Educate people of all ages about Wildlife  with Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust (Ref: 1626)
 
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Interested in Wildlife? Enjoy educating and inspiring people? This is the role for you!

Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust inspires people and communities to appreciate and take action for nature in towns and the countryside. It provides a programme of activities for those within formal education (from early years to higher education) and works with pre-school children, families, holiday and uniform clubs, and provides learning opportunities for life-long learners and those with special educational needs.

You'll gain experience of working with or creating curriculum based material in an ‘outside the classroom’ learning environment; roles can be varied or specific to one area or target audience based on the interest and experience of the volunteer.

Things you'll be doing:

* Supporting the set up for educational visits
* Researching and creating activities for participants
* Replenishing educational resources
* Meeting and greeting groups
* Supporting small groups of learners in a variety of activities, EG: river dipping, artefact discovery, small mammal trapping
What are they looking for?

This role is suitable for those who are experienced or interested in working with children or looking to gain experience in the education sector. Education Team Volunteers may get the chance to work with school groups, Nature Tots (children under 5), Wildlife Watch Groups (ages 6-12), Secondary School students and adult learners.

Practical

Disabled toilet available, Volunteer expenses covered, Induction for volunteers, Insurance cover in place, Training provided

When: Mornings/Afternoons, any day
Age requirements: 16 upwards
Where?

Gloucestershire

About Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust
 
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Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust was founded in 1961 by a group of volunteers, led by Sir Peter Scott, who recognised that local wildlife was under threat. Since that first meeting, 50 years ago, the Trust has grown and now has over 500 active volunteers.

As they continue to protect wildlife and expand their areas of wildlife protection they are always in need for more volunteers to not just help on their nature reserve but engage with local communities through events and fundraising.

See all roles with Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust