How to apply
Location: Birmingham (West and South only), Coventry, Dudley, Sandwell, Walsall, Warwickshire, Worcestershire
Volunteer's must be available during school hours e.g. 9.00-3.30pm and it is important to consider time needed to get to and from schools during (at times) busy rush hour traffic.
Could you be there for children?
In the average primary school class, at least two children have suffered abuse or neglect.
But thanks to our dedicated volunteers, who visit schools in their local area, we can give those children the confidence to speak out.
You too can change lives by delivering the assemblies and workshops we call Speak Out, Stay Safe. And the sooner you volunteer, the sooner you can make a difference.
Once you’re trained, you’ll be able to empower the children and young people in your community. Giving them knowledge that will help them stay safe from abuse and neglect.
Interested? Then take a life-changing step forward – for you and for children.
“The children we speak to are actually safer for it. That’s an amazing feeling.” – Ramon, Schools Service Volunteer
Training and commitment
Volunteers are asked to visit a school at least once a week during the in-school training period approx. first 3 months after the 2-day face-to-face training.
I am interested, what do I do next?
If you are inspired to become part of the team: