Our mentors have the knowledge, advice, and resources to meet the varying needs of the pupil that includes choices, aspirations, guidelines, motivation, emotional support and modelling in a safe environment.
Their overall role is to promote the growth and development to improve pupils learning and attainment, and serve as support to meet the aims and objectives of the teacher, and the school.
Consider these seven key qualities that can help you become an effective mentor.
Year round Motor-based Learning activities comprising of sport and positive activities to engage at risk young people at key times.
Personal and social development sessions to help pupil’s overcome behavioural, educational and lifestyle problems and build self-confidence, communication skills and aspirations.
Motor-based Learning can support pupil’s engagement with education, their attainment and transition to work. Positive outcomes for young people include improvements in behaviour, engagement, attainment and progression.
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