Resources

The Bell Foundation offers a comprehensive range of resources to support English as an Additional Language (EAL) and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) teaching and development in UK and international schools and colleges, and the UK criminal justice system.

These resources are designed to develop the knowledge and skills of everyone who works with English language learners.  They have been created by EAL and ESOL experts and have been tried and tested within relevant settings. The resources aim to improve the outcomes for children, young people, communities, offenders and victims of crime who use EAL.

Please select a programme from the panel below and then use the search and filter function on the left-hand side to refine the resource options.

Prison ESOL Screening Tool for Speaking and Listening

The Bell Foundation has developed an English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Screening Tool for use as part of the induction process in prisons.

Assessment Framework – EYFS (Language for Results International)

This resource includes links to the Foundation's award-winning EAL Assessment Framework for Schools, digital EAL Assessment Tracker for use in EYFS settings and A Guide for International Users

Assessment Framework – Primary (Language for Results International)

This resource includes links to the Foundation's award-winning EAL Assessment Framework for Schools, Support Strategies, digital EAL Assessment Tracker for use in primary settings and A Guide for International Users

Assessment Framework – Secondary (Language for Results International)

This resource includes links to the Foundation's award-winning EAL Assessment Framework for Schools, Support Strategies, digital EAL Assessment Tracker for use in secondary settings and A Guide for International Users

Macbeth Act 3

This work pack is intended to support beginner EAL learners to access Act 3 of Macbeth when being studied as a class text.

Macbeth Act 2

This work pack is intended to support beginner EAL learners to access Act 2 of Macbeth when being studied as a class text.

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