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Volunteers

Volunteers at our school bring with them a range of skills and experience that can enhance the learning opportunities of children at school. We welcome and encourage volunteers from the local community. However, safeguarding is our paramount concern and anyone who will be coming into school on a regular basis or working on a one-to-one with a child will be asked to complete an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check before they can commence their volunteering. Additionally volunteers will also be asked to comply with the guidelines as set out in the Visitor's Briefing Document (see below).

 

Our volunteers include:

  • Members of the Governing Body

  • Parents of pupils

  • Students on work experience

  • University students

  • Local residents

  • Friends of the school / parish

 

The types of activities that volunteers are engaged include:

  • Hearing children read

  • Working with small groups of children

  • Undertaking art & craft activities with children

  • Accompanying school visits

 

Our School Values

All adults who work in our school, whether a paid member of staff or a volunteer, are expected to work and behave in such a way as to actively promote our school values.


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