Box4Life plans free maths and english tuition

Free Maths and English

Would you be interested in free maths and english tuition and homework support for any 11-18 year olds in your family who are not doing as well in school as you would like?

If so, please reply to this email by telling us:

1. their age:
2. gender:
3. whether they need help in maths, or english, or both:
4. at which level: GCSE or A Level:

Please answer each question in your reply.

We are applying for a grant to deliver this tuition, by suitably qualified and experienced teachers, but before we apply we need to know the potential numbers.

The service will also be designed to help young people who are becoming de-motivated or disengaged with studying generally, or who need help in raising their aspirations about getting a job. This could include helping them to present themselves to employers, filling out application forms etc.

The grant we are applying for is linked to sport, so it can ONLY be given to young people who attend our non-contact boxing sessions - which will also be free.

We plan to offer this service on Tuesdays at 5pm (for 5.30 start) pm at Cann Hall Baptist Church, Cann Hall Rd, so it can run into our 6.30 - 8.30 training sessions.

The grant programme is called Sporteducate and is designed by one of our funders, The Sported Foundation, in partnership with Deutsche Bank. Sporteducate aims to equip young people at risk of failing in their studies with the tools they need to succeed in progressing to further education, employment or training.

If we are successful in winning this grant the project could begin in July.

Please let us know if you are interested,

 

Volunteer Administrator/Bookkeeper

Box4Life is a small 4-year old charity with a solid community base and good connections with mainstream services and other agencies. It provides non-contact boxing for 8-18 year olds, primarily in Leytonstone, with a clear focus on the social and emotional development of young people.

Over the next 3 years we want to develop a robust administrative backbone for our accounts, membership and monitoring processes, and develop our educational services.

We are seeking a person committed to supporting young people, with organisational and data management skills, ideally with experience or talent in helping small teams work smarter.

Job Responsibilities

  • Manage accounts, including monthly payments to sessional staff, preparing cash-flow forecasts and arranging annual audits.
  • Maintain membership records, including analysis of membership trends by age and postcode, and assist with email campaigns.
  • Work closely with the Box4Life Manager in all the above, including preparation of budgets for funding applications and monitoring reports for funders.
  • Collaborate closely with staff and other volunteers, including those working on a major fundraising event in November 2014.
  • Advise on and help implement improvements in accounts, membership and monitoring systems.

Salary Range:This is a voluntary position

Location: The volunteer administrator/bookkeeper  would work remotely, but would also need to travel to occasional sessions and meetings with trustees in Leytonstone/Wanstead.

Hours: We anticipate that the workload would be up to one day/week.

Reports to: Peter Sandy/Mark Rule


If you would like to contribute to our work, please send an email to  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it about yourself with a CV, or call Peter Sandy on 079 7315 9462.


 
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