EMAS - Ethnic Minority Achievement Service
We are proud to have EMAS based at Fairlight. EMAS supports pupils who have English as an additional language in schools across Brighton & Hove. EMAS is a team of specialist teachers, teaching assistants, bilingual liaison workers and home school liaison workers. We work with pre-school, primary and secondary aged children, in their own schools.
Getting support from EMAS
Every private, voluntary and independent pre school and nursery can refer to EMAS. Bilingual support is available for 2, 3 and 4-year-old children who have a funded place.
Usually schools refer pupils to EMAS. Sometimes EMAS home school liaison or bilingual liaison workers will refer a child. Other professionals like health visitors and speech and language therapists also refer children to EMAS.
Parents and carers are welcome to contact us if they have any questions.
To find out more about us, please use one of the links below:
- Languages EMAS supports
- Support for parents and carers
- EMAS training in the City Early Years and Childcare programme (CEYC)
- Working for EMAS
The Ethnic Minority Achievement Service (EMAS) supports pupils who have English as an additional language in schools across Brighton & Hove. EMAS is a team of specialist teachers, teaching assistants, bilingual liaison workers and home school liaison workers. Language available include:
Please contact us if you need support with a language that is not listed above at the address below:
EMAS (Ethnic Minority Achievement Service)
St Leonard’s Road
Te: 01273 292521
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Click here to find out more about how EMAS supports children in Brighton and Hove.