Inclusion and Mentoring
Welcome to the Inclusion and Mentoring Department
The Inclusion Department at CJMLC is an integral part of the support system available to our students. The support offered by the team seeks to address and aid students in removing barriers to learning. The team deliver their provision through one to one mentoring and group support programmes. The programmes aim to empower students by raising levels of self-esteem and self-awareness in order to prepare them for opportunities, responsibilities and experiences in both school and in their adult life.
Aims and Objectives:
- To identify and work towards removing barriers to learning.
- To enable students to recognise and aim to achieve their full potential.
- To allow students a space to share and open up with a trusted member of staff.
- To support the aims and objectives of the School Improvement Plan.
- To set appropriate and achievable targets for individuals.
- To work closely with staff to ensure the specific needs of each student are met.
- To enable students to acquire the social, emotional and academic skills necessary to achieve at school and in life.
Inclusion Dept. Staff:
- Mr W Moscatelli (Inclusion Manager)
- Mrs S Ziff (Assistant Inclusion Manager and Pastoral Support Officer)
- Miss A Iacovou (Learning Mentor)
Overview of the support at CJMLC:
One to One Mentoring:
Mentoring Sessions are 1 hour sessions weekly for a minimum of 6 weeks, dependent on need. The aims of the sessions are to support and coach individual students with their holistic wellbeing.
Behaviour Support Group:
Here at CJMLC, we believe that our young women have truly incredible potential and the Behaviour Support Group Programme aims to engage, motivate and empower young women to take positive actions in their life and within our school and their local communities.
Social Media and Self-Esteem Programme:
Our Social Media Programme aims to explore and discuss the positive and negative impact of social media. We create personalised strategies to empower our young women to develop confidence, self-esteem and self-worth in their lives.
Anger Management Programme:
The Anger Management Programme allows our young women to recognise the root of their frustrations and provides a space to discuss and work through these issues. Strategies for improvement are developed, adopted and reviewed each session.
Our new Year 7s can sometimes need a little extra support with adapting to a new school and system. The Transition Programme is tailored to guide and equip our young women with tools and strategies to make positive actions and decisions in and outside of school.
One to One Counselling is run by our external agency, ‘The Catholic Children’s Society’. Our young women will meet weekly with a trained psychotherapist who will provide necessary and individualised support.
Young Carers Drop In Sessions:
Some of our wonderful young women are Young Carers for family members. The drop-in sessions create a space which allows CJMLC students to develop strategies to manage, whilst connecting and supporting each other.