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Excellence and Enjoyment: learning for bilingual children in the primary years   Excellence and Enjoyment: learning for bilingual children in the primary years
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In recent years significant progress has been made in raising standards for children in primary schools. Many individual children for whom English is an additional language are achieving impressive results. However, this is not true for all children who are learning EAL or learning through EAL. 
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These materials aim to help primary schools create the right environment for raising the achievement of children learning EAL and support all staff as they narrow the attainment gap between children learning EAL and their peers. The materials include four units providing context, points for reflection and suggestions for further reading, and eight professional development modules (PDMs) focusing on topics such as inclusion and the involvement of parents, carers and families.

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Teaching - General, EMA 
Age Relevance:
Life Long Learning 
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Kim Baker 
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