Impact Mentoring


Impact Mentoring is an award-winning mentoring company, working with both male and female young people across the South West with varying levels of need.

At Impact Mentoring our Why, the reason for doing what we do, is very simple: to make a genuine difference to the lives of the young people that we work with.

We keep this at the heart of everything that we do; we respond to need quickly and flexibly, always with empathy and a view to understanding each person’s unique situation. We create individual development plans for each mentee and offer a range of educational, sports and wellbeing programmes, depending on the young person’s interests and needs. Impact Mentoring’s mission is to make a positive and lasting impact on every young person, giving them the confidence and support needed to achieve their true potential, regardless of the challenges they face.

Impact Mentoring offers a range of services to providers, that include one-to-one, group and family mentoring services, on-site and off-site support, re-engagement with learning programmes, pick-up and drop-off services and holiday clubs.

We work with councils, schools and private individuals, and are happy to discuss your requirements at any time.


ASDAN NCFE up to Level 3 and personal development BETEC

Meals provided

Breakfast and lunch

Transport provided

Transport is provided

Operating times

8am to 8pm Monday to Sunday, most commonly 9am to 3pm
School term time
School holiday periods

Meeting student needs

  • Social, emotional, and mental health needs
  • Cognition and learning needs
  • Speech, language and communication needs
  • Physical disability
  • Visual impairment
  • Hearing impairment
  • Offending / Risk CCE
  • Risk of CSE
  • Attendance/engagement needs
  • School refusal
  • Anxiety
  • Specific learning difficulty (e.g. dyslexia)
  • Autism without MLD or SLD
  • Autism with MLD or SLD
  • Sensory needs
  • Post 16’s unable to access collage
  • Weight management and healthy lifestyles


We are a limited company made of 3 directors, Managing director, director of learning and director of welfare

Operations Manager, head of education (qualified teacher ) head of construction
Learning mentors
Senior mentors
Junior mentors

Awarding bodies

Asdan and NCFE

Programme information

One to one Mentoring
Learning programmes
Carpentry, plastering, brick laying, gym instructing, pottery, bike mechanics, photography, cooking, hair and beauty, sports coaching, urban arts, gardening, animal care, fishing and more

Other Details


Age Ranges
Key Stage 1
3 & 4
Referral required
Referral Details

Referrals to Alternative Learning Provision (ALP or AP) will be made by schools or the Local Authority 

Contact details

Contact name:
Wayne Cockram
0778 693 3942
Unit 6
Bridge Road Kingswood Bristol BS15 4FW
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