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Formalised peer mentoring pilot evaluation

By Carl Parsons, Pamela Maras, Catherine Knowles, Vicki Bradshaw, Katie Hollingworth and Helen Monteiro

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Over the past ten years, mentoring of children and young people has become an increasingly important feature of social policy in the UK. This has been mirrored in the rapid growth in the number of mentoring schemes operating. However, it is widely acknowledged that no one single definition or model of mentoring exists; rather there are a number of different models providing support to young people in a range of settings. This research was undertaken during the autumn term of 2006 and the summer term of 2007. The methodology comprised an analysis of mentoring models in the 180 participating schools; questionnaires sent to all co-ordinators and to mentors/proteges in 40 schools; interviews with co-ordinators, pupils and support agents in 8 case study schools. Includes: •Introduction •Evaluation methodology •Analysis of school pilot application forms •Evaluation results •Conclusions •Recommendations •Bibliography •Appendice

Topics: L1, LB1603
Publisher: Canterbury Christ Church University / Department for Children, Schools and Families
Year: 2008
OAI identifier: oai:gala.gre.ac.uk:2272
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