The Nottingham Education and Health Support (NHES) main aims are to see young people and their families overcoming severe educational, health, language and economic barriers to achieve their true potential. NHES believe that no young person should be disadvantaged by their background and provide a wide range of activities to target those most in need across Nottingham, providing academic support, health advice and accessible activities to help develop skills.

NHES run a variety of courses that Volunteers can get involved with to support children that attend the community activities, the roles are mainly focused on mentoring the children to build confidence, self-seem and support career outlook. Key areas of opportunity are:

Education Workshops - Supporting young people with English, Maths and Science to help develop children to reach their potential in the subject areas.

Health Awareness Workshops - Providing information to cover health issues including; obesity, diabetes, cardio-vascular disease, hypertension, stroke and Cancer. Assisting workshops delivered by GP's and Doctors to increase awareness of personal health and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

Summer School - Help run fun activities for young people including; art, crafts, drama, sports and day trips during the school summer holidays

Sport activities - You'll be supporting trainers to run and deliver various sports sessions for children and young people.

Parenting skills workshops - You'll be supporting trainers to help adults to support their children's learning programmes, both at school and home.

Sessions run on Tuesday evenings, Saturdays and Sundays. You can commit to sessions once a month, once every two weeks, or once a week - as long as you communicate this to the charity and turn up when you say you are going to, they are willing to be flexible.

 

This opportunity is based at the Djanogly City Academy in Hyson Green, which is easily accessible by tram or bus.

 - Register your interest online.

- The Student Volunteer Centre will then send you contact details for Parvez who will then contact you and invite you for an informal discussion.

- If you choose, you can go along and observe a session before commiting to volunteering.

DBS check will need to be completed - applications can take up to 4 weeks.

 

Contact Details


Student Volunteer Centre (SVC)

UoN Students' Union

C Floor, Portland Building

University Park,

Nottingham, NG7 2RD


Telephone

0115 846 8750


Email

volunteering@nottingham.ac.uk


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