The Moor Mentoring programme is open to all year groups in Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4. Students are selected due to disruptive behaviour and poor attendance.
The programme is also tailored for students who are suffering from poor self-esteem, low confidence, limited aspirations and undeveloped ‘soft skills’. Students are chosen by schools who have identified one or more barrier to succeed.
The programme uses a positive role model approach to improve students’ outlook towards school. One-to-one (1:1) sessions are delivered for 30 minutes per student, however, this can be tailored to each individual.
We have developed a powerful package of mentoring support that can be tailored to students’ needs, this includes reflective work, target setting, ‘soft skills’ sessions and motivational workshops.
To find out more information about how your school can get involved in Moor Mentoring, please contact BFCitC’s Alternative Curriculum Manager, Gwilym Jones, at firstname.lastname@example.org.