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Volunteers

Volunteer Policy and Procedures
Volunteer Application Form
Screening Assessment
RAN Instructional Guide

Volunteers

Tyndale Christian School believes that voluntary workers can make a significant contribution to the School. Giving their time and sharing their skills and expertise with others is a blessing we celebrate.

Volunteers have a wide range of interests and abilities that complement School programs, providing a wider range of interactions and experiences for students.

DEFINITION OF A VOLUNTEER

A volunteer is any person who – without compensation or expectation of compensation –performs a task at the direction of and on behalf of the School.

A volunteer must be officially accepted and registered by the School prior to performance of the task.

HOW TO APPLY

You can apply to be a Tyndale volunteer through our online Canvas Volunteer Course, accessible for current families to Tyndale, and the wider-community. Please contact us via email with the following contact information to initiate the course:

  • First Name
  • Last Name
  • DOB
  • Postal Address
  • Phone Number
  • Email Address
  • Emergency Contact Name and Phone Number
  • Year levels of your child/ren attending Tyndale (if applicable)


CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

Weekly Basketball Coach
Do you have a love for sports and would love the opportunity to support students to have fun and learn all about teamwork? Tyndale Sports Office is seeking volunteers to assist in coaching some of our Weekly Basketball teams.
Weekly basketball plays a significant role in our student’s lives. The sense of community, team building, and mentorship by the coach to our players – watching them grow and develop – plays a crucial role in their enjoyment of both School and sports. Tyndale truly appreciates all our volunteers; the time that volunteers contribute to Tyndale, giving-back to the community of students and staff is immeasurable. Volunteers and their talents enrich our student’s lives every day!

If you have a heart for the Tyndale community and would like to make a difference in a child’s life, we invite you to register your interest here.

Learning Support Centre
Tyndale’s Learning Support Volunteer Program provides one-on-one and in class support for students. It focuses on supporting students in their learning through regular and positive volunteer contribution. Volunteers spend 45 min a week with their student or class throughout the year. Depending on your availability you may choose to support more than one student per week; opportunities are available in all three sub-schools. If you have a heart for the Tyndale community and would like to make a difference in a child’s life, we invite you to register your interest here.

Electrician for Design and Engineering Class
Tyndale Senior School is seeking a certified electrician volunteer. Early in Term 2, the Design and Engineering students will be building a box with electronic parts and they will need to connect to 240V. We are seeking a certified electrician (retired or still working) to spend approximately 5 hours over 2 weeks supporting the students with this project in class under the supervision of teacher Ryota Kikuchi. You can lodge your Expression of Interest here.

 

QUESTIONS

If you have any further questions in regards to volunteering, please contact our Community Liaison Officer on 8282 5100 or email.

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