The Ethnic Minority, Gypsy, Roma and Traveller Achievement Service

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22nd January 19

SCARF 2 - A programme of work that can be used to tackle prejudice

A pack of lessons which address forms of prejudice including, but not limited to, disabilism, sexism, racism, Islamophobia and homophobia and can be incorporated into British Values, SMSC and PSHE areas of the curriculum across Key Stages 2, 3 and 4

NEW Talk Boost KS2 NEW

Talk Boost KS2 is a targeted intervention for children in Years 3, 4 and 5 who have delayed language development, aiming to boost their language skills to help them to catch up with their peers.


Out in September - Induction Pack for Pupils New to English

We have developed an induction pack to support schools with pupils who are new to English language:
- Lots of practical resources to save time
- Supports rapid progress in learning English
- Help staff confidence

  

Click the links below to read about the support and advice we offer to help schools raise the attainment of their ethnic minority pupils:

Newly arrived EAL learners; Training for staff around EAL strategies; Interpretation and translation; EAL learning and teaching resources

Issues of Attendance; Exclusion; Home-school links; Pupil mentoring

Curriculum resources to support learning and teaching in the classr

Talk Boost interventions for language delay

Are you a parent or young person looking for help or advice about school or education? Click here to find more.

  

Make a Referral for Support

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If you are ready to make a request for EAL support from the service, please use our EAL Referral Form which can be found under 'EAL' on the Schools' Portal.

To request advice or any other form of support, send an email to EMA Support Service <EMA.Support@lancashire.gov.uk>