Mentoring Continues at Bristol WORKS Partner Schools

Group mentoring has continued at both Oasis Academy Brightstowe and Bridge Learning Campus this week.

This week saw volunteer mentors, Polly Wardle, from Bristol City Community Trust, and Mark Curtis from boomsatsuma education visit groups at Oasis Brightstowe. With sessions focusing on advertising and the creative industries, and sports and education, both mentors shared their experiences and offered students the opportunity to ask questions. Polly Wardle even brought along lego and asked the students to build something that related to their futures.

Bridge Learning Campus students were visited by Dan Lacey of Extract Coffee Roasters and Sharon Edwards from Empire Fighting Chance to share their experiences of hospitality and education and sport.

With several sessions yet to be delivered, Year 10 and 11 students have lots more in store.