How to effectively engage young males with education and provide routes into employment and socially responsible adulthood is a concern of many professions.
Education is also a recognised social determinant of health; boys and young men are consistently outperformed by girls and young women in schools and universities. Health improvement also means action on increasing educational opportunity.
Mentoring offers an evidence-based approach to work with young men – helping young men to achieve their academic and vocational potential, addressing concerns related to problematic behaviours – and providing go-to support and signposting to other services.
The Unit Award in Mentoring Boys and Young Men is a Level 2 award providing your staff/students with an understanding of mentoring work. The unit considers:
- the rationale for work with young males
- a strengths-based approach to work with young males
- the role of the mentor
- qualities desirable in a mentor
- primary tasks of a mentor
- dealing with disclosure/safeguarding
- setting boundaries in mentor-mentee relationships
- building and sustaining mentor-mentee relationships
- goal setting and outcomes
The outcome is that your staff/students will have received training enabling them to mentor boys throughout the school. This not only strengthens the school pastoral system but helps to raise the overall achievement of all boys and young men involved. This training and delivery thereof successfully delivers many of the new Ofsted framework for inspection.
The workshop covering the award criteria is 4 hours long. Each staff/student undertaking the award will be provided with their own copy of the Mengage course book: Mentoring Male: A guide to mentoring work with boys and young men. A Level 2 certificate will be issued upon completion.
The workshop costs £1295 for up to 10 staff or up to 15 students or a one-off date on Thursday 12th October CLICK HERE. BOOK BEFORE 31st August for £995.
Mengage is committed to your school’s development; if this is something you would like to discuss or you have other concerns regarding the health or education of young men, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
For more information or to discuss a booking, you can contact Liam by email at email@example.com or by phone on 07788725318.
Alternatively, you can visit our website at www.mengage.co.uk to see what else we offer with regards to mental health and raising boys’ achievement.
Gratnells are the leaders for storage containers in schools, colleges and universities.
Their products are designed to make life more efficient both for teachers and “back room” staff, particularly in the maths and science departments.
Did you know that right now, until July 31, when you order selected calculators from Signpost Educational Ltd., you will receive Gratnells boxes completely free of charge!
For every 30 LK 183 or LK 83XP calculators you order* you will get a free Gratnells storage box, foam insert and a clear lid. There’s a minimum order of 60 calcs (that means you’ll get two boxes, two foams and two lids free of charge) but you must quote the code NIVRAM to benefit from this offer.
For details of these two calculators, please see: www.signposteducational.co.uk or contact Signpost Educational Ltd by phone: 020 7515 1797 or by email:
Signpost Educational Ltd., PO Box 999 London, E14 6SH
An end of year assembly which is produced and performed by year 6 pupils on their last day at primary school can not only leave a significant impression on those who take part, but also on the rest of the school.
The result is that the children who create the end of year event feel motivated through knowing their ideas are valued, and feel confident that they will be appreciated by others.
And it is possible to expand the feelings of self-worth and confidence that can arise from such an event when the children know they’re getting expert advice and support as they work on their presentation – and that’s what Snail Tales storytellers can give.
As published authors and professional performers who have entertained young audiences all over the world, our storytellers will be able to guide your children towards putting their best into their final moments at your school.
And since all five of our national theatre tours have been developed through KS2 workshops, you can feel sure that the final assembly will be 100% your year 6 – we’ll take and develop their ideas, not impose on own.
Over the course of a single day, your storyteller will run immersive, interactive, and engaging workshops with your year 6s on the four elements of producing a great show: pre-production (ideas and role setting); development (writing and designing); performance; and promotion.
The whole day includes a resource pack to help your year 6 teacher direct and mentor your year 6s towards their assembly.
The total cost inclusive of travel to your schools is £350 for up to 35 year 6 children. We can also work over two or three days and thus take in larger groups.
For more information please call 0203 287 6245 or visit our website at www.snailtales.org/leavers