Music tutor assistants will support music tutors in their classes as they teach orchestral instruments, choir, musicianship and percussion to children aged 5 to 11 years old.
Music tutor assistants will: Make sure the children are happy and engaged, joining in, learning and having fun; Help manage disruptive and negative behaviours; Support children when they are struggling in their classes or struggling socially; Act as great role models for the children, showing co-operation, respect and generosity.
Gain experience in: Child behaviour management, Musicianship skills, Teamwork, Leadership, Time management, Teaching skills.
Volunteering for the Rauhī Poject gives people the chance to make a meaningful difference to the lives of less advantaged children, while embracing music, learning new skills and working with an awesome group of people.
By participating in this volunteering opportunity you are helping achieve the following United Nations Sustainability Goals;
Goal 3 - Good health and well being
Goal 4 - Quality education
Goal 10 - Reduced inequalities
No experience or specific skills required, although experience with children is preferred, and any musical knowledge is a great advantage. Positive, kind, bubbly, patient and enthusiastic.
Ability to speak and understand English at a confident level is required - If you are not sure if this is you, feel free to enquire and I can meet with you to discuss your suitability.
Assistants will support us during our after school programme which runs from 2:40pm to 5:10pm Monday to Friday. People are welcome to help us just one or two days a week, or more if they are available. We do ask that volunteers commit to at least one whole term to help build stability for the children involved.
The first step is to express your interest by filling out the form below. We will then put you in touch directly with the organisation for more information on the role and how to proceed.
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