Lake Windemere b-7 School


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Volunteer at Lake Windemere

We believe that voluntary workers can make a significant contribution to the school community by giving their time and sharing their skills and expertise with others. Volunteers may have a wide range of interests and abilities that complement school programs, thus providing a wider range of interactions and experiences for students.

Volunteers will be assessed for their suitability to work at the school. This assessment will be made in relation to the skills and contributions being offered.

Sequence of Steps for Volunteers

1. Make contact with the school to ascertain school needs re volunteers
2. Provide documentation for the criminal history check
3. Attend the Orientation meeting
4. Sign agreement form

For more information see
Lake Windemere's Volunteer Policy - PDF 79kb

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