VOLUNTEERING AT WORAWA COLLEGE
Worawa welcomes volunteer support.
The Worawa Model of Learning has been designed to make a ‘difference’ to our students.
Girls entering the College bring with them a range of knowledge, skills and understanding from within their home community and the broader community. The Worawa approach is to celebrate our students’ achievements and to plan a challenging Personalised Learning Plan (PLP) which will support them to grow as a learner and a citizen who will contribute to their Community and the Nation.
Instrumental to our support of our individual students is the assistance the College receives from our dedicated VOLUNTEERS.
Worawa volunteers commit to provide regular support to individual students and/or assist students within the classroom setting. Volunteers are supported by our Volunteer Coordinator who organises timetables and resources.
Those who would like to explore the possibility of volunteering at Worawa are asked to make a time for an interview. At interview we ensure that the aims of the volunteer are compatible with the aims of the College. All volunteers are required to have Working with Children clearance from the Department of Justice. A first aid certificate and endorsed drivers licence would be an advantage.