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Peer Mentors

Welcome to our Peer Mentor Page.


At Glusburn School we recognise the value that pupil support has in enhancing the social skills, interaction and citizenship amongst children. It also promotes an ethos of responsibility and care for others within the school and provides positive role models.


We organise a number of mentoring programmes within school, including participating yearly in the South Craven School Mentoring Scheme.


South Craven Mentoring Scheme


This is a programme which sees a number of pupils from the Sixth Form at South Craven School undertaking training to enable them to support younger pupils within their primary school.
The mentors volunteer their services and are trained in listening skills, confidentiality, problem solving and empathy. This provides some of our pupils with a friendly and enthusiastic young person who will take an interest in their achievements and school life. They offer guidance, advice and support all of which impact positively on the life of the younger student. All the volunteers undergo a CRB check in line with our Safeguarding Children Policy.


Mentoring at Glusburn


We also provide our own in-house mentoring, which involves some of our older children supporting younger pupils. This support can be during breaks, lunchtime and sometimes in the classroom. The aim is to provide positive and nurturing role models to help encourage successful relationships based on caring, respect and trust. Peer mentoring is beneficial to all involved, the children who mentor further develop responsibility, empathy and social skills along with gaining a sense of pride and satisfaction in their role.
Peer mentoring can be accessed via the Learning Mentor, Inclusion Manager or Head Teacher.

Anti-Bullying Week 2018

Our Anti-Bullying Ambassador Team have been involved in organising this year’s Anti-Bullying Week (12th-16th November).

Anti-Bullying Week shines a spotlight on bullying and encourages all children, teachers and parents to take action against bullying throughout the year. The theme this year is: ’Choose Respect.'

Aims: 

The Anti-Bullying Alliance, amongst many people, believe that bullying behaviour is a choice and that children and young people can set a positive example by opting to respect each other at school; in their homes and communities and online.

This Anti-Bullying Week we want children to understand:

  • The definition of respect.
  • That bullying behaviour is a choice.
  • That we can respectfully disagree with each other ie we don’t have to be best friends or always agree, but we do have to respect each other.
  • That we all have to choose respect face to face and online.

 

During Anti-Bullying Week this year we are holding ‘Odd Socks Day’ on Monday 12th November, along with many other activities, competitions and lessons.

 

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