Autumn Update

We are so excited to be starting this new academic year working with over 100 schools across the UK!

We’d like to give a huge welcome to our new schools in North Lincolnshire, Grimsby, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire and South Yorkshire and a big thank you to all of our school who have continued to partner with us this year.

Our group-based mentoring provision enables us to support high-numbers of students and currently we’re supporting over 5000 disengaged young people across the country. As students recover from a substantial period of time spent out of the classroom, it is now more important than ever that

young people are able to access our curriculum to develop their social and emotional skillset, which not only empowers them to take control of their behaviour and self regulate, but is also proven to be associated with improved learning outcomes.

The summer was not only a well-earned break for our Behaviour and Resilience Mentoring Team but also an opportunity for us to join together for CPD training here at our head office in Nottingham. A group of new Behaviour and Resilience Mentors also spent their summer in Nottingham, joining the Think for the Future team for an intensive few weeks of training. Individually selected from thousands of applicants and with a range of backgrounds, our new members of staff joined our ever-growing team of impactful mentors working in schools to build relationships with students and transform school engagement.

Our training gives our mentors the opportunity to develop the skills and experience they already bring to the role, apply theory to their methods and learn from those already working successfully in our schools.

Training was delivered by our in-house specialists, as well as our external partners who provide high-quality sessions on behaviour management, counselling skills, mental-health and gender and sexuality awareness. A big thank you to our external partners, including Team Teach, Mental Health Training (Harmless) and Safeguarding (Nick Harding) for some of the brilliant CPD sessions delivered during summer training. We also delivered sessions exploring Trends in Education, Delivery Skills, and Safeguarding.

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