Research shows clear benefits for children when parents become actively involved in their child’s learning and development from an early age.
Being a committee member is an ideal opportunity to become practically involved in this aspect of your child’s life. It will also make a real difference to how the setting is managed.
You will personally benefit by updating existing skills and learning new ones as well as putting something back into the community.
Many of the skills used in managing the pre-school can be transferred to paid employment.
Volunteering at the pre-school is all about opportunities – for the preschool, but also for yourself – and potentially a new direction in your life. For more information or to get involved, please contactGemma Hardy, Business Manager.