Student Support Officers
(Learning Mentors)

Student Support Officers were previously called Learning Mentors; the roles within school have changed slightly.

What is an SSO?

  • A professional person dedicated to working with a range of students in order to help them
    make the most out of school.
  • A friendly listening adult.
  • A source of knowledge to assist in a smoother passage through school.

What can a mentor do to help the student?

  • Devote time to build one to one relationships.
  • Offer support and discuss concerns.
  • Help and improve attendance and punctuality.
  • Help improve and organise school work.
  • Monitor student's progress with the teaching staff.
  • Support coursework development to enable full potential.

What are our aims?

  • To raise attainment.
  • To improve self esteem.
  • To improve motivation to learn.
  • To improve communication with parents/teachers
  • To recognise and celebrate achievement.

Jo Howard 


Latest News

Dear Parent /Carer

What a great start to term we've had. It's been wonderful to see our new year 7 settle in so quickly and getting down to study…

Salford Credit Union

FOR INFORMATION: New affordable loans and savings deals have been launched by Salford Credit Union for the benefit of people li…

Core Zone Chess Clubs

Following the success of last year's successful Chess Club, we will be running this again. Come and learn to play or challeng…


Key Information