Learning volunteers assist the Learning Assistant to deliver the museum's school learning programme to visiting groups from schools. The programme gives teachers and children the chance to learn more about their local significant figure, Gustav Holst , whilst experiencing life in a modest Victorian home.
You will lead elements of the schools sessions guided by our learning assistant. Good communications skills are essential and experience with children or in education is desirable.
Why get involved?
Be part of a team promoting and preserving the Holst Birthpalce Museum for present and future generations. Volunteering is a great way to meet new people and this role can also help develop skills in education. Children are our future and we value the relationships we have with local schools.
How to get involved?
Step 1:Sign into your account or sign up
Step 2: Accept the challenge
Step 3 : Contact the Curator firstname.lastname@example.org or the Volunteer Manager email@example.com
A volunteer application form can be downloaded from the museum website: http://holstmuseum.org.uk/volunteers/
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