Mentoring for Schools Survey

Mentoring is a widely used development tool and school-based mentoring is becoming increasingly popular. Studies have shown that the right mentoring programme can really benefit the development of pupils, particularly those from poor socio-economic backgrounds. Here at Bridge Builders Mentoring, we are keen to know what those who work in schools think about mentoring so that we can offer schools the best programmes for their pupils.

Our mentoring for schools survey gives you the chance to contribute your views to the development of high quality mentoring programmes. The survey takes less than 10 minutes to complete and your responses are entirely confidential.

I’d like to take the survey now

Thank you in advance for your time. Bridge Builders Mentoring envisions a future where no young man’s success in life is limited by his background. We work with schools and other youth organisations to help bridge the gap between a challenging home life and a boy’s full potential.

Categorised in: BBMS Blog, education, mentoring, mentoring in schools, school

Contact Us

Bridge Builders Mentoring
3 Ivy Mews
Gloucester
GL1 5JW

Charity Number: 1158629

0333 200 4703

National Coordinator - Val Bunker
admin@bridgebuilders.org.uk

Our mission

At Bridge Builders Mentoring, we believe that the gap between young men from poor socio-economic backgrounds and their full potential is never too large to overcome. Bridge Builders Mentoring Scheme provides young men the opportunity to gain additional support and guidance from adult mentors from professional backgrounds, who are experienced in life and work. Together, they can define, explore and overcome the problems that are so often associated with a low economic background.

The Bridge Builders Mentoring Scheme is a charity providing low cost services for young men. Any donations are greatly needed and appreciated. We rely on the support of our corporate sponsors and generous individuals to keep our work running and enable us to change the lives of young men throughout the UK.
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