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The Learning Assistance Program (LAP) a student-centred and volunteer-based mentoring program designed to assist schools to implement one-on-one learning that supports, guides and enriches the wellbeing and learning outcomes of their students from Foundation to Year 6. It focuses on the wellbeing, academic, social and emotional needs of students through the powerful and positive contribution of mentors.
Through the involvement of valuable members of our College community, the Program allows us to provide additional support to students. Mentors meet their students once a week for one lesson throughout the year. They are carefully matched to build upon individual student’s strengths, interests and abilities.
As a LAP Mentor you will:
- Provide individual time and care for a student
- Accept students as unique individuals with unlimited potential
- Come from all walks of life with different experiences and talents
LAP Mentors help individual students to:
- Develop greater self-esteem and confidence
- Learn more about themselves and others
- Reinforce to them that they are special
If you would like to be involved in our College community in a meaningful way and you have a genuine interest in seeing young people grow in their education, faith and self-esteem, then we'd love to hear from you.
For more information about this Program, contact Katherine Papazoglou, Teaching & Learning Administrator email@example.com
How to become a LAP Mentor
To register to volunteer as a LAP Mentor, please register here.
We will then contact you with all the information you'll need to know about volunteering and the induction process.
All volunteers and parent helpers are required to provide the College with a current Working With Children Check (WWCC). To apply for a WWCC, please visit the SA Government website
In a mentor role, you will also be required to complete the RHHAN-EC Fundamentals Course (Responding to Risks of Harm, Abuse and Neglect – Education and Care).
We recommend you read the Volunteer Policy documentation available here.
If you have any questions, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 8292 3888.