If I have seen a little further it is by standing on the shoulders of Giants.
– Sir Isaac Newton
Empower young refugees to become confident and self sufficient individuals who have the ability to reach their full potential.
What our people say:
I have been working with my mentor for more than 6 months now. We had an amazing time together, She is like best friends to me that listens and helps me. she has taught me things that I never knew before, things that will help me in the future. She has given me guidance, encouragement and she is absolutely the best and sweetest mentor ever.
FZ has made a lot of good progress in terms of his communication and language skills, we were now able to conduct 90% of the session in English and FZ felt comfortable to chat with me throughout.
I learned how to be a good person, never give up
The people that came and talked to us taught me that life is hard and I need to try to be the best on the thing that I want to do. It was a good experience and time going away from home and spending some time with people like me who understand me more.
I learn many things, how to be confident in your school and also to be brave and anyone make fun of you, recognise him, go on your way what you want to do.
Who we are?
How does it work?
Arise Mentoring is an engaging personal development programme for refugee and asylum-seeking young people based in Yorkshire supported by My Foster Family, Muslim Foster Network and Mercy Mission UK. There are many unaccompanied asylum seeking children who have come to the
Mentees from Arise mentoring got to visit Bradford University and had students from refugee backgrounds speak to them and give them inspiration to study. One teacher told Arise Mentoring that, “I want to thank you so much for the trip. All
There are many mentee’s who may have experienced going through anxiety and this is often prevalent in refugee and asylum seeking children who may have come with life experiences that have been traumatic and impacted their confidence. Some mentee’s may have
Arise Mentoring was pleased to hold a recent workshop for our mentees which was delivered by The Academy at Carlton Bolling School entitled The Unwritten Rules delivered by Sarah Khan MBE and Mandip K Sahota. The workshop gave mentees the