Team mates enable children to have fun involving many activities and help them to relax and have rewarding experience which will help them to deal with challenging times.
To attend meetings.To co-ordinate use of hall.Help generally to promote events to local supporters.Assist committee to source sponsorship for events.
Attending Family Forum meetings every eight weeks.Gathering some questions and views from centre user prior to meeting.Gathering some questions and views from centre users prior to meeting.Feeding back decisions to centre users.
Duties would include ensuring the social space is kept tidy.Building relationships with specific families to support their use of the centre.
Attend meetings every 8 weeks .Contribute ideas and engage in discussions.Directing any confidential enquiries to relevant person.
To plan and set up an Arts and Crafts session in the special area in line with the Play and Learn together agenda.Working under close supervision to develop and create ideas for the session.
Welcome visitors/families to the centre.Supporting visitors/families in access to computers/coffee machine and oral health products.Helping parents with computer related queries such as cv’s
To plan and set up an Arts and Crafts session in the special area in line with the Work and Play Agenda.Working under close supervision to develop new creative ideas for the session.Directing any confidential enquiries to a member of staff.
Circles South East is an award-winning community initiative which works alongside Police and Probation supporting, monitoring and maintaining registered sexual offenders living in the local community.
Volunteers are required to work as part of a small group supporting and monitoring one registered sexual offender (Core Member) living in the local community. Groups meet on a weekly basis to assist the Core Member with issues such as relapse prevention, confidence building, community integration and employment. Volunteers are also required to monitor the Core Member’s attitudes and beliefs and feed back any areas of concern to their Co-Ordinator. Volunteers are responsible for taking minutes of meetings on a rota basis, and Role Play an important in the on-going risk assessment and management of the individual they support.
Volunteer hosts invite an international student to visit for a day or weekend or over Christmas, Easter or New Year.Â The student will be studying in the UK at University or college and will be over 18 years.Â They stay as guests in the home for a short period.The hosts and students are match based on mutual interests by the local Regional Organiser who gives full support.Â Hosts can invite students occasionally, for instance just at Christmas, or frequently to suit their lifestyle.Â Â Â Hosts can opt to have a single visitor, friends travelling together, couples or families; whatever suits them.
There is no expectation that hosts will act as ‘tour guides’, but students often appreciate the chance to see something of the area or to go to local events such as village fetes.
We find that the matching system works very well with hosts and their guests have lots to talk about and very often long-term friendships are formed.
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