Mentoring

The Anti-Bullying Alliance have a free online CPD course for teachers and others working with children and young people about bullying and how to deal with it.

 

XL-Mentoring is a national organisation which offers a practical way for your church/organisation to engage with young people who are struggling and on the fringes in your community by providing them with a mentor who will meet up with them for 2 hours a week for 12 months.

TLG Education Charity works to bring support, care and education to make sure that children have a hope for the future and that their life is not over before it’s even started. This may be through a volunteer offering one to one help to act as a mentor, right through to intensive support of young people and their families that have been excluded from school.

e:merge is a Christian youth work charity working in Bradford and London inspiring young people to transform their lives and communities at home, in school and on the streets.

Golddigger Trust is a Sheffield charity working with young people around issues of self esteem and sexual exploitation. They run 'The Girl I Want to Be' courses for girls (11-18) and 'Made of More' courses for boys (11-18). These are delivered in schools and youth groups around the Sheffield region. They also offer these courses as a weekend residential organised in conjunction with the hosting youth worker/school. 
They are also running a new session 'Choose your own Adventure' about child sexual exploitation, e-safety and abusive relationships for young people aged 13-18.

Schoolswork UK has some ready to use mentoring activities with a choice of activities.