Colet Mentoring was launched in early 2021, in partnership with Ed Tech Start-up EasyA, and with the support of St Paul’s Girls’ school. It has already delivered thousands of free help sessions to students across the country, with COVID catch up as well as general academic support.

Expert Help, On-Demand

Students receive 1:1 help right when they need it, without having to schedule sessions in advance. It’s unlimited and free for students, because learning shouldn’t have limits.

Peer Support

Colet Mentoring builds on research showing the successful and positive impact of peer mentoring and tutoring. Through the Colet Mentoring mobile app, students (mentees) connect with student-tutors (mentors) within the local and wider community of schools to get free academic support right when they need it. The initiative has been designed to be content agnostic – it can be deployed anywhere regardless of the national syllabus. All that is needed is a smartphone, an internet connection and a shared language.

Effective

We have run two key trials with independent educational evaluation charity ImpactEd. Our latest study involved almost 1,000 school students. Compared to the control group, students who actively engaged with Colet Mentoring increased their motivation by 19%, increased their team-working by 16%, and importantly their well-being improved by 9.5%.

In addition, schools can themselves monitor the impact of the programme on their own students’ attainment with their own internal assessments. Impressively, one of our partner schools in Birmingham leveraged Colet Mentoring to boost their students’ attainment by 0.5-1 grade between Christmas and their exams in Easter.

A significant number of our students used Colet Mentoring over summer. Many of them completed overdue tasks they felt less motivated to do during the school closures. They started the new academic year motivated and with better prior knowledge
MS TODORINOVIC, HEAD OF MATHS, CHRIST’S SCHOOL
Our students have benefited enormously from being part of the program; mentees have had access to regular individual online support, while mentors have gained confidence, self-esteem and greater empathy through their tutoring.
MR SPARKS, DIRECTOR OF PARTNERSHIPS, RADLEY COLLEGE

Register your interest

If you would like to learn more about Colet Mentoring and how it can support your pupils, register your interest via our form to receive an info package from a member of our team.

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Attend a webinar

We offer digital information sessions for school staff interested in speaking to an expert about the app in more detail, free of charge and welcome to anyone!

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Our students have had nothing but praise! We were delighted when our year 11 students were offered the amazing opportunity to use the Colet Mentoring app, giving them access to A-level mathematicians at Radley College, ready to help with our boys' queries on any Maths GCSE topic or question. Our students have had nothing but praise for the invaluable help received from the online mentors, and are extremely keen to continue and further develop this mutually beneficial relationship.
MRS VITAMORE, HEAD OF MATHS, NEWMAN CATHOLIC COLLEGE
COVID has created obvious gaps, particularly with some of our disadvantaged socially and economically pupils. Using technology and collaboration with other schools, such as in the West London Partnership, is going to be vital to help fill that gap. We saw a significant impact on pupils over the summer and are delighted to be working on this partnership with St Paul’s and EasyA to help scale up the programme over the course of the academic year.
MR EBENEZER, HEAD TEACHER, FULHAM BOYS SCHOOL

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