This short post is a call for action! There’s a fantastic CPD programme being developed with major funding behind it – the sort of thing we’ve been crying out for. They’re short a few participants, though, so please do read on and get involved with brilliant, free (with paid release from teaching!!) CPD. Our innovative new CPD… Continue reading Literacy for Achievement
There are a lot of teacher-research events happening this week, and we’ll be writing every day to share the findings and resources with you. First is Kamil Trzebiatowski, reporting from this weekend’s ResearchED Language conference in Oxford. Watch this space – for the next few days we’ll be reporting conferences and events around the country. ResearchED… Continue reading ResearchED Language – conference report
ReWrite is a London-based charity that aims to break down barriers of prejudice and racism through drama and creative writing. This post, by Farha Bi, builds on her experience of running Creative ESOL with EAL pupils in London schools. Rewrite has been working with young people since 2000 to improve English literacy and language skills as well as… Continue reading Creative ESOL for EAL
Kamil Trzebiatowski is an EAL Coordinator in Hull. In this guest post, he writes about his experiences of trying to adapt his school’s EAL assessment to the new EAL stages of proficiency.