New resources added last month include…

UK Flag Colouring mat for Geography or Art – Basque, Belarusian, Bengali, Catalan, Chinese, Corsican, Chechen, Cornish, Czech, English still more to come.


Colour me in UK flag.

Colour me in UK flag.

Thank You cards – Latvian, Lithuanian, Lojban, Luganda, Luxembourgish, Macedonian, Malay, Malayalam, Manx, Mauritian Creole, Navajo, Ndbele, Marathi, Mongolian, Nepali, Norwegian, Occitan, Pashto, Persian, Portuguese, Punjabi, Quechua, Romanian, Rapanui, Russsian, Samoan, Sardinian, Scottish Gaelic, Serbian, Sesotho, Shona, Sindarin, Sinhala, Slovak, Slovenian, Somali, Sorbian, Spanish, Sranan, Stellingwharfs, Tagalog, Tahitian, Tamil, Telugu, Tigrynia, Tok Pisin, Tongan, Tswana, Turkish, Ukranian, Urdu, Valencian, Venetian, Vietnamese, Voro, Walloon, Welsh, Xhosa, Xitsonga, Yappese, Yiddish, Yoruba, Zazaki and Zulu that’s 137 different languages in total.
Mothers Day Card – colour in yourself for either Art, PSHE or Early Years in Albanian, Arabic, Czech, Dutch, Filipino, German Italian, Kurdish, Lithuanian, Malayalam, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Somali, Spanish, Tamil, Turkish, Welsh, Polish.
Parts of a plant 5 page Assessment and worksheets for Science in Arabic, Bengali, Chinese Cantonese, Chinese Mandarin, Czech, English, French, German, Gujarati, Hebrew, Italian and more to come. Good for differentiation.
Easter Card and Teacher Information to support Art and RE in Arabic, Armenian, Aromanian, Bengali, Basque, Belarusian, Bikol with more to come.

Just to mention a few.  P.S. when in the library – Don’t forget to go to the bottom and scroll along to see more pages or double click on blue outside box to expand. Also it is sorted alphabetically starting with capital A , and then again further along with lower case a.


Free Toucan magazine

OFSTED judgements v EMASUK

OFSTED judgements v EMASUK


Toucan is now available in your inbox if you have subscribed to it or  download and choose our free teacher magazine. To subscribe email . Here are some highlights from the newest magazine.

Country of the month information

Country of the month information

Every magazine has a different country of the month with information which is good for Geography and  PSHE as well as for wall displays and background information for teachers.




Every magazine has a quick quiz  (with the answers), a free teaching resource as well as a faith calendar .


Mothering sunday

Mothering sunday

Useful information to save you researching. This time its about Mothering Sunday good for RE and Early Years teachers but it has been on many other traditions and cultures to develop our own understanding of different cultures.

If you would like to subscribe send your name, school and email to


This months New Resource Sheets

Designed to be a starting point for schools when they have new arrivals before personalisation can happen using the talking tools the resource vault is an invaluable resource. This month we have uploaded to the Education resource vault.

Continents Poster for Geography in Bengali, Chinese Cantonese, Chinese Mandarin, Dutch, English, French, German, Gujarati, Hebrew, Italian, Kurdish, Latvian, Nepali, Romanian, Slovak, Somali, Spanish, Swahili, Turkish and Urdu

Food Chains producers to consumers – a poster showing the different types of producers and consumers for learning in science arenas. These can now be found in the resource vault choose by subject, then choose Science and look for the languages you need or alternatively choose one of the languages below and find it under Food chains producers to consumers. The languages are; Bengali, Chinese Cantonese, Chinese Mandarin, Czech, Dutch, English, French, German, Gujarati, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Kurdish, Latvian, Lithuanian, Malay, Nepali, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Somali, Spanish, Turkish and Urdu.

Human Body Workbook – A workbook for teachers to choose the pages that are relevant to them spanning various levels and depth. Ideal for Science and PE with posters and activities to complete. The first languages available are Latvian, Polish, Urdu.

