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Behaviour Support Mentoring

Behaviour Support Mentoring

According to the type of work required by the school and the children for whom assistance is being bought in, we would usually embark upon a six week programme of initial assessment and intervention. This leads to recommendations for longer term involvement which could include 1:1, group work, in-class support, and advice to in-school staff. It could cover a whole of range of issues including:-

  • Restorative Approaches
  • Anger Management
  • Following Instructions
  • Listening and Concentration
  • Relationships and Friendships
  • Self Esteem
  • Social Skills
  • Classroom Behaviour
  • Playground
  • Bereavement
  • Circle of friends

Outcomes are agreed in advance with you and can include improvement in all the above areas as well as attendance, attainment, improved attitude and reduction of disruption to the learning of other pupils. We maintain good relationships with partner agencies to enable multi agency involvement, referral or ongoing work through FSP, NFF, FIP, YOT, Child Protection Plans etc.

The work with each child is tailored to their needs, interests and aspirations. Our staff are skilled in working through play, sport, art, drama, role play and many others. Throughout it is important to us to maintain good and ongoing dialogue with school, partner organisations and parents.

Please download our Outreach Service Request Form to book any of our outreach services. Completed forms may be emailed, faxed or posted to us.


“as a result [of the mentor’s work] there has been a vast amount of reductions in challenging behaviours and exclusions from school”

“we value the expertise and feel very privileged to have [the mentor] as part of our team”

“undertakes the role in a professional manner and always expects the highest standards from the children”

“has worked flexibly and effectively with pupils across key stages ranging from year 1 pupils to year 9”

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