A message from Yvonne Foley, NALDIC Chair
NALDIC is the national subject association for English as an additional language (EAL). Our mission is to promote the effective teaching and learning of EAL and bilingual pupils in UK schools. We provide a welcoming, professional forum to learn more about EAL and bilingual learners.
online shop - Check out our online shop to see our many specialist publications written by experts in the field.
Members' Resources area - Members can download most of our publications for free from the Members' Resources area - remember to sign in first otherwise the publications will not display! - Join us now!
EAL-Bilingual Google Group - We also run the lively and informative EAL-Bilingual Google Group where you can post queries and discuss issues with other people involved in EAL (click on the speech bubble icon below to see the latest postings!) . It is a closed list so if you would like to join please send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org If you experience any difficulty joining, we suggest you set up a Gmail account, which should resolve the problem or send an email to email@example.com who will be able to add you directly.
Regional Interest Groups - NALDIC also runs Regional Interest Groups for our members up and down the country - why not get involved locally with yours?
NALDIC training - We offer a variety of NALDIC training opportunities complemented by the work of consultants on our NALDIC Associate Members Directory. So, if you are looking for a trainer, see what we have to offer.
Events Calendar - If you are looking for a training event then check out our Events Calendar.
Annual conference We also recommend attending our annual conference. Our most recent conference was on 14th November 2015 at Kings College, London and was about EAL Assessment.
EAL research - We promote EAL research, understanding and best practice and promote plurilingualism within our multilingual society. Our website is full of information about EAL and EAL learners.
Please use the website search engine at the top right corner of this page to find more information.
Find out more about us and our work