Our Volunteers Said...
"A particular highlight was teaching about sweatshops, recreating an in-class sweatshop environment with the promise of payment. By the end of the activity the children really understood just how unfair a sweatshop environment is."
~ Jack, Volunteer
"The students definitely enjoyed our 'Rooty Tooty Chair' activity, and their creations were very impressive! The teachers thanked us for the day and said the resources would be great to use again"
~ Tash, Charity Director
"The students were engaged in the hands-on crafty activities, and we received positive feedback."
~ Heidi, Volunteer
"The workshop went very well, everybody worked superbly and the activities ran smoothly, with the children interacting and giving good answers. We got everybody involved and made each task a joint team effort, and the children learned a lot.
I would fully recommend that others get involved in these workshops and give it a go!"
~ Rich, Volunteer
"I wanted to thank the volunteers for the way they came into school so well prepared and able to deliver, the teachers were very positive."
~ St. Barnabas Primary School, Worcester
"Ryan and Harry were great today, we had a really productive session. We made an amazing basket out of newspaper and the rest made notebooks using cereal boxes for the covers. The lesson won't be the same without you tomorrow!"
~ Regency High School, Worcester
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Interested in volunteering with our Educational Toolkit project?
Click Here to find out about the latest volunteering opportunities, or use the form below to contact Ben Hughes and register your interest.
_We would welcome the opportunity to visit more schools and groups in Worcester. If you're interested in learning more about the educational toolkit, or would like us to deliver a workshop in your school/group, please contact us using the form above