Welcome to ESOL 2019

Our ESOL classes start on Monday, 18 February and we are back in room 20:)

# All learners needing ESOL assistance will receive at least 2 lessons per week and some learners will receive 3 lessons per week. 

# Parents are encouraged to speak English with their children at home for at least a half hour, as this will help your children reinforce what they have learnt in class.

# Encourage your children to read English books, watch English educational programmes & visit the local library.

# Learners are welcome to take reading books home from the ESOL class, which are to be returned within a week.  

# You are welcome to contact me via email or pop into the classroom.

TOPIC for TERM 4 = ENVIRONMENT

Our topic for TERM 4 is all about the ENVIRONMENT. Below are some of the books we are reading in class.
Videos will be downloaded later this term with students' Inquiry Work.



                                               NEW CLASSROOM FOR ESOL

                   We have moved to a bigger and warmer room (J2) at the back of the library.


Year 3 READING with UNDERSTANDING

Athu, Jooa, Amy G, Peter and Tale


Matthew, Hyeon Seong, Charmone, Jacen, Zion, Peter and Tale


ESOL BUSY BEES

Y1 designing a book


Y1/2 designing a book

Y5/6 hard at work

WHO ARE WE?
We are students who come from diverse groups where languages other than English are used at home or in the community. We are bilingual and multilingual students representing an increasing proportion of our school population.