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May

Coram Beanstalk is looking for Reading Helper Volunteers

Coram Beanstalk provides one-to-one literacy support to children across Liverpool and Sefton who struggle with their reading ability and confidence. Becoming a Coram Beanstalk reading helper is a great way to make a difference to a child’s life and enjoy a rewarding volunteering experience.

With Coram Beanstalk’s volunteer programmes, you’ll help three children on a one-to-one basis, twice a week, for at least 1 year (starting at any time in the year). With your support, you’ll help them improve their reading ability, confidence and help them learn to love reading.

This simple method helps to motivate and support a child to feel more positive about their own reading, as well as check and deepen the child’s comprehension and enable them to have fun with books in a way that enriches and enhances a child’s learning, giving them the skills to succeed in their education.

The vacancies are spread throughout the city, but with a particular focus on L24, L4, L13, L5, L11, L20, L21, L23.

There is no deadline as it is ongoing and they are looking for roughly 40 people across Liverpool currently.

To apply, please visit the Coram Beanstalk website.

For more information, please click here. If you have a specific question that’s not covered in that link you can give them a call on 0207 729 4087 (Monday to Thursday, 10 am to 4 pm) or email admin@corambeanstalk.org.uk.

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