As early as the 14 century, Oxford University implemented a mentoring system, and its biggest feature is the close relationship between teachers and students. In Cardiff, every 5-6 students are equipped with a mentor, only to help students establish the correct outlook on life, world outlook, values, discover the potential of students, explore student strengths, and accompany students to grow. Mentors will also regularly communicate with parents on the study and living conditions of students during school.
The tutor pays close attention to the personal situation and academic ability of each student he or she looks after. For parents, a student’s personal teacher is their main point of contact. Students development is the common goal of students, parents, and the school.