What Mentoring Means at Greet Primary
Within the Mentoring department, we offer a range of interventions throughout the school day that aim to raise aspirations and help empower our pupils to reach their full potential. At Greet, we recognise that an inclusive environment accompanied with effective methods of communication from pupils, parents and staff is what creates the beating heart of our school. The Mentoring team aim to work alongside pupils in every aspect of their daily routines at school. By doing so, it allows them to gain greater insight into how they can continue to understand the pupils, who they are and the culture they come from. We feel this is the best way to understand our pupils and nurture their individual needs in a safe environment to develop their academic, personal, social and emotional needs.
Who are the Mentors and how do I contact them?
If you need to speak to a mentor at the school or wish to discuss any concerns you have in relation to the welfare of any of the pupils, you will find a mentor in each phase of the school.
Miss Alderwish – Senior Learning Mentor, across the whole school.
Miss Foley – Lower Phase Mentor
Mrs Copestick – Lower Phase Mentor
Mrs Cullen – Middle phase Mentor
Miss Fryer – Upper Phase Mentor
Each of our Mentors are based within a phase across the school, however they also offer support to other year groups throughout the school day.
Where will you find us?
We are available at breakfast club every day from 8.00am – 8.30am. Alternatively, you can request to meet with us through the main school reception or your child’s class teacher can arrange a meeting with us. We will aim to get back to you as quick as we can to discuss any issues you may have or be facing with your child.
All class teachers have a Safeguarding and Student Welfare pack in their classroom offering effective ways to record and raise any concerns that they have in relation to student safety and individual welfare.