Pupil Mentoring 101 with Elaine Thomas | Tuesday 19 February 2019 | Webinar
Mentoring is important, not only because of the knowledge and skills students can learn from mentors but also because mentoring provides socialisation and personal support to facilitate success in school and beyond. Quality mentoring simply put greatly enhances a pupil’s’ chances for success.
In this session, Elaine Thomas, Director of The Mentoring Lab, will explore several of the most important themes correlated to effective mentoring relationships.
What will be covered?
- The Learning Mentor, the Mentor and the Coach
- Exploring Mentor-Mentee Identities
- Becoming Trauma Responsive
- Developing your mentoring kit
- The Hardest to Reach vs The Unmentorable [sic]
- Navigating Safeguarding
- The Mentor – Parent – Teacher relationship
What will you take away from this session?
- Tried and tested coaching tools
- Honest and frank discussions
- Reading list
Who will benefit?
This webinar will be ideal for behaviour and learning mentors, primary and secondary teachers and TA’s, LSA’s, NQTs
When will the event take place?
Date: Tuesday 19 February 2019
Time: 5:00pm – 5:45pm
Click here to book your free place now.
Speaker Profile: Elaine Thomas
Elaine is dedicated to improving the quality of youth mentoring and youth engagement. For over 18 years, Elaine has been mentoring and guiding young people from both the hard to reach and affluent backgrounds.
As the lead consultant of The Mentoring Lab, Elaine offers her knowledge and expertise in youth mentoring to help others build the highest standard mentoring and engagement programmes.
Elaine is the Opogo community expert working with young people and adults to prevent underachievement in their learning or careers.