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This webinar will introduce new guidance on how to support learners using EAL through school transitions, and case studies of good practice.
This practical webinar will introduce the highlights of a new guidance document produced by The Bell Foundation on how to support learners using English as an Additional Language (EAL) through the school transition process. Concrete examples of the guidance in action will be provided through case studies of effective practice in supporting transitions from different schools and at different phases and stages.
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Ticket sales close 6 July 2023, 14:00 UK time.
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 Stanbrook is SEN / Inclusion Manager at Waulud Primary School and Nursery in Luton.
Laura Tarantini-Amor has been a teacher, SENDCo, head of department and leader in challenging secondary settings for 22 years. She is an MFL specialist in Spanish and an examiner for Edexcel. She also has an MA in Bilingual Learners in Urban Educational Settings, is a qualified SENDCo and a Specialist Assessor. She has authored a blog called EAL Made Easy and has delivered CPD in EAL best practice and pedagogy, SEND and the cross-over between learning and language acquisition needs. She currently works as an EAL&SEND Consultant for the Harris Federation and works across secondary and primary settings. Her great interest is the interplay between language and cognition, specifically around trauma and language development.
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