“I prefer 6th formers. When you get something wrong they support you. They correct you and support you when you get stuff wrong. I prefer a 6th former[MA1] .”
Students were questioned about their relationship with their reading mentor. 7 out of 9 students questioned said they had an excellent relationship with their mentor. Anecdotal evidence revealed that the reading mentor played an additional role relating to behaviour. In addition to reading, sixth formers were observed questioning mentees seen out of lesson. Sixth formers also picked up and commented on, changed attitudes to reading in the classroom[MA3] . This supports Clutterbucks theory that mentoring can also ‘contribute to improving behaviour and attitudes to learning’ (Clutterbuck, 2012).
[MA1]Could you incorporate these into your findings? When you make a claim, support with a quote from a student.
[MA2]Change to simple 2D bar graph and do not use percentages if sample is less than 100.
[MA3]Reword this sentence