Wildlife Watch is the junior branch of the Wildlife Trusts and the UK's leading environmental action club for kids. It encourages 5-12 year olds to have an interest in wildlife, and the world around them, through activities on environmental and natural history topics in a fun and educational setting. Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Watch has three local groups where children meet and have fun exploring their local environments and taking practical action for wildlife.
This is your chance to help inspire the next generation of environmentalists!
Being a Wildlife Watch Leader won't take up too much time and you don't need to be an expert - just enthusiastic, concerned about the environment and enjoy working with children and young people!
Leader role: 1.5 days a month
· Plan meeting activities and resources
· Support the Watch organiser in publicising the group meetings
· Ensure the safe running of the meeting including risk assessments
· Lead the meetings activities
· Help lead activities at Wildlife Watch Family Events
Experience of working with children is desirable. Volunteers will be fully trained and will receive support and guidance from local Wildlife Trust staff.
Volunteers must supply two referees and take part in an informal interview and have a DBS check. Leaders must be 18 years or over.
More information: To discuss these roles and to apply please contact the Trust's Education Officer on 0116 262 9968 or email [email protected]
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