The “MENTOR” also called the mother teacher support and encourages their mentees by offering suggestions and knowledge, both general and specific. The goal is to understand the strength and weaknesses of the children thereby offering them a conducive environment to learn and help mentees improve their skills and, hopefully, advance their careers. This is achieved through parent teacher partnership Mentoring, at its core, guarantees young children that there is someone who cares about them, assures them they are not alone in dealing with day-to-day challenges, and makes them feel like they matter. Research confirms that quality mentoring relationships have powerful positive effects on young children in a variety of personal, academic, and professional situations.
A mentoring partnership between teacher, parent and student can be very rewarding .It’s an opportunity to develop communication skills, expand your viewpoints, and consider new ways of approaching situations.
What are the benefits of a mentoring relationship?
• To understand the strength and weakness of child.
• Ability to see solutions and opportunities.
• A mentoring relationship can provide a mentee with: greater clarity on life and career choices and their own career goals.
"Talk with the Principal"
Our school has come up with the new initiative: An open forum wherein parent can directly talk with the principal about studies and behaviour related issues of the child. The student will be given special attention and problems will be solved in collaboration with the parents.
Counselling is a very important ingredient in shaping students’ behaviour and performance. There are many cases which need to be handled by trained counsellor. These include psychological, family issues and above all indiscipline cases which if not handled professionally can lead students to choose wrong path. So it’s an initiative taken by our school where we have a professional counsellor for counselling parents, children and staff for support and guidance.
• Students are given solutions on how to deal with psychological problems which might affect their studies.
• Students are advised on how to cope with different situations.
• Students get to learn how to live in harmony with others in the school community.
• It bridges the gap between the students and society.
• It allows students to talk about various things which they feel uncomfortable while talking with their parents and teachers.
• Continuous teachers training workshops throughout the year
• Continuous teacher’s observation and evaluation
• Child safety workshops for children parents and staff
• Motivational workshops
• Parenting workshops