CATSS Primary

Children Achieving Through Student Support is an extremely worthwhile, challenging, yet rewarding, flagship project. CATSS provides a time of respite for 23 local children, aged 7-11, from hard to reach backgrounds. Through fortnightly training, you’ll provide the awesome experiences these children deserve, helping them to develop social skills and give them the time, space and fun every child needs! As well as gaining a range of certified training, as a volunteer, you’ll get the chance to lead a range of exciting activities. On our action packed three daytrips and weeklong residential, there will be activities such as wheelchair basketball, crafts, swimming, a trip to the farm and a day at the beach just to name a few!

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You will be part of one great team of dedicated students, who become great friends, aiming to give these children an amazing week!

CATSS is a life-changing project for all involved, children and volunteers alike!

In 2014-15, the project received £4,460 in funding from BBC Children in Need in order for the project to run.

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Where? Around the Durham area

When? 2 day trips and weekly training in Epiphany term; residential week in Easter’ final day trip after exams

Applications for our CATSS Primary and CATSS Secondary Project Leaders are now open! 

Please look at the information pack found below, and then you will need to fill in the application form and return it to Luke at community.action@durham.ac.uk by 5pm on Friday 12th May.

CATSS Leadership Team Application Form 2017-18

CATSS Project Leaders Information 2017-18

Interviews for these positions will be on Monday 5th and Tuesday 6th June.

 

 

Take a look at the 2014-15 Volunteer Diary!

Contact Emily at catss.sca@durham.ac.uk

 

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