We are proud to welcome families from all over the world to Preston Park, we celebrate our diversity and speak over 45 different languages. Proudly, over 80% of us have English as an additional language.
Even though we cannot be with you right now, we are here and will keep this web page updated with the EAL learning resources that will enable you to help your child with learning English as an additional language.
Words we use for greetings and to get to know one another
Verbs are words used to describe an action, state or occurrence.
The different parts of the body
Pronouns and Sentence Building
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Substitution tables and writing frames
Substitution tables are a great tool used to assist children with sentence structure. There are many differences in the languages around the world. For example, in some language a determiner is not used, or an adjective comes after the noun. This is very challenging for our EAL learners when learning the English language, as well as developing an understanding of the different curriculum areas.
Substitution tables provide learners with a modelled sentence structure, in which they pick one option from each column – left to right – to create several sentences, using the set pattern. It is a very useful resource that supports the different stages of second language acquisition, language specific to different areas of the curriculum, as well as focusing on a specific area of grammar to ultimately promote independent learning.