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IWIRC Aim Higher Mentoring Programme

Aim Higher is a mentoring programme for John Gray students who are 15/16 years old and who need help achieving their potential. Students and mentors meet once a week during term time to discuss school life and for upcoming GCSE exams.

Both mentors and mentees will have training to introduce them to the nature of the mentoring relationship, and develop the skills that will help make a difference in the student’s educational lives. Students who are eligible are those that have one or two weak areas in an overall good school performance. They also feel they could overcome their areas of weakness with the help of a mentor.

For more information, students of John Gray should talk to their teachers about the programme at the beginning of the academic year.


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