Mentoring is one of the most effective pedagogical strategies for gifted students, with valuable psychosocial and vocational benefits. The Girl Guardians alumni mentoring program has been helping to build the character strengths of gifted girls since 2017.Read more "Developing an alumni mentoring program"
Meet Claire – one of our Imaginarium student mentors! Claire is a Year 7 Perth College student who helps to run the after-school Tech eGirls course.Read more "Introducing Imaginarium Mentor Claire"
Each week, as part of the Girl Guardians Mentor Program, our Year 5 gifted girls meet with their mentors. They share dinner together before reflecting on the victories and challenges of their week and completing learning tasks as a team.Read more "Girl Guardians and Positive Psychology"
Meet Ellie – one of five Perth College Old Girls who volunteer as mentors as part of the Girl Guardians Mentor Program.Read more "Introducing Girl Guardians Mentor Ellie"
Recently, five Perth College Old Girls returned to the School to volunteer as mentors as part of the Girl Guardians Mentor Program.Read more "Girl Guardians Mentor Program"
Meet Vrishni – the first of our Imaginarium mentor profiles! Vrishni is a Year 7 Perth College student who was kind enough to volunteer for two courses during the recent school holidays.Read more "Introducing Imaginarium Mentor Vrishni"
Research shows mentors and role models are a positive and useful addition to helping gifted students develop. They provide encouragement and support and offer intellectual stimulation.Read more "Mentoring gifted girls"