Opportunities for volunteers in schools
OPPORTUNITIES FOR VOLUNTEERS IN LITERACY SUPPORT AND BEYOND!
We have a dedicated band of over 30 volunteers who visit two schools in Sydney to support young students, many of whom are not otherwise able to access the literacy support that is required to be successful.
We invite people who have as little as one hour a week to spare during school terms, to join this group in making a difference to lives of young children. No formal skills are required; training will be provided. A love of literacy and the motivation to help young children in this area is what is required.
If you have the time but would like to explore other ways to support young students, then there may also be something for you!
CHIFLEY PUBLIC SCHOOL AND ALEXANDRIA PARK PUBLIC SCHOOL
Volunteers work in the classroom, listening to individual students read or supervise a small group literacy activity. Morning session, weekly; training provided.
NEW AT CHIFLEY PUBLIC SCHOOL
Male to facilitate a book club for advanced boys
These students need a male role model who enjoys reading. The session would involve reading a chosen book, discussion and possibly some activities. Afternoon session, weekly or fortnightly; teacher will supervise; support provided.
An enthusiastic, curious person required, who enjoys one of the following activities: gardening, constructing things or pulling objects apart to see how they work. This person would facilitate such activities with a small group of students. Lunchtime session, weekly; teacher will supervise.
A person with an interest and expertise in problem solving required to guide a small group of young mathematicians who crave mathematical challenges. Weekly sessions, teacher will supervise; guidance provided.
If you are interested in following up on any of these opportunities, please contact Nehama Werner at the following email address: email@example.com