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Schools Service

Speak out. Stay safe. Volunteer Information Meeting

Schools Service

Speak out. Stay safe. Volunteer Information Meeting

Speak out. Stay safe. Volunteer Information Meeting

  • Location:
    Banbury, Beaconsfield, Bicester, Buckingham, Chesham, Chipping Norton, Didcot, High Wycombe, Tring, Wantage
  • Closing Date:
    28 June 2024
  • Commitment :
    Volunteering takes place during weekdays within schools hours
NSPCC Schools Service Volunteer

 

We are looking for new volunteers all over Buckinghamshire, and Oxfordshire to be Speak out. Stay Safe Volunteers. You would visit primary schools local to you to help us protect a generation of children from abuse and neglect.

 

In 2022 the NSPCC's Speak out. Stay safe volunteers returned to primary schools. As a Speak out. Stay safe. volunteer, you will visit primary schools to deliver Speak out. Stay safe. workshops that teach children about the different types of abuse and how they can speak out and stay safe. Our Speak out. Stay safe. workshops are age-appropriate and memorable and need an energetic and enthusiastic person to deliver them. You'll work alongside other Speak out. Stay safe. volunteers to make sure at the end of each session the children feel empowered and know who they can speak out to if they are worried.



If you are interested in volunteering as a Speak out. Stay safe. volunteer and want to find out more about the role, the next step is to attend a Volunteer Information Meeting, which is a fantastic opportunity to:



• Meet with staff as well as volunteers to ask any questions you may have
• Learn more about the application process and your volunteer journey

Our meetings are designed to help you decide whether you want to apply – there's no obligation or expectation that you'll apply if you attend one. At the meeting, you'll also receive information on other ways you can become a supporter of the NSPCC.


If you have any questions or experience any issues, please contact the Volunteer Recruitment Team at VolunteerRecruitment@NSPCC.org.uk 

 

For this role, we can only accept people over the age of 16. 

 

Interested in getting involved? Volunteer today and join our fight for every childhood.
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Volunteering in the Schools Service team The application process

As an organisation, we are committed to creating and fostering a culture that promotes safeguarding and the welfare of all children and adults at risk. Our safer recruitment practices support this by ensuring that there is a consistent and thorough process of obtaining, collating, analysing and evaluating information from and about candidates to ensure that all persons appointed are suitable to work with our children and adults.

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