Information for Schools on English for Speakers of Other Languages




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Information for Schools on English for Speakers of Other Languages 1

ESOL Resourcing 1

Criteria for funding 1

Funding Rates 2

Applying for Funding 2

Payment Procedures 2

Verification 2

Supporting Ministry Initiatives 2

Supporting Ministry Publications 3

Applying for ESOL Funding Using the ESOL Application Form (ESOL/AP) 4

Making an Application for ESOL Funding 4

Lists of Countries, Ethnicity, and Languages 5

Assessing Students Using the ESOL Assessment Form (ESOL/AF) 10

The Assessment Form ESOL/AF 11

Instructions for completing the Assessment Form ESOL/AF 11

Guidelines for Using the Funding 11

Using the ESOL Funding 11

In-class teacher support 11

In-class teacher aide/language assistant support 12

Teaching in small ESOL groups 12

Bilingual resource people 13

Extra resources 13

How to create a supportive classroom environment 13

How to help students to increase their achievement levels in subject areas 14

References 14

References for Assessment 15

Refugee Students in New Zealand Schools 15

How do refugees enter New Zealand ? 15

The Refugee Education Policy 15

Making Application for Refugee Funding 15

Recent arrival refugee groups coming into New Zealand schools 16

Afghanistan 16

Ethiopia 16

Iraq 16

Myanmar/Burma 16

Somalia 16

Sudan 16

Integrating Refugee Students into Schools in New Zealand 16

The Refugee Experience 16

The Consequences 17

Meeting the Needs of Refugee Students 17

Provide bilingual support 17

Build in predictability 17

Provide what refugee students themselves say is necessary 17

Establish Links with the Families and Communities 18

Seek Specialist Support 18

Additional Information 18

Ministry of Education guidelines for the identification of students eligible for refugee funding 18

A Quota refugees 19

B Refugees who have come under Family Reunification 19

C Asylum Seekers 19

Contact Details for Refugee Education Co-ordinators 19

Contacts 19

National Migrant, Refugee and International Education Team 2008 19

Regional Migrant and Refugee Education Contacts 2008 20

Northern – Eden 5 Building, 12 – 15 Normanby Road, Mt Eden, Auckland 20

University of Auckland– TEAM Solutions 20

Information for Schools on English for Speakers of Other Languages


Many schools have students from diverse cultural and language backgrounds. These students may be refugees, new migrants or students from migrant families born in New Zealand. They all bring diversity that adds richness to a school’s learning environment.

Migrant families have come from many different regions of the world including:

  • The Pacific Islands (such as the Cook Islands, Samoa, Tonga, Fiji);

  • North Asia (such as China, Hong Kong, South Korea, Taiwan);

  • South East Asia (such as Thailand, Cambodia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Indonesia);

  • South Asia (such as India, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan);

  • The Middle East (such as Iran, Iraq, Turkey, Egypt);

  • Africa (such as Ethiopia, Sudan, Somalia, South Africa);

  • Europe (such as Bosnia, Croatia, the Netherlands).

Many students have English language learning needs. Where these needs are identified, state and state integrated schools are required, under the National Administration Guidelines, to make adequate and effective provision for learning for success. This is supported by the statement in the draft The New Zealand Curriculum Framework (2006): “Their teachers must combine the teaching of content with the explicit teaching of English vocabulary, word forms, sentence and text structures, and language uses and must clarify the specialist language used in each learning area.” The Ministry of Education’s Literacy and Numeracy Strategy supports English language learners and the Pasifika students are targeted in the Ministry’s Pasifika Education Plan.

Funds are available for ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) programmes to support students who come from backgrounds other than English. Such programmes build on the students’ language skills and provide a bridge, enabling students to participate in the mainstream. While not all English language learners are involved in ESOL programmes, they may still need support with the academic language of the classroom.
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