Language rich

Supporting EAL learners

According to Elly Tobin. the needs of learners in international schools have changed dramatically over recent years and at Consilium we have seen a shift from school populations being largely English speaking expats to host national students with limited inital English proficiency seeking an international education through the medium of English.

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Enhance primary learning

Enrichment activities for children

Leah Davies reminds us that schools have an opportunity to enhance children’s social and emotional growth, as well as their academic knowledge. The following activities foster self-understanding, positive peer interaction, initiative, and, of course, learning.

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Why poetry?

Five skills your students will learn by studying poetry

According to Helen Bell, poetry is not always given the prominence it deserves in English lessons. In fact, she argues, thinking about poetry provides significant learning opportunities for students of all ages. Here are her “top five” skills that poetry can develop.

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