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We are looking for adults that are available Saturday mornings and afternoons to volunteer at one of our Greenwich branch starting this September 2020.
Our volunteers act as classroom assistants, ensuring children engaging, are moving between classes correctly, giving teachers 10 minute warnings before the classes switch and supervising lunch times.
This term we especially require volunteers to help assist with the following:
Helping to implement social distancing between students
Supporting the teachers
Ensuring the correct hand hygiene measures are taking place
In exchange for volunteering at the school, we can offer: * References for employment and further education * Payment of any travel expenses (zones 1 - 6 only) * Priority for suitable paid positions which arise in the school * Encouragement and response to any suggestions you have for the running of the school
We are particularly keen to hear from people who hold a current DBS check, but this is not a requirement as this can also be completed as part of the application process.
If successful you will be invited to attend the staff risk assessment meeting online before the start of term to discuss the safety measures we will be putting in place for yourself and for the students.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Anna Fiorentini Theatre and Film School
Unit G34A, Waterfront Studios, London, London E16 1AH, GB
Our part-time drama schools in London work with children aged 4-18 years. We offer training in performing arts, as well as encouraging and supporting students with confidence and self-esteem. Whether they dream of being an actor or working in the industry or simply wish to enjoy taking part in a drama school, students will be given the chance to develop and explore.
The Anna Fiorentini Theatre & Film School, which is a not-for-profit organisation, opened in 2001 as a Prince’s Trust Business. Since then it has won multiple Business of London Awards and has a growing reputation within the performing arts industry. Our guiding principle is to provide a safe, supportive environment for all young people to explore the performing arts, whether they have dreams of entering the profession or simply wish to use the performing arts classes to learn some valuable life-enhancing skills.
Arts & Culture
Children & Youth
We'll work with your schedule.
James Wolfe Royal Hill CampusGreenwichLondon, SE10 8RZUnited Kingdom
April 8, 2021
Must be at least 18
We ask all volunteers to be able to commit to a minimum of one academic term.
DBS checked volunteers are preferred, but its not essential as we will provide that