|Mrs H Flavin||Head of Department / Head of SEN|
|Ms B Jastrzab||Teacher|
|Mrs S Hunter||Teaching Assistant|
The department monitors English as an Additional Language (EAL) student language targets. We also provide effective language support in classes, in our after school homework club and literacy club. In addition, we organise various internal and external community activities including trips to SOAS University, Harry Potter World, History through Culture events, Christmas luncheon, Culture Fest. Our Student Volunteer Programme also supports local communities by hosting volunteer outreach programmes to help others in their communities such as our Food and Clothes Christmas collection for St Gabriel’s Community Centre.Learning Support Programme:
Languages Challenge Celebration
SOAS University runs a competition to encourage the use of students’ Mother Tongues. Two teams of five students from years 8-10 have taken part in this competition this academic year from October to May and both teams have produced five tasks (including science experiments, programming, story telling and travel writing) which will be celebrated at SOAS university in June.
Culture Fest – week beginning July 2nd 2018.
St. Aloysius' celebrates the cultural diversity and talent of the school with music, dance and food from around the world. Work from different subject areas across the academic year will also be on display for parents to view.
PGL Trip to Liddington HallOur annual PGL trip for a group of 21 students will take place on the last three days of the summer term to assist the learning of communication skills and team work.
During AP4 week, EAL students will sit a Language Proficiency exam, separate from their English exams to their proficiency level in the English language. Students will then receive targets which they can work towards during all of their lessons across the school.
Community Language Exams
As always, many (52 this year) students will sit their GCSE, AS or A2 examinations in May and June in their native tongue. This year, students are taking exams in: Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, French, Greek, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Turkish.
History through Culture Celebrations
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