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Volunteer Teachers / Teaching Assistants to deliver nutrition and lifestyle-based interventions in Bognor Regis secondary school!

Collaboration for Kids


Posted over 30 days ago...

You will ensure the effective delivery of innovative and engaging CFK interventions to inspire secondary school aged children to turn away from ultra-processed foods and choose real and natural foods, the way nature intended!


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Bognor Regis, PO21 5LH

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Expires at anytime

What will you be doing?

In arguably one of the most important voluntary roles within the Collaboration for Kids (CFK) project, you will be responsible for delivering our educational program and key messages to a group of Secondary School children (13-15 year olds) in a school in Bognor Regis.   You will work within a small team to deliver our first CFK pilot intervention through a series of weekly face to face workshops starting at the beginning of the summer term. You will also play a key role in building relationships with the school and the children and may be required to assist in the collection of baseline and post intervention data, providing feedback and learnings to assist in continuous improvement and innovation.   To be successful in this role you will: - Have experience delivering educational sessions / resources / programmes to Secondary School aged children - The ability to build rapport, engage and inspire teenagers - Have a genuine and visible passion for nutrition and changing the eating behaviours of teens - Be organised and structured in your approach and delivery style, ensuring CFK materials and key messages are consistently delivered - Have strong interpersonal and communication skills (both visual and verbal) and fluency in English     General – About CFK Roles  As a team of volunteers, we are ever so grateful to everyone who agrees to contribute some of their valuable time to the project, but as a minimum we ask for a commitment of 3-4 hours per week on average (5-6 hours for Team Lead roles).     All are voluntary positions with no remuneration offered other than what we hope will be a huge amount of job satisfaction and fun, working with like minded people with a passion for making a real difference to future generations.    There is scope to expand this role as appropriate and desired and we actively encourage job sharing opportunities where appropriate.     

What are we looking for?

Essential experience for this ‘intervention delivery role’ is that you have experience delivering educational programmes / sessions to teenagers AND a real passion for nutrition and changing the eating behaviours of our teens   Qualifications wise, ideally you will have (or be studying towards) a degree or something similar in Education, Nutrition, Health Coaching, Child Public Health and /or Public Health (or any other relevant qualification)   As the role involves delivering face to face workshops starting at the beginning of the Summer Term in a Bognor School, you must either live locally or be willing and able to travel to Bognor Regis on a weekly basis.

What difference will you make?

The impact you will have in this role is huge and extremely important. You'll be 'on the ground' working closely with educators, parents/carers and children to co-create interventions to change the eating habits of our children and future generations!


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