Explore our policy recommendations for breaking down language barriers
in schools, adult education, and the criminal justice system.
This webinar launches new guidance and strategies for the classroom that work alongside the Foundation’s EAL Assessment Framework.
Due to high demand, we have added this additional date for our ‘Guidance and strategies to support learners using EAL’ webinar; the session on 28 September is now sold out.
The Bell Foundation is excited to launch brand new guidance and strategies for the classroom which will replace the existing classroom strategies for primary and secondary.
The webinar will be suitable for both English as an Additional Language (EAL) specialists and classroom/subject teachers, providing an overview of the new guidance and strategies and exploring how they can be most effectively used to support curriculum-related language development in mainstream classrooms.
The guidance will be launched in the webinar, or you can sign up to the newsletter to receive it in your inbox.
School staff working at primary and secondary level, including:
If you have any questions that specifically relate to the webinar topic which you would like answered during the live session you can send them to: firstname.lastname@example.org
If the webinar is full, please complete the wait list form and you will be contacted if a place becomes available. Everyone on the wait list will be sent a copy of the webinar recording.
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Ticket sales close at 4:00pm (UK time) on 3 October.
Sarah Moodie has worked as a trainer for The Bell Foundation since February 2021. She has over 30 years of experience in a range of ELT settings including language schools, secondary schools, local education authorities and a UK university. She has also been a mainstream teacher. Sarah has an MA in Applied Linguistics as well as an ESOL focused PGCE (secondary) and two postgraduate diplomas. Sarah is one of the authors of the updated guidance and support strategies document.
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