Raise The Grade

What is 'Raise The Grade'?

Raise Up is a youth development programme run by young people, for young people! 

Our programmes have been designed to offer youth a safe and positive environment in which to socialize, relax and be themselves.

Through our work with young people, we have seen a need and worked in collaboration to form Raise the Grade. This programme is a peer to peer mentoring group that trains high achieving students to support fellow peers that need help in their studies. 


Discord Platform

Discord is an instant messaging and digital distribution platform. Users communicate with voice calls, video calls, text messaging, media and files in private chats or as part of communities called "servers". 

Raise the Grade has created a private server that is full of text and voice channels dedicated to different subjects/topics that our mentors have a roster too and will be active on them at different times to provide tutoring and mentoring in that specific subject. The server has many different tools and assets that help us make it a safe place for our students and all students that use it agree to terms and conditions. 

Wanna be a mentor?

We need mentors. The mentor role is aimed at students in Level 1-3 of NCEA that are achieving good grades in a few subjects at school and would like the opportunity to learn how to mentor others in schooling, learning styles and mental health and wellbeing management. Benefits from being a mentor will be specialised training in Learning styles, leadership and health and wellbeing. 

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Need support with your study?

Do you need some help with your studies? If you are behind on work or just have trouble understanding concepts taught in class come to join Raise the Grade where you will be supported to find out your personal learning style and paired with a mentor that can support you in that style and the subjects you need help with. Mentors are also trained to help you understand your own personal wellbeing and how you can manage stress caused by school.

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