Would you like to be one of our valuable volunteers?
St Bernard State School has an established Volunteer program that supports students in literacy and numeracy. Students receive individualised tutoring sessions with wonderful community volunteers, who are trained by our staff to scaffold learning for students having difficulties.
Our amazing volunteers bring a wealth of real life experiences and skills to our school.
The Volunteer program also caters for students who are performing well beyond their peer cohort and would gain from opportunities to further extend their skills. This one-to-one working relationship between community member and student is invaluable in building self-confidence in our students, and developing their skills through a safe partnership.
The St Bernard State School Volunteer program supports our school motto:
'Every child can learn and every child can achieve'
Call Sue Antill (STLaN – Support Teacher for Literacy and Numeracy) on (07) 5545 7666 or email: email@example.com to register your interest.
We really look forward to meeting you soon.