LEGO Club Volunteer

Opportunity by Leicestershire County Council Communities and Wellbeing Service (Heritage and Libraries)
Location Glen Hills Library, Dorothy Avenue, Glen Parva, Leicester, UK

Have fun helping children at Glen Hills Library explore their creativity with LEGO as a Club Volunteer!

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About this role

Lego is an amazing way to get kids into libraries again and again. It teaches various soft skills that will shape the way that children work and interact with others including creative thinking, teamwork, communication, conflict resolution and problem solving. Lego enables children to be as adventurous as the want, allowing them to experiment, test out and build new ideas. It also helps develops fine motor skills, developing dexterity and strength in the fingers. Lego has broad appeal across the ages and works brilliantly as an intergenerational activity. Volunteers activities will include:

• Prepare and run Lego sessions in the library
• Welcome children and their parents/carers as they arrive and introduce new people to the group
• Select suitable Lego activities and different themes/ challenges each week
• Encourage and support children and their parents/carers to participate in the sessions
• Creation and sharing of promotional materials
• Use appropriate library resources for the sessions
• Help to tidy and clean stock in line with Covid-19 guidance


WHEN: Afternoon session in school holidays


• Looking to gain or develop experience working with children in a learning environment
• Sociable, friendly, and able to interact confidently with a range of people
• Good communication and listening skills
• Have a positive, patient, and sympathetic attitude
• Reliable and can make a regular commitment to the sessions
• Happy to follow all Covid-19 health and safety measures
• Aged 18 years and over


Location Glen Hills Library, Dorothy Avenue, Glen Parva, Leicester, UK

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