Support for students from non-English speaking backgrounds

The English as an Additional Language or Dialect program provides support for students of non-English speaking backgrounds and their families at schools and new arrivals centres. The program helps students to access the curriculum in mainstream education through:

  • language and literacy support
  • bilingual support
  • community support through community liaison officers
  • educational psychology support
  • interpreting and translating services.

For information on these types of support and how to access them please contact the English as an Additional Language or Dialect team:

Phone: 8463 5914

Related information

On this site

People from non-English speaking backgrounds
Early childhood education and care
Ethnic schools
Financial assistance

Other websites

Migrant services - Education - Multicultural SA
Australian Migrant Resource Centre

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