Why do we have Mentors?
Nurturing good pupil leaders is an important element of our academies success. Pupils are encouraged to develop the necessary skills to enable them to take responsibility for their school and to contribute positively and to then contribute positively both to the academy and the wider community.
What do Mentors do?
Our Mentors are responsible for helping supervise younger students at lunch and break times, they also support our staff with various duties around the academy. All our mentors receive special training and through their duties develop their own assertiveness, punctuality and become responsible members of the academy community. All Year 5 and Year 6 pupils have the opportunity to apply for a Mentor position, provided that they demonstrate excellent behaviour in the academy and act as role models for younger children.
The Mentor Role
- To act as a role model for pupils and promote the ethos and values of Lea Forest Primary Academy
- To continue to maintain the high standards expected of a Lea Forest Primary Academy student
- To perform one break time or other duty a week
- To attend school events when required
- To attend all Prefects meetings as required
- To assist staff and support children to follow the academy rules at all times during the day
- To support the House captains and Sports ambassadors
- Updated November 2017 -