Mentoring matters – not just to new teachers

25 February 2021

Mentoring matters. It can be instrumental in winning the battle with teacher retention that we have been fighting in this country for the last decade, as the support that a mentor can offer to an early career teacher is invaluable. With the nationwide roll out of the Department for Education™s ˜Early Career Framework™ in September 2021, it seems that the government have finally realised this, as for the first time in my 15-year teaching career, the importance of mentoring is being recognised and celebrated. Millions of pounds have been earmarked for mentor training and their skills and expertise will be rewarded with many national qualifications that are being launched up and down the UK. Read the full article here.

Discover Haili's new book Mentoring in Schools here.


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