Bilingual Support Workers

Bilingual Support Workers

 

Imagine how it feels to join a new school but not understand what your teacher is saying in class, or what the head is talking about at assembly or what the other children are calling in the playground. Imagine this is your son and you can’t explain to teacher that he is scared, or is a gifted musician or is struggling with maths. The Bilingual support workers are able to bridge that gap for parents and children who are new to English. They can support bilingual children in reaching their potential and showing what they can really do. Bilingual support workers help our bilingual pupils access the curriculum, improve their use of English and provide pastoral support.

The Bilingual Support Workers also run a bilingual Induction program for new arrivals- you can book inductions by emailing us. 

Our bilingual support workers speak Polish, Romanian, Russian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Arabic, Hebrew, Bulgarian, German and Slovak. They are all highly qualified and experienced. As well as supporting individual pupils and their families they can deliver presentations for children, and insets for school staff on a range of topics varying from Using Persona Dolls to teach children about Islam, to Festivals Celebrated in Lithuania.

Resources

Bilingual Support Worker Agreement

Related Content & Resources

Using an Interpreter

Advice for schools

It is crucial that the BSW continues to regularly liaise with parents and staff.

SENCO at Cullompton Community College

comment about our Bilingual Support Work

Contact us to find out more
Scroll to top