NSPCC school service volunteers needed in Shropshire

The NSPCC is looking for new volunteers from all over Shropshire for its Speak Out, Stay Safe programme. No experience is required, just a passion to make a difference!

As a Speak Out, Stay Safe. volunteer, you will visit primary schools to deliver our workshops that teach children about the different types of abuse and how they can speak out and stay safe, helping to protect a generation of children from abuse and neglect. The workshops are age-appropriate and memorable and need an energetic and enthusiastic person to deliver them. Full training and support is offered as you work alongside other Speak Out, Stay Safe volunteers to enable children to feel empowered and know who they can speak out to if they are worried.

Visit NSPCC Volunteering | Job description if you are interested in volunteering and want to find out more about the role by attending a Volunteer Information Meeting. This is an opportunity to meet with staff as well as volunteers to ask any questions you may have and to learn more about the application process.

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. If you have any questions, please contact Kate Warner (Schools Coordinator) at kate.warner@nspcc.org.uk



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