How to play your part
You'll need to be available for:
- a 3 hour interview
- 2 school visits a month (during term time)
- our first class e-learning training module
- a 2-day training workshop.
You'll need to be the kind of person who:
- believes in the empowerment and protection of all children
- has the confidence to speak in front of a group of primary school children
- can communicate and engage with children
- has basic IT skills and regular access to email.
''I help to deliver assemblies and workshops and thoroughly enjoy my volunteering work for the Speak out Stay safe programme. It’s great and very satisfying to know that we're getting the message across to children that they don’t have to deal with anything on their own.''
Bernie Riley, NSPCC Schools Service volunteer
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