The volunteer’s position is considered an important role. The volunteer is required to assist in providing quality care, ensuring that it is of a high standard and that the policies of the Crèche program are adhered to at all times. The volunteer helps to ensure that the social and recreational programs offered are done in a safe, stimulating and supportive environment, for all children attending the program.
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Provide warm, nurturing, non -judgemental care which ensures a non-sexist, non-racist, non-violent and non-competitive environment.
Assist the coordinator with play-group activities. Parents and or guardians are present.
Hackham West Community Centre provides breakfast for local school children. Volunteers are required to assist with physical activities involved, ie the setting up and serving of breakfast, cleaning, cooking and being able to engage with the children. Ideally, you will have confidence and experience with children aged 5 - 12 years.
Volunteer crèche workers will work alongside the Creche Co-ordinator and will be responsible for the children left in the crèche. You will maintain the cleanliness and safety of the crèche, complete record cards, maintain accurate day book, develop and conduct structured crèche sessions.
Goolwa Primary School is recruiting for Breakfast Club volunteers who enjoy engaging with school children and willing to work alone and with other volunteers when required. The role requires friendly, reliable people who enjoy an early start (07.45am), willing to make breakfast - toast, cereal, milo, juice etc and chat with the children who attend.Obtain key from administration, open up GOSH house, prepare breakfast(s), clean up after breakfast, turn off lights and return key to office.
Goolwa Primary School is recruiting for volunteers to become a part of the school reading army. This dedicated group of volunteers attend school 1 or 2 mornings a week to sit with up to 5 children who may have some learning/reading difficulties and benefit enormously from having one on one sessions outside of the classroom with friendly, patient volunteers. Volunteers will need to be reliable as the children look forward to these out of classroom activities.
The LMVA Playroom is operated by the Lyell McEwin Volunteer Association, for the use of individual who have appointments or are visiting patients within the Health Service. Access to the service is for a 2 hour maximum. The Playroom is open between 8.00am and 4.00pm Monday to Friday for children below 8 years.
Mt Compass Area School requires friendly, approachable volunteers to assist with their Learning and Wellbeing Program. Volunteers can make a big difference to students by assisting them to develop self - esteem and confidence by partnering with them and offering extra positive attention and assistance. Activities may include craft, cooking, colouring or playing ball games as well as others as required. Sessions usually run for 55 minutes, once a week.
Friendly, reliable volunteer required by Salvation Army Victor Harbor assisting with their Program Activities. Activities include and is mainly music orientated. Volunteers assist by putting out instruments, setting up chairs, supervising children during free play time. There is singing, morning tea followed by free play. Volunteers need to be compassionate, patient and like engaging with children.
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