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Our After School Club is currently open to children who go to school in Douglas (Dundee). We need positive and enthusiastic people to help us make it happen.
Volunteers’ main tasks are:
• Befriend the children - the strength of relationships we build with the children is key to our success. We need committed people who love being around children, cope well under pressure and who have a good sense of fun.
• Support the musicians in sessions – volunteers make a huge difference by encouraging children to concentrate and join in. You will be a strong role model to support them to learn..
• Help with set up and tidying away – getting the right instruments and the right chairs in the right place…
• Supervise children on the walk from their school to the club – chat with children and ensure they arrive safely. Be with them during snack time, hearing about their day.
Caithness KLICS support young people with Care responsibilities for a family Member. To enable the young person to socialise with peers, they affer a social club in Fridays, Tuesdays & Thursdays in Thurso. Volunteers are needed to help with activities, set up and tidy up. It could be board games, or activities inside or outside games, help with snacks and general hanging- out with the young carers while at the centre.
Girl Guide assistant to help with the Rainbows and Brownies in Thurso Guide Hall. the Brownies help girls with personal development, social skills and community citizenship. Training and support given
Do you have an empathy with children and the ability to supervise and help develop childrens skills in a structured environment? Help out at the Watten Borownies. Assistants needed, training and support provided by the girl Guide Association.
If you or your child have ever been involved with Guiding, this is your perfect chance to give something back without too much commitment. We are a friendly, inclusive group who like to work together to ensure that the hall is safe for users. In order for the Kirkwall Guide Hall to run smoothly, we have a committee that oversee various aspects including general maintenance, cleaning and fundraising.
There are a number of roles within the committee:
• General Committee members
• Hall Lets
• Fire safety officer
We provide affordable childcare to parents who work or at college, our ethos is a fun from home environment and we are advocates for children's play rights.
From a small handful of girls who gatecrashed the first ever Scout rally, demanding ‘something for the girls’, Girlguiding has grown into a vast and vibrant network of members across the UK.
We’re the UK’s leading charity for girls and young women. Across the whole of the UK, an amazing 100,000 volunteers help 400,000 girls aged 4 to 25 to share the life-changing experience of Girlguiding.
When a girl becomes a Rainbow, Brownie, Guide or member of the Senior Section she joins a group of girls her own age and will be led by our carefully trained and dedicated volunteers. Whatever inspires her, whatever her passions and interests, we offer her the chance to develop her potential, make friends and have fun.
Our volunteers do amazing things - some of which might surprise you. They go white water rafting, train leaders overseas, celebrate LGBT inclusion in their local Pride parade and sing along with 10,000 girls at Wembley Arena. We currently have opportunities for adult volunteers throughout Midlothian . There are 12 units in the Dalkeith area and many girls wanting to join. Units normally meet for up to 2 hours, one night per week. We have units meeting each night of the week and would like more adults to come along and help with our units so that more girls wills be given the opportunity to join .
Rainbows are aged 5-7, Brownies 7-10, Guides 10-14, Senior Section 14-26.
Volunteers should register their interest via the Girl Guiding website at https://go.girlguiding.org.uk/join-us/join-as-volunteer/
As Part Of The Angus Council Holiday Programme , We Are Looking For Additional Volunteers During The Angus School Holidays in 2024
Friockheim Park Community Volunteers Are Offering Stay & Play Sessions
At All These Sessions We Will Be Providing Hot/Cold Drinks & Basic Refreshments To Both Children & Adults.
You Will Be Part Of A Team Of Volunteers Running Each Session Which Will Be Held On A Variety Of Days Throughout The Holidays,
An Enhanced PVG Will Be Required For This Role.
Please See Below Sections With More Information.
We Look Forward To Hearing From You Soon.
The Retired and Senior Volunteer Programme (RSVP) encourages and supports people aged 55+ to volunteer in their local communities. We are currently looking for people who are interested in volunteering within primary schools, in the Stirling area.
In this role, you may support pupils with reading, writing, or arithmetic in small groups. Alternatively there are opportunities to support the teacher in the classroom environment during arts and crafts, music, drama or other activities.
The activities that you carry out are flexible and can be agreed between yourself and the school. Flexible volunteering hours is also available to suit your needs.
Reliable kind helper required for Bumps to Babies group meets each Monday between 1pm and 2.30 pm. Small friendly group for very new Mums and Mums-to-be, to meet up, make friends and enjoy occasional activities/visitors.
General Helper, to support our Bumps to Babies Co-ordinator to deliver a weekly informal support group for very new Mums and Mums-to-be.
Practical skills and common sense, together with kindness and a good sense of humour are the most important skills.
Experience with babies and young children would be an advantage but not essential. This is a small social group, and good communication skills with a kind and gentle nature and interest in others would be desirable.
Able to set out toys and floor mats, tidy them away after use, make coffee and tea in flasks as and when required, also participate in occasional craft and group activities.