As one of the UK’s leading practitioners in mentoring and a popular trainer on the topic, Stephanie George shares her vast experience in this practical resource book for learning mentors, intervention workers, behaviour mentors and pastoral support teams. Whether used within a school, pupil or student referral unit, exclusion/inclusion unit or any other educational establishment the resources in this toolkit will ultimately help improve progress and attainment.
The Mentoring Toolkit includes a step-by-step guide to the process of mentoring and covers identification of students, resources for intervention, monitoring, assessment and evaluation.
The chapters include:
- How to Use This Book
- The Mentoring Process
- Mentoring Policy, Protocols, Permissions and Agreements
- Identification of Barriers to Progress and Learning
- Question and Discussion Prompts Resources and Strategy Banks
- Assessments and Reassessments
- Action Plans, Target Setting, Monitoring and Review
- Daily Evidence Records
The documents show the pathway for mentoring so that it can be clearly evidenced to the school, organisation, leadership teams, stakeholders and Ofsted.
Practitioners can use these resources for all forms of intervention: one-to-one, workshop or large group. The resources can also be used with the AQA Unit Award Qualification – Progress and Review with a Learning Mentor.
All the forms, pro formas, letters, templates and model documents can be photocopied from the book
A4, 110 pages
”I really enjoyed the course and resources provided by Stephanie and have come away with some brilliant proven techniques that I look forward to implementing.”
Lianne Wilson, Albion Academy
“I think this would be a very effective resource for helping to map the impact of the initiative that Boris Johnson has just launched on mentoring gangs.”
Boris Johnson’s (Mayor of London) office.
“In view of the work that the government are promoting in terms of the Ofsted category ‘Personal Development, Behaviour and Well being’, this resource would be useful in looking at the measurable impact that individual and group support is having in terms of personal development of young people.”
Nicky Morgan Education Secretary
“Stephanie continuously, and without others realising, looks out for the welfare of everyone around her, making sure that each person’s achievements and dedication to the school never goes un-noticed. Her empathic and holistic view of the world is the biggest asset to her teaching career, as she is able to see the student for who they are and what they can achieve; she never lets the behaviour define the student. Her success history is mapped in previous results, having gained 100% pass rate for all students she has taught. Stephanie does this through not only teaching the criteria but also teaching the students to create a sense of self-worth and value in them, their school community and allowing them to realise their potential.”
Jeba Begum, KS4 Learning Mentor, Plashet School, East Ham, London.