Establishing a learning mentor service within a cluster of primary schools: Learning from evaluation
AffiliationUniversity College Chester
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AbstractThis paper describes a learning mentor service commissioned by the Children's Fund that has been established in a cluster of primary schools, offering a possible model for the provision of pastoral care to support children at risk of underachieving. In particular, it explores issues relevant to the implementation of the service, namely communication, co-ordination and time, and identifies benefits and outcomes of the service, as perceived by the various stakeholders. Evaluation of this service, on which the paper reports, highlights the importance of developing a clear quality care pathway, and putting systems in place to obtain information regarding the outcomes of the service.
CitationPastoral Care in Education, 23(3), 2005, pp. 37-43
JournalPastoral Care in Education
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