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Raising Standards Through the Mentoring of Young People

How to use mentoring as a powerful tool to enable students to realise their potential

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Suitable for: Subject leaders, teachers and teaching assistants who want to help raise attainment through mentoring.

Phases suitable for:

  • Secondary
  • Further Education

Course Reference: 7542WW
Price: £299.00 + VAT or hold in-house
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Young people growing up in western societies have to deal with a rapidly-changing social world. These changes have their greatest effect on the young people who are most poorly equipped to deal with them. Trained mentors can play an important role in helping young people to raise standards, tackle and learn from failure and create a new culture of opportunity and success.

  • What works – factors that can improve the effectiveness of mentoring
  • How mentoring works best in schools and colleges
  • Screening prospective mentors
  • Academic and pastoral mentoring
  • Structured activities for mentors and protégés
  • Mentoring as a part of a whole-school approach to raising attainment

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