The School Day and Mentoring
Every student at The Canterbury Academy starts their school day with their dedicated mentoring group and staff member. During mentoring, students will receive important information and ensure they are prepared for learning.
Mentor Roles and Responsibilities
Mentors are the first point of contact with the school for all students each day. Any concerns, issues or messages that need to be passed between home and school should be done via each student’s mentor.
Mentors are responsible for monitoring and supporting their mentee’s academic progress.
Each student should have their school planner on them every day for each lesson. This is used for noting down important information such as homework.
Parents and Mentors can also send messages to each other via the special section in each week of the planner. Parents should check the planner every week for messages and should sign each week off as confirmation that they have seen any messages.
Contacting a Mentor
The School Planner is the main vehicle for contact between mentor and home. There is a section in each week for mentors and parents to write messages, please check this weekly.
If you need to speak to someone, please contact either your child’s Support Manager or Head of Learning. Visit the Contact Us page for details
|Mentor Period||8.45 – 9.00|
|Period 1||9.00 – 10.00|
|Period 2||10.00 – 11.00|
|Break – 20 minutes||11.00 – 11.20|
|Period 3||11.20 – 12.20|
|Period 4 – Senior School Lunch||12.20 – 13.10|
|Period 5 – Middle School Lunch||13.10 – 14.00|
|Period 6||14.00 – 15.00|
|Period 7 – extra-cirricular provision, Year 11 revision and Sixth Form lessons only||15.00 – 16.00|
|Period 8 – Sixth Form lessons only||16.00-17.00|
|Period 9 – Sixth Form lessons only||17-00 – 18.00|