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Mentoring Support

Everyone needs support at different times in their life.  It's ok to get support.

We support young people who:


  • are struggling emotionally

  • need help with their self-confidence

  • need help with deciding or transitioning through their next phase in life 

  • want someone to talk with about things happening around them

These are just a few of the ways we help and support young people.  If you need support or are an adult and know a young person who needs support, get in touch with us by clicking the button below. 

Our mentoring is for 11 - 25 year olds living in South East London and Swale in Kent.

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Our mentors: 

  • Listen and encourage

  • Empower you

  • Gives support

  • Help you develop more self confidence

  • Help you to reach your potential


    It's all about you.


     Our mentors are trained and DBS checked. 

      *Training includes safeguarding training.

School mentoring

Our school provision includes one to one mentoring and group workshops.  We work with teachers and any pre-existing  student support as required, to ensure we deliver a mentoring service that is complimentary and beneficial.


Our provision includes:

  • setting a conducive environment for each student to maximise engagement

  • CBT approach to handle thoughts, emotions and actions

  • working with students to identify areas of stress and anxiety and

  • identifying skills, strengths and societal value

  • self-confidence and resilience building

  • regular co-development of SMART goals with students

  • creative tools


Our delivery approach is suitable for young people in secondary schools, colleges, universities, special schools, Pupil Referral Units and those not in education. 

All our mentors are DBS checked, trained and experienced.

Send us an email to find out more about our school mentoring services.

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Keeping you safe

We want your to feel safe when attending our programmes and activities.  If you have a safeguarding concern while attending any of our activities, speak with your activity leader or youth worker.  If you are unable to or have a general concern relating to Joined Up Thinking, contact our Designated Safeguarding Lead, Mottie Omideyi at 0333 9398623 or send an email.  All concerns will be treated confidentially.

Click here to find out more about our safeguarding procedures.

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