The Ethnic Minority, Gypsy, Roma and Traveller Achievement Service

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29th September 20
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Pupil Mentoring

For any pupils at risk of or who are facing exclusion in schools and where issues relating to cultural background, practices or identity may be significant

Specific Service targets to reduce exclusions among ethnic groups where levels of exclusion are particularly high, e.g. African-Caribbean, mixed heritage and Gypsy, Roma and Traveller pupils

Mentoring takes place alongside work with school staff, parents, and other agencies in order to raise pupils' self-confidence, motivation and achievement.

A structured programme of individual/small group work is also available for KS2 pupils with specific challenges around coping with transition to secondary school. Mentoring staff support with pupils continues into KS3.

Below are available programmes of work:

  • Transition - KS2 to KS3
  • Transition - childhood to adolescence to adulthood
  • Self esteem
  • Study skills/ Learning styles
  • Dealing with stress
  • Motivation
  • Bullying
  • Drug / alcohol awareness
  • School refusal /refusal to work
  • Truancy / poor punctuality
  • Anger management / managing feelings
  • Empathy
  • Self awareness / Identity
  • Role models
  • Friendship
  • Diversity
  • Cultural awareness
  • Mind matters
  • Detentions / Exclusions - how to avoid
  • Conflict resolution
  • Respect
  • Behaviour for learning
  • Race /Racism
  • Resilience
 
 
 

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