Volunteering at Rudston

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Get involved and support Rudston Primary School.

We are always happy to welcome new volunteers at Rudston.

Here is an idea of things you could do to help:

  • Helping in the classrooms
  • Support in our nursery/after hours clubs
  • Reading with Children
  • Maths with children
  • Library support
  • Accompanying children on trips and visits out of school
  • Curriculum Support
  • Gardening 
  • Helping at PTA events
  • Any special skills that you would like to share…

Please note, for roles within the classroom, it is unlikely that you would be given your child’s class to help in. Initially we would like you to commit to carrying out the role for a term after you have had a go at it and made sure it is something you want to carry on doing.

If nothing leaps out at you, but you have another idea of how you could get involved, please note it down at the end of the form and we’ll be in touch. There will be more opportunities in the future– we have started with a select number of roles to make sure we can get you involved smoothly.

Download the application form and hand it into the school office. We will then contact you to arrange for you to be police checked, receive initial support and advice on your chosen role and then to come in and help.

Volunteer evaluations

I have enjoyed

  • “watching the children progress with their learning and being able to help them with their understanding”
  • “working with all the staff and fellow volunteers”
  • “love working with the children from different year groups, making a contribution to the children’s education and social skills”
  • “supporting school visits, school productions, themed weeks and days”

I have supported the staff and children this year by

  • “supporting the learning objectives for literacy, numeracy and reading”
  • “helping with resources and preparation/admin tasks”
  • “helped pre-school children with play, snack times and key group times”
  • “supported children with their social skills at playtimes”
  • “small group support for reading, phonics and talk”

Volunteering has helped me to

  • “have a sense of fulfilment, that I am making a worthwhile contribution to Rudston”
  • “increased my confidence and skills in working with children, providing a firm foundation for permanent employment”
  • “it has allowed me to gain more experience in Key Stage 2, thus continuing my professional development”
  • “gain my NVQ3, by enabling me to gather evidence and experience”
  • “benefit towards my further studies and job prospects”
  • “see first hand an insight into the education system and prepare me for my future role”

Any other comments

  • “fantastic school to work within, inspiring children from pre-school to Year 6. A pleasure to come”
  • “I have loved this year. You have a lovely school and staff are fantastic, dedicated and ambitious.  The children are very lucky to have this team in place”
  • “I feel extremely privileged to volunteer in this school”
  • “looking forward to next year!”

 

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