At Warradale Primary School, our goal is to make lasting impacts on our community, but we know we can’t do it without the help of our amazing volunteers. We welcome volunteers across a range of important roles in our school.

Volunteers can help children with their reading and numeracy, mentor students, coach a sports team, assist at camps or on excursions, help in the canteen or with breakfast club, join a school committee, and help at fundraising events.

Volunteering has many benefits, including personal growth and development, building new relationships and positively impacting the community. Volunteers help create a safe and diverse learning environment and directly support staff to facilitate rich learning experiences for students. Developing strong, creative and resilient learners who can positively impact the world around them, and volunteers play an important role in this endeavor.

All Department For Education (DfE) schools are mandated to comply with the Volunteer Policy and its accompanying procedure. In order to be a DfE and Warradale Primary School volunteer there are a number of documents required,

  • A current working with Children’s check
  • A completed volunteer application form
  • Certificate of completion for the Responding to Risks of Harm, Abuse and Neglect – Education and Care (RRHAN-EC Training)
  • Certificate of completion for the Online
  • General Induction

For more information about volunteering and how to obtain the above, please email Jo Green (jo.green777@schools.sa.edu.au) or call us on 08 8296 2678