For Schools

Mentor Link provides long term one to one social and emotional mentoring support to pupils in Primary, Middle and Secondary schools through the provision of Volunteer Mentors.

We add value to the school’s provision through…

  • enriching your Pastoral Support provision
  • minimal administration – we do that for you!

We support your OFSTED report

We support the school improvement plan

Our outcomes with young people show

  • Improved self-esteem
  • Improved performance and behaviour
  • Improved attendance and engagement
  • Improved relationships and wellbeing

What Head Teachers have told us:

“From week one, we have seen a significant impact on the children the mentors have been working with.”

“Having worked closely with Mentor Link, I can wholeheartedly support their involvement in schools. I have been impressed by their organisation, reliability and integrity, but also for the inspirational way they can motivate children. They have certainly made a difference to the lives of our most vulnerable children and I know our staff value the support the mentors give us. I recommend them without reservation.”

For further details please contact us.


Upcoming Events


Mentor Link Charity Quiz Night

Come along and test yourself at our next Charity Pub Quiz!


Who’s Got Talent? Auditions

Are you under 16 and have a talent that you would like to showcase, and support a local children's charity in doing so?
Join us on Sunday 16th July for preliminary auditions.

Latest News

Funding Secured for Warwickshire


Thank you to the Heart of England Community Foundation and the Wesleyan Foundation Fund for their funding support to develop our service in Warwickshire.

Mentor Link Conference 2017


On Wednesday 3rd May we held our Annual Conference - please take a look inside for a report and photos from the day. Includes cakes and Worry Monsters!

Case Studies

Terri’s Story


This is Terri's Story. Please click here to watch her film and find out more.

Luke’s Story


This is Luke's Story. Please click here to watch his film and find out more.