We recognise that some of our children are bilingual and try to capitalise on this advantage so that it contributes to the all round development of the child’s self-esteem and abilities. We are supported in this by specialist staff and resources, which reflect the languages, culture and beliefs of all our children.
'Specialist intensive teaching for pupils who speak English as an additional language supports... learning well and enables them to make good progress.' (Ofsted, March 2017)
Progress and attainment for children with English as an additional language remains a strength of the school. Look at the following charts for how well they actually do:
EAL- evidencing the impact (Academic year of 2017-18)