Frankston North
3 hours per session - negotiable (during school terms only)
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Support students to learn and practice skills and enjoy games in a friendly, non-threatening and supportive environment

The Enhancement Activities Program is aligned to this fundamental objective and recognises the that the experience of poverty is complex and not only involves economic hardship but exclusion from many aspects of social and civic life. The Enhancement Activities Program encompasses multi-generational and diverse learning opportunities. It aims to support disengaged students to improve connection to the school community and their engagement with learning opportunities, by providing a coordinated approach to before, during and after school activities. Sharing resources across 3 school sites, this program will enhance and extend the child’s school day through academic, personal and social opportunities, breaking the cycle of disadvantage and school disengagement.

The Games Activities Assistant will be part of a team who support students to learn and practice a range of different activities. In this role, there is opportunity to support students across any number of the following activities if you would like to.

Video Games Club is great way for students to socialise and have fun together. Students can play multi-player games against each other, play single player games, and spend time discussing gaming strategies and preferences.

Dungeons & Dragons is a fantasy adventure role playing game. opportunity for children to learn dance skills, have fun and express themselves. The game uses pencil and paper with a battle map and small mini figures to play.

Board & Card Games Club is a social activity were students can play various games and apply strategy whilst having fun.

Uno Club provides students with opportunities to use and play board and card games in a social and fun way. This club includes board, action and strategy games.

Chess Club provides students with the opportunity to master this timeless art while socialising, having fun and sharpening their minds. This club maintains an emphasis on emotional awareness and sportsmanship.

This role will operate across the following sites:

  • Mahogany Rise Primary School, Monterey Boulevard, Frankston North
  • Monterey Secondary College, Silvertop Crescent, Frankston North





Monterey SC

Video games


1.00pm to 2.15pm

Monterey SC

Dungeons & Dragons


3.15pm to 4.45pm

Monterey SC

Dungeons & Dragons


1.00pm to 2.15pm

Monterey SC

Board & card games


1.00pm to 2.15pm

Mahogany Rise PS



12.00pm to 12.45pm

Monterey SC



1.00pm to 2.15pm

What we're looking for:

We are looking for volunteers with:

  • An interest/s in the area/s that you are applying to volunteer in
  • Commitment and interest in supporting children and young people
  • Willingness to contribute to a team environment
  • Understanding of and commitment to the values and ideals of the BSL

    How do I apply?

    1. Understand if you’re eligible

    Check whether you meet the selection criteria by looking at the list above and reading through the Games Activities Assistant role description

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply. BSL is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    2. Provide your resume

    Your resume should include your work experience relevant to this volunteering opportunity.

    3. Fill out the screening questionnaire

    All applicants need to fill out the screening questionnaire to be considered for the role.

    4. Email your written application

    Email your application to volunteer@bsl.org.au



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