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Peer Mentors

Wellbeing Warriors - Peer Support Service


Our team of Peer Mentors are proud to be helping the pupils of Broughton Junior School with any worries or concerns they may have. Based in the Library at the Infant School and The Bridge at the Junior School, they are available at lunchtimes for pupils to drop in and talk to them.


Before becoming a Wellbeing Warrior, the team complete a full day’s training from Bucks Mind. During these sessions, they learn about mental health, looking after their own wellbeing as well as the wellbeing of others, how to support pupils and the importance of safeguarding and confidentiality. 


What just some of our Wellbeing Warriors have to say about being a Peer Mentor …. 


 "I wanted to be a Peer Mentor because I love to help people and know what it feels like to be sad or worried. I am a good listener so I can lend a helping ear to whoever needs it. Don’t forget: “We care, not share!” - Melody


"I think I’m the Wellbeing Warrior that not only helps people but I try to be funny for you too! I like football, board games and more, so we are bound to have something in common.  It’s nice to be important but it’s more important to be nice." :)  - Leo


"Hello, I am on the Wellbeing Warrior team.  I love my job. It has made me so confident.  We offer support to people who have a worry and need to talk to someone. I have been a Peer Mentor for almost two years and I love helping people" :) - Carys


"I have been a Peer Mentor for nearly two years. I enjoy the role, our main job is to help and support people who have a problem." - Rithvika


"I bring support and respect, I listen and I will cheer you up and make you feel good after a visit with me. I’m your guy!" - Kaden


"We will always be there to support you, always!" - Elliot


"You can share your worries with us. We will not tell anyone about your worries, we will listen and be respectful to you and others." - Luis


"I love Peer Mentoring because it makes me happy to see people smile. You can come to me about anything.  Ever since I have been on the Wellbeing Warriors team, I feel it has made me a more confident person. I love to help anyone I can. I love animals and always happy to make new friends. We will always be there for you". - Tiana


"We take care of your problems and are here to listen and help you." - Charlie