On Track


Our mentors will provide pupils with a positive adult role model, with whom they can develop a consistent and on-going relationship. The mentor will work through many of the complex barriers which have caused concerns
in pupils. The programme will provide opportunities for pupils to build confidence and self-esteem, as well as addressing problems associated with anger and difficult behaviour. One of the key aims will be to integrate pupils
into school routine and allow them to recognise their own potential.

Mentoring can be delivered in a number of ways throughout the project, targeting a diverse range of pupils. Mentoring pupils who are more physically active enable us to work alongside some of the other coaches within the team. Climbing, boxing and multisport are very popular with pupils wanting to improve their sporting ability. Pupils who have other personal developmental needs will be addressed through either structured 1: 1 or group programmes.

  • Develops self-esteem and confidence.
  • Helps pupils to re-engage and adapt to mainstream curriculums.
  • Will provide the platform for pupils to recognise their potential.
  • Provided for pupils age 8 upwards.
  • Delivered on a 1:1 basis.

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