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Magill School

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Volunteers play a vital role ensuring that Magill School can deliver a range of important programmes to our community.

Why volunteer?

Whilst volunteers provide tremendous support to the school community, the very act of volunteering can also greatly benefit individuals who choose to volunteer.

Volunteering is an opportunity to give back to the community, to develop new skills, meet new people and build long lasting relationships.

Volunteering will enable you to:

  • Contribute to a community service
  • Broaden your skills
  • Meet people, make friends and be actively involved in the school community
  • Build personal confidence and self-esteem
  • Gain a sense of satisfaction, knowing that you have made a positive difference to the lives of others

Magill School Volunteer Program

All volunteers must have a current Working With Children Check (WWCC) and have completed the Responding to Risk of Harm, Abuse and Neglect Education and Care (RRHAN-EC) fundamentals online course for Volunteers.

The following opportunities' are available for volunteers in the school community.

Classroom Support:

  • Hearing children read
  • Accompanying excursions
  • Attending camps
  • Helping in swimming program
  • Class cooking
  • Class activities

Resource Centre:

  • Covering, repairing and reshelving books
  • Assisting R-2 classes in borrowing reading texts

Sports coaching / Team managing

After School Sports programs include Cricket, Hockey, Netball, Soccer and Australian Rules Football.  We require volunteers to fill the roles of coaches and team managers. Coaches are responsible for training and game day, while a team manager assists the coach by communicating with the team, association and school.


  • Governing Council
  • Sub-committees of Governing Council (Finance, Fundraising, Parent Engagement, Sport, OSHC)

Volunteer Application Process

If you are interested in volunteering in any capacity please click here for information relating the application process

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