The role of a learning mentor is to help develop social skills , self esteem and encourage children to reach their full potential. We have learnt from experience that problems are best solved when parents and school are in close contact.
Few children will progress through the school without the need of some extra help. They might need help to deal with worries such as bullying, friendships, playtimes and school work.
You may have concerns that something outside school is affecting your child's learning - please contact us if this is the case.
Some children may need more attention and between us we would agree an action plan and communicate on a regular basis.
With positive family and school support involvement your child’s feeling of well being will soon be restored.
For more information please ask at the office.
Mrs S Birkinshaw Access and Inclusion Manager
Mrs L Wright, Mrs E Porter, Learning Mentors