St Paul’s School has embarked on one of its most exciting developments – the introduction of vertical tutoring which commenced January 2017.
Vertical tutoring means that, for 20 minutes each day, 18-20 students across different year groups will meet, to help facilitate mentoring and leadership opportunities for students.
Each tutor group will have two adult tutors – a teacher and non-teacher. This significantly increases the potential for peer -to-peer mentoring while also building stronger partnerships between the tutor, student and parents.
The concept of students learning alongside one another across multiple age groups also aligns firmly with the School’s strategic vision for the year 2028.
More information is in the news article on the left, and some frequently asked questions regarding vertical tutoring can be found here.