Maths volunteers needed

We are looking for people with Maths teaching or tutoring experience to help with extra one-to-one support and/or practice towards exams. If you might be able to help, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Libby: lruffle@suffolkrefugee.org.uk

To take on this role, you will ideally be:

  • available to volunteer every week for approx an hour during standard working hours (Mon – Fri 9am – 5pm), times and days to be agreed
  • qualified or experienced in teaching or tutoring Maths
  • aware of the challenges facing people in the asylum system or who have refugee status
  • patient and flexible
  • committed to working within the aims and policies of Suffolk Refugee Support

If we don’t currently have the right volunteering opportunity for you, there are lots of other ways in which you can get involved and show your support for refugees in Suffolk (see below). If you have ESOL teaching experience and would be interested in future volunteering opportunities, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Libby: lruffle@suffolkrefugee.org.uk

  • Donate to our work with supporting refugees and asylum seekers in Suffolk. We are a small, independent charity and anything you can give will make a real difference.
  • Join our mailing list so you can keep up-to-date with regular Suffolk Refugee Support news, events and appeals
  • Hold a fundraising event, with our support
  • Offer a work placement for our clients or help us get in touch with business contacts who might be able to help
  • Become a member of Suffolk Refugee Support

 You can also keep up-to-date with the latest volunteer vacancies by following our Facebook page.

Suffolk Refugee Support is committed to equal opportunities and to supporting diversity both in the provision of services and as an employer. You can read our full Equality & Diversity Statement here.

Due to the vulnerable nature of our client group, w
e ask all volunteers, staff and trustees to provide two references, undergo an Enhanced Child and Adult DBS check, complete Safeguarding and GDPR/Health and Safety training and an induction session before volunteering. We know this can delay the process of getting started but hope you understand and will bear with us – we really do appreciate the generosity of time, energy and skills offered by all those interested in helping refugees in Suffolk!