Peer Mediators

What is Peer Mediation?

Peer mediation is a voluntary process during which pairs of pupils act as mediators for their peer group. They help individuals in dispute, work out their problems through discussion and have been shown to reduce conflict in schools.

The training for peer mediators covers essential life skills such as active listening, communication, co-operation, negotiation and problem solving. Peer mediation schemes operate in both primary and secondary schools, mostly during lunch times and break times.

New Parent Tour Dates for Academic Year 2022/23

Thursday 21st October – 9.10am

Thursday 4th November – 9.10am

Tuesday 9th November – 9.10am

Tours are restricted to a maximum of 12 adults per tour. All adults will be asked to wear a mask whilst visiting. Tours will last approximately an hour. Children do not attend these tours.