Bath and North East Somerset, Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire are pleased to announce the launch of their new shared website www.emas4success.org
This is a specialist website aimed at supporting schools build their capacity in addressing the needs of minority ethnic children and young people and raise their attainment. It replaces the old Bristol EMAS website following changes in the EMA services for the four Authorities. There is now one service for Bristol and a consortium service for B&NES and North Somerset led by South Gloucestershire. The two EMA services are pleased to remain working in partnership on this shared project.
The website has been redesigned and reorganised to aid navigation. It has a wealth of materials, advice and links which are now organised into the following branches: Service Information
New to English
Whole school planning
Working with parents
Contacts and events
Useful websites and links
Recent additions include materials from the Black Bristolians’ teaching pack which was part of the Abolition 200 event, school audit tools based on National Strategy programmes to raise the attainment of Black and Bilingual pupils and many links to events and arts contributors from the minority ethnic groups in the local area.
Immediate plans include a notice board for schools and more curriculum based teaching materials
We hope you find our new website useful and enjoyable and look forward to hearing your comments.
Judith Longstreth Judith.firstname.lastname@example.org
Head of Service
South Gloucestershire Consortium EMAS
EMA Advisor/Head of EMAT
Bristol Ethnic Minority Achievement Team (EMAT)
Bristol Education Centre
Tel: 0117 903 1365
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