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Mentoring

Opportunities to mentor Lower School students will be regularly promoted in the Sixth Form. Students will be signing up to provide subject support within the classroom, in sport/music or perhaps help a student who does not have English as their first language.

By definition Sixth Formers automatically become role models for the younger students within the school community, so it will be important to set an example in everything you do. Mentoring shows that students are willing to put something back into their community.

Sixth Form students can mentor students in a variety of ways including;

  • Reading
  • Language assistance
  • Supporting good attitudes to learning
  • Supporting literacy and numeracy
  • Supporting music development
  • Help creating friendships
  • Resolving conflicts
  • Building self-esteem/confidence
  • Supporting PE with individual/small group coaching

Why Mentor?

Both students benefit from the arrangement, with the Sixth Form student enhancing their communication skills, learning how to explain and consolidating their own subject knowledge.

The experience will also greatly enhance university and job applications as universities and employers want to know that the person they are interviewing has more to their character than simply sitting examinations.

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November 21 2017: We unveil plans for our new 6th Form with most of its curriculum featuring A-Level courses for students expecting to go to university. Read more

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