- Students taking part in the mentoring programme experienced a highly significant improvement in wellbeing, measured using the Warwick Edinburgh Mental Wellbeing Scale (WEMWBS).
- 89% of students and 75% of teachers reported that students’ behaviour had improved over the course of the programme.
- Schools reported significant reductions in behaviour interventions for mentored students, with associated savings in time and energy for teachers.
- One senior teacher estimated that he spent five to ten hours less per week on dealing with mentored students’ disruptive behaviour.
- 79% of students and 69% of teachers reported that mentoring improved students’ attendance at school.
- Young people were found to improve in their confidence and self-esteem.
- For many, their time on the programme marked a turning point in terms of behaviour, self-belief and the development of resilience.
The Full Report
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Nathan Singleton, Director of Young People’s Services
020 8597 2900