- Location: Noarlunga Centre SA
- Commitment: Regular - more than 6 months
- Category: Education & Training
3:30PM - 4:30PM on Thursday during school terms
- Centrelink Volunteers
- Skilled Volunteers
- Work Experience
Type of work
- Education & Training
- Tutoring & Coaching
Full Training is Provided
- National Police Certificate *
- Working with Children Check *
As part of The Smith Family’s policy we require screening checks and training for certain volunteer roles. This can include but is not limited to Reference Checks, National Criminal History Checks and Working with Children Checks. Applicants are informed of all legal and training requirements for the volunteer role during or prior to an interview.
* May be arranged via the Organisation. Details to be provided on expression of interest.
Locations / Days / Times available for this volunteering activity:
2019 Learning Club Tutor - SA - Noarlunga Centre - P&S - Homework - Thursday - (5168_01_PSHWK)
What are Learning Clubs?
Learning Clubs provide a safe and supportive out-of-school learning environment where primary or secondary students can participate in activities that develop their academic and social skills. Students have the opportunity to access resources, expertise and assistance with their homework and curriculum content. Clubs usually run for at least 2 terms, and children attend once or twice a week for approximately one hour at no cost.
Learning Clubs may differ across the country according to community needs. For example, some clubs provide homework support, or STEM, literacy, or numeracy tutoring to assist children and young people to benefit more fully from their school based learning.
Training is provided to ensure all new volunteers feel confident and equipped for their tutoring role.
What do Learning Club Tutors do?
The volunteer Learning Club Tutor role offers the opportunity for you to use and enhance your tutoring, mentoring, and relationship skills, alongside other passionate team members! Tutors are recruited and trained to have the confidence, appropriate skills and knowledge to support Club activities.
Key responsibilities include:
• Support students to improve their reading skills by using a range of supplied activities • Assist with goal-setting in collaboration with students and teachers, and record/relay progress of student development • Model and encourage appropriate behavioural standards and build positive relationships with students • Set up and pack (tables/chairs/resources/fruit etc.)