Each term, we run a number of exciting one day events with schools from across Lancashire. These events are a great way to try your hand at working with children and to gain experience in working on projects across a whole range of topics and with pupils of different ages. These are usually held on campus, although we do occasionally go to the school too.
There are always plenty of opportunities for volunteers to take a lead on delivering activities and design their own games and tasks too. There is no long term commitment, just decide at least 1 week before each event if you want to take part. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Around the world Math’s Day
Running in weeks 3-6 (exact dates TBC)
We need enthusiastic volunteers to to lead a year 3 and 4 class in an exciting Math’s session
Pupils will complete simple math’s challenges in order to move further on the map. The group who travel the furthest from England will win the game.
Be a member of the ‘cabin crew’, little previous knowledge of math’s is needed
Creative Art’s Music Writing Session
30th April – 10.00-11.00
Working with Moremusic to create a song to be taught at the Creative Arts Celebration Event
Creative Art’s Celebration Event
1st May, 9am-12pm
In Lancaster town center at the Sanctuary
We need volunteers to run the Superhero Academy – leading games and helping with the assault course.
Volunteers would also support other activities on the day with this brilliant group of pupils.
Anyone is welcome to help, you don’t necessarily have had to taken part in the Creative Art’s sessions last term.
29th April- 10th May
Helping KS3 pupils report on the Curate the Campus events put on by LICA.
Pupils will visit the campus, attend LICA shows and have a chance to write up their experience.
30th April – 9.00- 2.30
Working alongside Culture Society on Campus to celebrate different cultures.
Help lead exciting games from around the world.
2nd May (1 hour), 9th May (1 hour)
Working at local high schools with year 11 pupils
Educate the pupils with exciting games about worldly and local issues.
5th June 1.00-3.00 and 6th June 9.00-12.00 in local primary schools
Water Aid Society have developed a project, showing the importance of water.
Work alongside the society to raise awareness about water consumption and make the pupils think about the wider picture.
Children of Chernobyl
Every Wednesday from 19th June for 4 weeks. Times TBC
On campus and in local schools
Activities delivered to children affected by the Chernobyl disaster, staying with host families for a month