The playground can be a daunting and scary place for many children.
Our Mentor programmes aim to equip a small selected group of children within the school, with the skills to assist and help children that may feel vulnerable and alone in the playground.
As well as being able to spot signs of 'Bullying' our mentors will be there to act as a support network for children that may from time to time encounter various issues and problems that may arise in this environment. They will also promote equality in the playground by organizing group games to include and encourage everyone to play and interact together.
We also provide schools a full and detailed 'Plan of Action' on how to run and maintain a long term successful pupil mentoring programme. As well as ongoing help and support, long after our visit.
These sessions include mental and physical participation, Role-play and Q&A discussions.
Our Stay Safe! Mentor workshop has been designed as a fantastic follow on from our Anti-bullying workshop.
What is a mentor?
I'm approachable & trustworthy
Looking out for others
Becoming a 'Role Model'
Liaising with staff
Organizing group games
Promoting equality in the playground