Do you think you have what it takes to be a mentor?

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SB Learning mentors work with children and young people on a group or one-to-one basis. They provide support, motivation and guidance to help pupils overcome obstacles to there learning. These could include learning difficulties, family issues, mental health problems or a lack of confidence. Learning mentors for example, may be working on an academic focus and attainment, while also supporting SEMH behaviour focusing on the social, emotional and mental health needs of pupils.

Typical duties include:

  • actively listening to students’ concerns
  • discussing ways and forming plans to address these
  • providing support, advice and guidance tailored to each student’s situation
  • liaising with schools, teachers and SLT and making referrals if needed
  • Speaking with parents/carers about strategies to deal with each child’s situation
  • organising activities (such as trips or sport sessions).


Key skills for learning mentors

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Excellent listening skills.
  • Empathy and emotional intelligence.
  • The ability to think on your feet and be flexible.
  • The ability to support people from a range of backgrounds.
  • Organisational skills



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