Session 291: Enough Time to Think & Volunteer?

Q1: This week is ‘Volunteering Week’. With this in mind, what extra-curricular activities are run in your setting?

Q2: In your experience, what are the benefits of running extra curricular activities?

Q3: What are the barriers to running extra curricular activities and how do you overcome them?

Q4: How do we encourage children to volunteer their own time to participate in various projects

Q5: How do you volunteer your own time outside of the ‘day job’ – besides joining in with ?

Q6: World Thinking Day was on Monday. It creates opportunities for young people to speak out on issues that affect them. How do you raise awareness of global issues in your setting?

Q7: What are your top tips for allowing ‘Thinking Time’ within your setting?

Q8: How do you encourage other educators to consider running projects or join chats like this if they are not on or embracing social media?



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