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We offer a wide range of roles to suit different personality types and skill sets, whether you have experience with working with children and young people or not. You can be able to offer one hour per year or one hour per week there will be something for you to do.

“Everyone should get involved with SUMT because we are really fun!” – Hannah Grove, Curriculum Coordinator

Here are some of the ways you can volunteer with SUMT:

Resource preparation either at home or in our office

  • Cutting out shapes
  • Laminating
  • Twisting pipe-cleaner crosses
  • Assembling craft kits
  • Sewing LifePath journey bags
  • Measuring out ingredients for Pulmentum
  • Washing dressing up outfits
  • Counting resources

For a specific event

  • Storytelling (in role and costume)
  • Leading a workshop
  • Helping children with craft
  • Loading, driving and unloading a van
  • Setting up a venue (moving chairs, tables and decorating)
  • Setting down a venue
  • Hoovering
  • Baking cakes
  • Serving tea and coffee
  • Logistics to manage event spaces
  • Cooking a meal
  • Staying overnight at a residential
  • Leading games
  • Washing up

Currently CU groups run on Wednesday, Thursday & Friday lunchtimes and after school clubs on Tuesdays and Fridays

Other jobs

  • Shredding
  • Cutting the grass
  • Gardening
  • Building maintenance
  • Handyman jobs
  • Window cleaning

If you think you could help us in any way whether as a one off or on a more regular basis, we would love to hear from you! Please contact Panda at to find out more.

Every team member and volunteer who works with us in schools is asked to agree to our volunteer statement, which is shared with the schools. We also provide training in the fundamentals of safeguarding. To read the volunteer statement in full click the link below: