Special Educational Needs - English as an Additional Language - Aberdeen City Council
Record Number: 3144
Phone: 01224 261717Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://acceal.org.uk/
The English as an Additional Language (EAL) Service provides services to schools for bilingual children whose first language is other than English and caters for a United Nations in terms of nationalities, with an age range of pupils from 5 to 18 years.
Support for children for whom English is an additional language has been established in Aberdeen City since 1972 and all schools are advised of the work of the EAL Service.
Most EAL support is delivered peripatetically.
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As well as direct EAL teaching, the service offers consultation and advice on management and teaching approaches, and can also lend a small amount of suitable materials according to the stage and age of the child and the resources of the school.
Area Covered: Aberdeen
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri: 8.45am-3.30pm
Referral: Headteachers should contact the EAL Service directly for initial assessment and consultation.
Unescorted taxi transport is provided for the children who attend beginners' groups at the EAL Service base.
Contacts & Addresses
Headteacher (Acting): Carole Simpson
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