• Provide opportunities for all young people, particularly those in Years 13 and 14, to take part in internal school volunteering and social action opportunities.
  • Foster positive relationships with external volunteers involving organisations and provide all students, particularly those in Years 13 and 14, with information on volunteering opportunities within their local community.
  • Support students in documenting their learning and skills development through the Millennium Volunteers’ programme and celebrating this learning in UCAS personal statements, CV’s and application forms, thus impacting positively on their own self-esteem and personal development.
  • Recognise the commitment that students give to volunteering and social action within School through the various school and community based media.