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Peer mentoring - where to start?

Discussion in 'Secondary' started by brassedoff, Mar 12, 2011.

  1. My school is adopting a vertical tutoring system (which includes yr7 through to 6th form). Peer mentoring has been mentioned and I would like to get a head start with how to address and embed this within my tutor group. Are there any aids out there to help with this - do's don'ts, what works and how best to go about it? Can anyone help with any points of reference.
    Thanks in advance
    Brassedoff
     
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    I coordinated a scheme
    similar to this during my NQT year. Have a look on the childline website
    because as I recall they can send you all sorts of wonderful info.





    :)
     
  3. dare I ask, did the school offer you any real training or did you just get a talk from some school up the road?
     
  4. hammie

    hammie Senior commenter

    lots of primary schools run peer mentoring systems, may be worth finding out if any of your tutees have been peer mentors in the past
     

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