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Ethnic Minority Achievement Service - EMAS
EMAS is a team of specialist teachers, bilingual classroom assistants, Home/School liaison officers and Nursery Liaison workers. We support pupils who have English as an additional language in schools across Brighton & Hove.
We work with some pre-school children, primary and secondary aged children, in their own schools, in all areas of the curriculum. Some pupils are newly arrived in UK and new to English, others have been born here or been here for some time, but still need support in order to achieve their potential in school.
We also work with refugee pupils through our ERF phase 111 EU funded project.
We are currently updating our new website please visit pier2peer for more information.
To find out more about our service use the links below:
- our aims
- how do pupils get our support?
- our publications
- teaching materials
- how to contact us
- view or download the EMAS annual report 2005-2006 [MS Word 3.7mb]
- view or download the EMAS annual report 2006-2007 [pdf 88kb]
- view or download the EMAS annual report 2007-2008 [MS Word 3559kb
- view or download the EMAS Key Stage 4 protocol [pdf 19kb]
Do you want to use your language skills to work with children?
Contact us on EMASadmin@brighton-hove.gov.uk for opportunities for speakers of other languages to work for EMAS as bilingual assistants in pre-schools and schools.