Student Support and Mentoring
- Date Posted
- 13 August 2021
- Department for Education and Child Development
- Community care & community support
Roles and responsibilities
Would you like to make a difference at your local public school?
- help with reading and writing
- assist with music and drama programs
- join a governing council or management committee
- mentor a child or young person
- coach sporting teams
- help in the library
- serve in the school canteen
- help in the garden and improve the grounds
- many other activities
Everyone benefits from volunteering. Students benefit from life skills and experiences of volunteers.
Volunteers benefit from having a sense of belonging, and research shows that volunteers are happier and healthier as a result of helping others.
Volunteer times are to be negotiated with the school of your choice. You will be supported by the school to get a DECD approved Relevant History Screening and be provided with an induction which includes participation in the Responding to Abuse and Neglect - Education and Care session for volunteers.
About Department for Education and Child Development
The Department for Education provides a range of integrated education, training, health and child development services to benefit children, young people and families. The department works to improve children's and young people's education, safety and developmental outcomes from birth through their transition to adulthood.
- Contact your Local School to enquire