Volunteers play a vital role in TrinityLearning, enabling us to work with children, teachers and the wider school community and give them the support they need. From helping to set up workshop spaces to supporting children’s emotional literacy, our outreach work would not be possible without the invaluable input of our volunteers and we are very grateful and proud to work alongside them.
We’re committed to the safety and wellbeing of all those we work with and all volunteers who work with children are subject to DBS clearance and given relevant safeguarding training. We welcome volunteers from a wide range of backgrounds and offer all our volunteers training and support.
What do our volunteers say? “I would say, even if just a little bit of you might like to volunteer then don’t be scared and even if you don’t feel very confident then go for it because there’s lots of support and training and there’s other people and there’s things to help you so you don’t have to do it all yourself.” Click here to read more about our volunteer Katie and how she supports our work.
Current volunteering opportunities: Are you looking to support children and young people and learn new skills? We are planning to restart our two regular volunteering projects – Thinking Books and Kingfisher Singing Group – in Abingdon schools, hopefully from September 2021. Click here to find out more.
Volunteer Policies: These policies apply to all TrinityLearning volunteers, staff and trustees. Many of them relate specifically to staff and volunteers who work directly with children and young people, but all those volunteering and working for TrinityLearning are expected to be familiar with policies that are relevant to their role. Click here to see the volunteer policies.
Updates for TrinityLearning Volunteers