Language for Results International Launch (9.00am UTC+1)
- 21 September 2022
Parental guidance flyers on ‘Helping Children Learn’ and ‘About the English Education System’ are now available in 22 languages including Ukrainian.
This webinar will launch the Foundation’s Language for Results International Programme of professional learning and EAL accreditation aimed at enhancing EAL provision in international schools.
This webinar will mark the launch of The Bell Foundation’s Language for Results International Programme of professional learning and EAL accreditation aimed at the international school sector. This short presentation will introduce participants to the online training courses and resources offered. It will also explore how these tools can help enhance EAL provision in an international education context and how they can dovetail with existing professional learning offerings to improve whole-school EAL provision.
Participants will learn about the Accreditation by Language for Results International (ALFRI), which is the Foundation’s new EAL accreditation scheme. ALFRI has been designed to help schools to evaluate, develop and showcase their EAL provision. There will be opportunities to hear from individuals and schools who have already participated in this programme and to ask questions.
This event is aimed at primary school staff in international schools, 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: email@example.com
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.
Ticket sales end Wednesday 21 September at 12.00pm UK time.
Important Notice: there are only two websites authorised to promote and take bookings for this event run by The Bell Foundation. These are: The Bell Foundation’s website and Eventbrite. Please do not book, or express interest in, this event through any other website.
Tutors are experienced teacher educators with substantial experience of teaching and assessing learners who use EAL in relevant contexts. Tutors are trained e-moderators and offer friendly, practical specialist support to all participants throughout the webinar.