Mentors assist mentees with their schoolwork and related skills (e.g. literacy, numeracy and research). Many also offer advice and practical help around careers and accessing further and higher education.
Volunteers help at our busy after school club for children aged 4-11. Volunteers prepare arts and crafts for the students and supervise activities. They are also needed to prepare drinks and snacks and tidy up at the end of the session.
For the last 2 years, the Salusbury World team have been successfully recruiting and training volunteers to support Primary School children with their homework. The project was born out of the understanding that this group of young people face significantly more barriers to learning.
The volunteer tutors at Salusbury World provide English language lessons to migrant or refugee adults who are learning English language skills that are necessary for living in the UK. Tutors will prepare lesson plans and create appropriate materials to meet the students’ speaking, listening, reading and writing needs.
The advice and advocacy project at Salusbury World provides advice for migrant and refugee families on housing, benefits, health, immigration, community care, employment and family matters. Volunteers will help migrant and refugee families on CV- writing, help research job and educational opportunities.
Salusbury World provides classes for newly-arrived refugee and migrant adults to learn English language skills. Our qualified teacher prepares lesson plans and creates appropriate materials to meet the students’ speaking, listening, reading and writing needs. Our volunteers support the teacher and provide support to an individual or small groups of students during the lesson.