HOW TO BECOME A VOLUNTEER
Breakspeare School recognises the unique and special contribution that volunteers make to society and in particular to the work of this school.
Volunteer involvement in appropriate tasks and projects is welcomed as it has a positive effect on our pupils. Volunteers bring a variety of skills and a fresh perspective, adding value to all activities and
supporting our sustainability. They have a unique role which is quite different from that of paid workers. They can offer time and passion to a particular project, cause or issue, and by involving volunteers
Breakspeare School is able to build stronger links with the community in which it works. Volunteers act as ambassadors, promoting our activities and services.
Some posts are subject to an enhanced CRB disclosure check.
What volunteers say about Breakspeare:
- ‘The staff make you feel very welcome and if you knew nothing about SLD children the experience you get is invaluable’ – Dawn
- ‘Everyone who volunteers is valued beyond measure. The organisation is very approachable and welcomes volunteers of all backgrounds and ages. They are spontaneous in expressing thanks. Volunteer’s opinions are respected. Overall a very good organisation to work with’ – Sarah
- ‘I have been made to feel welcome and valued from day one’ – Paul
- ‘I was given lots of guidance and training to gain the skills needed to be fully effective within the school. I was thrilled when I was given a full-time job due to volunteering at the school’ - Julie
Please contact the school if you are interested in becoming a volunteer.