This EAL education event will assess the current landscape of education for pupils with English as an Additional Language (EAL), examining the impact .. Read more of COVID-19 on pupil progress, evaluating and planning for further catch up activities. Sector leaders will share the latest research and policy-related updates as they explore with delegates how to enhance teaching and learning for pupils with EAL. Attendees will discuss successful methods for improving educational outcomes with outstanding school and local authority case studies, including through better data usage, engaging the local community in pupil progress and increasing development opportunities for staff to improve teaching techniques that better support EAL pupils. In addition, examining the latest research, attendees will explore the future direction of EAL. You’ll be able to create networking meet ups, access content on demand and use our new Q&A, chat functions and virtual polling tools. The chair will outline the key themes for the day, which will include policies and best practice around the catch-up period for pupils using EAL, following COVID-19, the longer-term vision for blended learning in relation to EAL, and how to ensure pupils are supported in line with their achievement potential. Led by sector experts, participants may join a discussion group around policies and funding related to EAL, or around the latest evidence and teaching practices, to boost support at a school-level.
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