Our work in schools is based on the philosophy that it takes community to raise a child and child care skills are essential to a healthy society.
You can contribute to our programmes by providing opportunities for students to gain skills in early childhood learning and the care of infants, toddlers and young children. These skills may be utilised as support for kaiako, kaiāwhina and carers in the early childhood area, leading to improved outcomes for communities, whānau and parenting.
You will be contacted by your Plunket local Parent Coordinator when they are organizing parents for a session to see if you are available and they will let you know what is expected to happen in each session.
Parent volunteers support some practical sessions.
More information provided in the Volunteer Parent Guide booklet.
Experience the satisfaction of sharing your knowledge and parenting skills with the next generation of parents by contacting the team.
Email or call our Education in Schools team