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SCARF 2 - A programme of work that can be used to tackle prejudice

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PBL200 £50.00
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Ethnic Minority Achievement

PLEASE NOTE: This publication is free to schools in Lancashire, Blackpool & Blackburn with Darwen, if you are ordering for one of these schools, please email your order to lpds@lancashire.gov.uk rather than order online so we can discount the charge.

A pack of lessons originally developed as part of the SCARF (Schools Citizenship / Cohesion Anti-Racism and Football) School linking project which used football as the vehicle for engaging young people from Key Stages 2, 3 and 4 in anti-racism and multicultural education.

They have been updated to allow consideration of other forms of prejudice including, but not limited to, disabilism, sexism, Islamophobia and homophobia and can be incorporated into British Values, SMSC and PSHE areas of the curriculum across Key Stages 2, 3 and 4

Optional add-on packages which include access to training and support for delivery can be purchased at an additional cost. Please contact EM/GRT Support to discuss your requirements:  ema.support@lancashire.gov.uk

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Schools.


EAL? SEN and EAL? Steps to determine need.

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PBL201 £50.00
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Ethnic Minority Achievement

This resource will provide schools with a guide to help them ensure that their EAL learners receive the necessary support and that their EAL pupils who are not making expected progress reach their full potential. It will give a clear framework that will help schools put in place appropriate support for EAL learners and uncover any underlying problems that an EAL learner may be experiencing.

This includes: Learning Environment, teaching and learning strategies for EAL pupils, Suggestions for Assessment for EAL learners along with other helpful advice and checklists.

 Please note that these suggestions are not intended to provide any kind of diagnosis of SEND. For a fuller diagnosis of individual needs you will need to work through the formal channels involving an Educational Psychologist.

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Schools.


Meeting the needs of EAL Learners with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

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PBL202 £25.00
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Ethnic Minority Achievement

This resource has been developed to help staff in schools meet the needs of EAL learners, who have special educational needs and disabilities. It is intended to be an 'ideas bank' and it will help staff ensure they meet the needs of ALL the learners. Teachers and SENCOs can use these suggestions to plan provision for specific pupils or to audit their overall provision.

The first part of the booklet includes suggestions for all EAL learners with SEND. The second part includes suggestions for specific categories of need:

  • Moderate learning difficulties
  • Autism
  • Severe Learning difficulties
  • Sensory impairment
  • Specific Learning difficulties
  • Social Emotional and Mental Health

 Please note that these suggestions are not intended to provide any kind of diagnosis of SEND. For a fuller diagnosis of individual needs you will need to work through the formal channels involving an Educational Psychologist.

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Schools.


SEN and EAL? and Meeting the needs of EAL Learners with SEND Publication Package

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PBL203 £65.00
Subject to VAT where applicable
Ethnic Minority Achievement

This package offers both the 'EAL? SEN and EAL? Steps to determine need' and 'Meeting the needs of EAL Learners with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities' publication at a reduced combined cost of £65.

EAL? SEN and EAL? Steps to determine need

This resource will provide schools with a guide to help them ensure that their EAL learners receive the necessary support and that their EAL pupils who are not making expected progress reach their full potential. It will give a clear framework that will help schools put in place appropriate support for EAL learners and uncover any underlying problems that an EAL learner may be experiencing.

This includes: Learning Environment, teaching and learning strategies for EAL pupils, Suggestions for Assessment for EAL learners along with other helpful advice and checklists.

 Please note that these suggestions are not intended to provide any kind of diagnosis of SEND. For a fuller diagnosis of individual needs you will need to work through the formal channels involving an Educational Psychologist.

Meeting the needs of EAL Learners with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

This resource has been developed to help staff in schools meet the needs of EAL learners, who have special educational needs and disabilities. It is intended to be an 'ideas bank' and it will help staff ensure they meet the needs of ALL the learners. Teachers and SENCOs can use these suggestions to plan provision for specific pupils or to audit their overall provision.

The first part of the booklet includes suggestions for all EAL learners with SEND. The second part includes suggestions for specific categories of need:

  • Moderate learning difficulties
  • Autism
  • Severe Learning difficulties
  • Sensory impairment
  • Specific Learning difficulties
  • Social Emotional and Mental Health

 Please note that these suggestions are not intended to provide any kind of diagnosis of SEND. For a fuller diagnosis of individual needs you will need to work through the formal channels involving an Educational Psychologist.

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Schools.


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