Home, Heritage and Community Languages - portal hosted by ALL with a special focus on languages used or taught at home or within community or faith settings.
EAL Journal - NALDIC's termly magazine of practice, research and activism.
VirtuLApp - video demonstrating tools and resources to embrace multilingualism in class.
Lost Wor(l)ds - a website full of activities and ideas to help encourage and facilitate multilingualism.
Creative Language Practices - this website explores translanguaging in pedagogical contexts and beyond.
The Bell Foundation - the organisation has produced guidance for schools on working with parents to support the learning of pupils who use EAL.
Mother Tongues - parents are encouraged to be language ambassadors and a resource for the multilingual classroom.
Multilingual Learning Toolkit - ways to welcome and engage families of multilingual learners as active partners in their child's learning.
The Fable Cottage - bilingual tales for language learners.
Strategies for home language maintenance - this YouTube video features bilingual parents sharing their strategies to keep up the home language with children of different ages.
Bilingualism Matters - resources on bilingualism and language learning from Bilingualism Matters branches and partners around the world.
All the World is Our Stage - a journey that every school can take to enhance relationships between parents, pupils and educators, raise awareness of the benefits of multilingualism and engage in creative language learning.
Mother Tongue Other Tongue (MTOT) - the multilingual poetry competition celebrates linguistic and cultural diversity through creative writing, and showcases the many languages spoken and learned by young people in school and at home.
You and Me Let's Talk - booklet containing useful phrases in Polish, Latvian, Irish, Lithuanian and Portuguese for Early Years settings.
EAL Highland - a range of resources to support bilingual learners of English in Highland schools.
Beginning EAL - a set of 16 topic-based workbooks providing practical, easy to use resources which support English language work in the classroom, along with a guide for teachers new to teaching EAL learners.
Little Owls Resources - free dual-language printables for Early Years.
Language Mats - a range of downloadable language mats in various languages to help students learn every day language of the classroom.
BBC Sport - clip about a deaf father's struggle going to the gym, but he's now being taught fitness through sign language by his daughter.