Sydney MCS’ Homework Support Program supports primary to secondary school students to remain engaged at school, by providing volunteer tutors to give assistance with their homework. The program is offered 1 afternoon per week 3.30 – 5pm Tuesday during school terms. The position will provide homework help for newly arrived migrant and refugee students aged 12 – 18 attending Primary to High School, many of whom have a low level of English. This program is part of Sydney MCS’ Settlement program which aims to increase capacity, connection and participation in the community. We provide services to humanitarian entrants and other migrants on eligible visas during their first 5 years of settlement in Australia.
Students will bring to the sessions their own homework that they need assistance with, and volunteers will be expected to assist them to the best of their abilities.
We are looking for volunteers to assist students one-on-one, or one-on-two, with primary to secondary subjects. Volunteers will also be expected to make basic but accurate records of the work completed after each session.
Students will be required to:
Tuesday afternoons during school terms
3 General Bridges Crescent, Daceyville NSW 2032
In your expression of interest please include:
Applicants who fail to address and/or submit all components of the application will not be considered for the position.
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