Inclusion

Attachment Based Mentoring

It is widely recognised that vulnerable children struggle to access learning and experience success at school. With interventions purely designed to move them on with learning they often have difficulty engaging and making progress. Perhaps something else is needed?
Young boy leaning on his hands at desk

The attachment based mentoring project was born out of continued concerns regarding the achievement and inclusion of children in care and children in need. Published data and evidence from working on the ground clearly indicates that outcomes for these groups are significantly lower than their peers.

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