Success for All

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Success4All run Learning Hubs and Clubs across deprived areas of the North East. We firmly believe that postcode shouldn't dictate educational outcomes and our aim is to close any existing attainment gaps between the poor and privileged. Our Learning Hubs run after school in relaxed, welcoming environments, where children can come to get homework help, 1 to 1 extra tuition or join extra curricular clubs.

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  • Code Club Assistant

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    Success4All is an educational charity that run Learning Hubs and Clubs in deprived areas across Newcastle. We provide safe spaces to learn with access to resources, the internet and support from volunteer Tutor Befrienders in the aim to give everyone an equal opportunity to succeed in education. Looking for volunteering with a bit of a technological twist, inspiring the next generation of animators and app developers? Then a Success4All Code Club might be the place for you! Code Club helps children to learn about the basics of programming in fun and exciting ways, making games and bringing Lego robots to life. The children develop their coding skills further to their IT lessons at school and are encouraged to use their creativity to make whatever they would like. Your role is to help the children work through problems when they get stuck and encourage them to build on their skills and try new things. We are looking for volunteers who are dedicated to attending the Code Club each week, but each club is only 1 hour long and there are 4 different clubs at different times and locations to choose from!

    • Area of InterestChildren and Young People, Education, Mentoring, Befriending and Advocacy
    • Volunteering TypeOn-Going Projects
  • STEM Challenge Programme Assistant

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    Success4All is an educational charity that run Learning Hubs and Clubs in deprived areas across Newcastle. We provide safe spaces to learn with access to resources, the internet and support from volunteer Tutor Befrienders in the aim to give everyone an equal opportunity to succeed in education. As a STEM Challenge volunteer, help us inspire the next generation of scientists, engineers, technicians and inventors. The STEM Challenge is a 6-week activity for children. As a team, they will work on a challenge faced by a leading North East technology and engineering company. Your role will be to support and engage with children over the 6 weeks. We are looking for reliable, committed, friendly and approachable volunteers who can make the child feel welcome and part of a team. You will need to have at least a C in Science at GCSE and eager to learn alongside the children and share the challenge-solving experience. Your role will be to guide children to reflect on their own scientific understanding to make conclusions from their investigations and solve problems that may arise. As well as helping them use scientific language to communicate their ideas and encouraging group discussion.

    • Area of InterestChildren and Young People, Education, Mentoring, Befriending and Advocacy
    • Volunteering TypeOn-Going Projects
  • Success for All - Tutor Befriender

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    Success4All is an educational charity that run Learning Hubs and Clubs in deprived areas across Newcastle. We provide safe spaces to learn with access to resources, the internet and support from volunteer Tutor Befrienders in the aim to give everyone an equal opportunity to succeed in education. Your role as a Tutor Befriender is to support children and young people with their homework and extra studies. You will help them with their studies, but also act as a positive role model that will boost their confidence. We work with children aged 8 – 18 with all subjects. You will work with a tutee in a subject and at a level that you feel comfortable with. You may work with a different child, with a different subject from week to week for drop in sessions, or you may be more suited for our one to one contracts. As a Tutor Befriender, you will need to have a C grade or above in English and Maths and have/be willing to obtain a DBS check. We are looking for people who have a warm and approachable character that the children and young people will respond to well.

    • Area of InterestChildren and Young People, Education, Mentoring, Befriending and Advocacy
    • Volunteering TypeOn-Going Projects
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