How it works
Teach Green is a weekly club for children aged between 7-11 to have fun while learning about environmental issues. Volunteers run fun, interactive sessions that use games, puzzles and art to engage children in the topics we cover. Teach Green is an eight-week programme that covers eight different environmental topics, from the rainforest to recycling!
We believe education is key to tackling climate change, so we are working to empower young people with the skills, passion, and knowledge to challenge the issues facing our planet.
When & where
Starting in October 2019, we will be running Teach Green at West Oxford Community Association in partnership with Low Carbon West Oxford, open to all children between 7-11. Sessions will be on Wednesdays from 4-5pm, from 9th October onwards.
Volunteers are expected to commit weekly for the full eight weeks, as far as possible, preparing for and delivering the weekly sessions.
✔ This opportunity is open to local people and students.
✔ You can volunteer on this project if you have a disability. If you would like to, you can fill out the Accessibility Requirements form on the volunteer application and let us know what we can do to support you.
✔ This opportunity is wheelchair accessible and has step-free access.
✔ You can take part in this opportunity with a carer or support. If you require support when volunteering, get in touch and we can match you with a volunteer supporter.
Oxford Hub is committed to making our activities inclusive to all volunteers. We will make reasonable adjustments to application processes, training sessions, volunteering projects and other activities, and we pay back volunteer expenses such as bus tickets. We also provide ongoing support for the volunteers we work with, so if you have particular accessibility needs, including special educational needs, you can fill out the Accessibility Requirements form on the volunteering application and let us know how we can help. Please email email@example.com if you have any questions.