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Here is a link to downloadable resources Play At Home in English and Polish. These resources have been developed by the NHS to encourage early development through play at home.
The NHS website says:
play@home activity sheets
Useful list of activities and games to use with any set of flashcards. These activities can be used with Induction packs at Primary or Secondary level, as an alternative to Big Bear Banter suggestions or to introduce new vocabulary for topics. Click on the image above to go to MES English Flashcards
Handy sheet for pupils to remind them of spelling rules in English.
Spelling Rules Keyring
Here is a list of useful websites for EAL pupils. You can search under the different levels of English, Primary, Secondary etc. If anyone has any sites that they think would be useful additions, please contact the EAL team to add them, thanks.
websites for EAL
The following links will give you an Induction Pack for secondary pupils who are new to English. There are flashcard links, games, activities and web links to practice and develop vocabulary learning. There are also QR codes for quick links to online activities.
Secondary Induction Pack
qr codes secondary
The following link takes you to an Induction Pack for P4-7 pupils. This is for pupils who are new to English and has flashcard links, stories and games. There are also QR codes that can be used for quick access to ICT support materials and games. These m,aterials are designed to be used with EAL Language Builder pack. For more information or support contact Rhona.firstname.lastname@example.org
Click on the links below to download.
P4_7 Induction Pack
qr codes 4-7
A number of key word lists in Arabic for different subjects
A number of resources in Arabic for newly arrived pupils
and some more complex instructions
EAL Profile Nursery
For pupils who are learning English as an additional language, please use this sheet to monitor English language development. This can be used to supplement information gained from the Overviews and is very helpful to pass onto schools.
For pupils at Stage 1, please use the Teddy Talk resource.
Contact the EAL team for training in Teddy Talk or if you have a concern about a pupil. Please attach a completed Profile (above).