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    Please can someone help as to how I should fill the rest in ?
    Any help would be greatly appreciated

    Please explain why you want to take part in the scheme:
    - I know how the children would feel. My first days at the school were very daunting and overwhelming. I want to make the process easier for other children so they don’t feel the same as I did and so that their transition from Primary School is smooth and bump free.


    What experience, if any, do you have of working with younger children/students:
    - Tutoring Primary School Students (Maths & English)
    - Looking after my Younger Brother (4 Years Old)

    What qualities do you think you have that would make you a good mentor?

    Name three personality traits or skills that you think are important for a mentor to have:
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    Please can someone help as to how I should fill the rest in ?
    Any help would be greatly appreciated

    Please explain why you want to take part in the scheme:
    - I know how the children would feel. My first days at the school were very daunting and overwhelming. I want to make the process easier for other children so they don’t feel the same as I did and so that their transition from Primary School is smooth and bump free.


    What experience, if any, do you have of working with younger children/students:
    - Tutoring Primary School Students (Maths & English)
    - Looking after my Younger Brother (4 Years Old)

    What qualities do you think you have that would make you a good mentor?

    Name three personality traits or skills that you think are important for a mentor to have:
    Some important traits/skills could be:

    - Being a good listener
    - Empathy
    - Willing to give up time, and put in maximum effort
    - Enthusiasm
    - Positivity/Optimism
    - Good communication skills

    However, it's not a good strategy to simply choose traits which sound best- choose the ones which you feel are most applicable to you. Good luck with your application!
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    Some important traits/skills could be:

    - Being a good listener
    - Empathy
    - Willing to give up time, and put in maximum effort
    - Enthusiasm
    - Positivity/Optimism
    - Good communication skills

    However, it's not a good strategy to simply choose traits which sound best- choose the ones which you feel are most applicable to you. Good luck with your application!
    Thanks for your answer !
    It really helped !
 
 
 

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