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TESL - at school
Welcome to the TESL scheme!
Before you commence with your volunteering, please spend some time getting familiar with the documentation below.
As much as we would love to just let you get on with it, it is our legal responsibility to make you aware of the policies and guidelines.
TESL Project Handbook
Safeguarding Children Guide
"What is a learning disability?" handout from Autism and Learning Disabilities Awareness course
SCA Reading Resources - list of categories to give you an idea what's available
SCA Reading Resources - detailed list of titles (catalogue)
Health and Safety brief
|HAZARD||RISK||ACTION TO BE TAKEN|
|Volunteers not suitable to work with children||low||All volunteers complete an Enhanced CRB form. Two references should be gained for all volunteers|
|Inappropriate contact outside of school||medium||Volunteers and students should only contact each other during the set sessions of the activity and through the approved means eg school email only. No mobile phone numbers are to be given out. If students need to contact volunteers they can do so through the Student Community Action office.|
Additional measures in place
- Volunteers should make themselves aware of and should adhere to the health and safety policy of the school.