Are you wondering how schools work in the United Kingdom and what life is like at school every day?
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The way teachers teach in the UK might be different from the ways teachers taught you in the past. For example:
EAL Nexus wants to share information with children and young people who speak English as an additional language (EAL).
Is your first language different from English? Do you speak one or more than one language other than English at home? If yes, then you are multilingual and this page has been written for you.
The British Council offers plenty of exciting games, puzzles, stories and activities online to improve your English. All of these activities are completely free to use and you can access them online whenever you like.
Are you a parent wondering how schools work in the UK and what your children do at school every day?
On these pages, there is information about how best to support your children, whether they are new to the school or are progressing through the education system. Some of the important ways you can do this are:
The British Council offers many websites to help you improve your English.
The following pages aim to give an overview of the regional and local context and background of migration in the UK and the different education systems in which international migrants will find themselves.
The EAL Nexus project is aiming to support and strengthen EAL networks across the UK by establishing partnerships with EAL experts and organisations and by supporting and creating platforms for discussions around EAL in the UK.
This section of the website introduces different aspects of provision for EAL learners at regional and local level.
You can read about different systems and processes that have been developed for supporting schools and teachers across local authorities in the four nations.