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‘Breakout' a four day activity programme is planned in the week beginning 6th April. Photo: Student Action

Student Action: Breakout

Student Action gives you opportunities to participate in or lead your own projects that help make a meaningful and beneficial contribution to people in the local community.

Finding it hard to fit in volunteering around your studies? Student Action are running ‘Breakout’; a four-day activity programme in the week beginning the 6th of April during the Easter holidays with disadvantaged children aged 8 to 10 from a local school.

Breakout involves trips to the Manchester Museum and Sealife centre, team games and treasure hunts, cake decorating and T-shirt making and everything and anything else! The aim is to inspire children to go to university and enjoy educational activities they may not usually have access to. Student Action wants to make an impact. You will be part of the team planning and designing and running the sessions, so we are looking for committed and enthusiastic people.

If you would like to be involved they can invite you to information and training sessions by email. Places are limited so get in touch! Never worked with children before? You’ll need a DBS check and can also gain experience on their weekly projects running children’s activity sessions in Fallowfield.

If you are interested in volunteering on any projects their next social is 25th Feb at the Students’ Union Activities Space.
www.manchesterstudentsunion.com/studentaction
[email protected]

Tags: breakout, disadvantaged children, student action

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