Mentoring and befriending
This review, by Dr Kate Philip and Jenny Spratt of the University of Aberdeen, brings together evidence about research and practice in youth mentoring and befriending in the UK. It highlights both positive and negative findings on the value of these interventions.
A document that enables mentoring projects working in the justice sector to look at specific examples of how other projects have implemented the Approved Provider Standard.
A report that provides an overview of how befriending can contribute to improving the health and wellbeing outcomes of vulnerable people at risk of social isolation or exclusion from mainstream society.
Signposting information for anyone looking to find a mentor or befriender for themselves or someone they know.
If you're new to monitoring and evaluation or are already monitoring some aspects of your work, this toolkit will give you practical step-by-step guidance to evaluating the outcomes of your work.
A guide to the range, diversity and positive impact of mentoring and befriending activity to encourage commissioners to invest in high-quality provision.
A guide to the range, diversity and positive impact of mentoring and befriending activity to encourage funders to invest in high-quality provision.
A revised and updated version of this bestselling toolkit, designed to guide you through the 12 steps needed to set up a safe and effective mentoring or befriending programme from initial planning through to monitoring and evaluation.
This toolkit is designed to assist people working in schools or colleges to design, plan and introduce a project which involves students supporting their peers in relation to a range of issues.