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Welsh, Irish, Gaelic, Cornish, Manx, French, Norn, Shelta and Polari are all part of the fabric of the British Isles. France is home to Breton, Catalan, Basque, Italian, German and Dutch as well as French. Yet, all too often, multilingualism has been overlooked or marginalized in national policy and planning. The scale of population movement in the second half of the twentieth century has made it increasingly difficult to justify monolingual myopia. A language census carried out in London schools in the late 1980s showed that children spoke a total of 172 different languages.
We have also been able to use case studies of work conducted at Wellington Primary School in west London by Penny Kenway (1994). The community language schools included in the present study were chosen to represent a range of languages similar to those found in the mainstream Project schools. We observed and interviewed teachers and children in Urdu classes at the Ahmadiyya Muslim Women's Association; in Gujarati classes organized by the Brent Indian Association; in Bengali classes at the Darpan Bengali School; and Panjabi classes at the Ramgarhia Sabha Sunday School.
All the relevant information needs to be gathered several days in advance of the proposed 'mailing' date to allow sufficient time for translation. The use of other languages in written communications with parents sends important messages. However, we also need to remember that other cultures place greater emphasis on oral communication. 1 Front cover of 'Maths at home', a booklet written in Bengali and English to explain how parents can help with maths networks. Who are the important figures in the communities served by the school?
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