This book addresses issues which concern secondary school teachers in their new role as mentors: What does good practice in mentoring look like? What strategies exist for managing mentoring? How should mentors deal with assessment issues? By combining both theoretical and practical aspects of mentoring and by providing rich case studies of real life situations, this book offers much needed support to mentors. It will be invaluable to new mentors and will also provide a useful resource for the professional development of existing mentors.