Maths resource sheets – a small booklet showing maths basics shapes and number in the following languages; Bengali, Cornish, Estonian, Finnish, Romanian, Slovak, Slovene and Welsh.

Welcome Booklet – great for new arrivals for teachers to personalise by using the pages suitable for their school. Starting with the school details and times, information about the staff and a timetable, School uniform with a choice of colours red, blue, green and yellow. It moves onto the PE Kit, Food in school and eating healthily and safety information. New languages uploaded are; Chinese Cantonese, Chinese Mandarin, Hungarian, Kurdish, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Turkish and Urdu. They can be found under PSHE

Storyboards for literacy – a mix of rhymes to support children’s literacy development in two more additional languages German and Latvian can now be found in the PSHE part of the resource vault.

And finally Environment types for Geography in Gujarati to complement the other languages already available.

Get all these and more for £129.00 per year.  No additional payments for monthly updates.

Contact us at or 0845 009 4939 for more details or current offers.

Improve sales by understanding your clients socio-economic and cultural backgrounds.

Knowledge Share - Albanian

Knowledge Share – Albanian

Our unique knowledge shares saves time on individuals researching for themselves to be able to use for clients, learners or patients.

Everything you need to start on one page.

For Businesses

It supports you by advising how to address your clients, the language spoken and religions. Together with this it gives information re. Climate and natural terrains.  This is useful if you are visiting the country and also for market research pre-business meeting so that you are aware of how your product may be marketed in the country as well as the sorts of things that would affect the people e.g. it no good marketing skiing products if there are no slopes to ski on, or no good selling a earthquake devices if there are no earthquakes. On the other hand you could find the next country or those around it have similar terrain etc. thus opening up that market to you.

For Health service Providers

Understanding where a patient comes from gives the health care professional the opportunity to tailor conversations, treatments and access to their individual needs.  For example understanding the religions of the country means that they are aware if the patient arrives there may be a major Muslim population which helps in finding the appropriate foods and time for prayer. In other cases understanding climates can often result in understanding the foods and types of foods that the patients is used to eating.

Understanding the climate opens up an investigative channel that can result in tropical disease being more readily easily to accept than perhaps for a native UK resident. This is important for the doctor as understanding that TB is limited in the UK but prevalent in certain countries allows the health care professional to make the relevant investigations and help early diagnosis.


Understanding where the migrant population has come from in any country is important, for example, in Germany there is a large Turkish population that needs to be supported, the knowledge shares give educators in any country a brief background on the people that they have attending their schools and the option of providing more tailored support because of it.

For educators we also have a free help sheet in the resource vault to support you use of the Knowledge shares.

For more information contact us today +44 845 009 4939

This may seem impossible but in the EMAS UK resource library there is a 60 second synopsis on every country in the world. There’s also 200 languages of curriculum, PSHE and teacher resources. All of this for £129, £49 until the end of March.

To be able to access all this printable data call Debbie Mills on 0845 009 49 39 and purchase today. Don’t forget to ask for your free helpsheet.

Sharing how we use EMASUK 2

I received a lovely email today from Diana asking if I could share this information.  I am only happy to do so that all users can benefit and get greater use out of their tools and resources. Diana asked for a copy of the help sheet mentioned in the monthly e-zine which we duly sent her and this was her response.

I love the idea that the Humanities department are also using the resources to benefit their children. It doesn’t have to only be used by EAL  or MFL departments it can be used across the curriculum, and this is the way that both John and I forsaw it being used when we first discussed the concept.

If you would also like a free copy of the ezine or our special Christmas present of  individual teacher membership and access to the resource vault for £49.00 (ex vat) instead of the usual £129 then contact or 0845 009 4939. 

Hi Liz

Thank you so much for the information you sent it has been very useful. The first impressions sheet particularly has been a great source of information. In the Humanities department of my school on the notice board each month I will display a Country of the Month. The information on the sheet can be used to promote a different country. My school is a predominately white middle-class school the notice board can give the students an opportunity to learn about different  countries and their cultures.

Many thanks


If you have any suggestions for teachers sharing how you use any of the EMAS tools or resources please comment or like Diana email me at