Leading a Whole-School Strategy for EAL (Online Course)
- 16 January 2024
- Online course
Explore our policy recommendations for breaking down language barriers
in schools, adult education, and the criminal justice system.
It raised interesting topics and helped me to more clearly understand my role as an EAL co-ordinator. It gave me a lot of ideas about directions to take in the future, and the confidence to train teachers to use EAL strategies in the classroom.
The Bell Foundation’s professional development courses and session materials have been designed by a group of EAL specialist teacher education experts. They are informed by up-to-date research evidence from the fields of EAL, Multilingual Education, Educational Research and Second Language Teacher Education. They have been piloted successfully in different school contexts in the UK and are subject to rigorous quality assurance and external evaluation processes.
The approach underpinning the courses draws on robust research into the design features of impactful teachers’ Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
The Bell Foundation professional development courses:
Courses are designed to form part of an integrated whole-school approach rather than as isolated events that are thematically disconnected. There are a range of courses available to address the professional learning needs of all school staff, from senior leaders to Teaching Assistants. They offer pathways for development across a teacher’s career.
|Senior Leaders||Middle Leaders||Class Teachers Inc. RQT/ NQT||Subject Teachers||Teaching Assistants||EAL Co-ordinators||Front line staff (including administrators and caterers)|
Professional development courses are taught using three different learning environments to offer participants flexibility in time and place:
Professional development courses are available at various locations across England including Birmingham, Boston, Cambridge, Leeds, London and Luton.
97% recommendation rate for training across the EAL Programme.
An excellent session about the ways of supporting EAL pupils. For example, the importance of finding out about what a school is doing already. I had the opportunity to hear from others about their settings and to share good practise.
To find out more about forthcoming courses, please visit the Events and Training page.