RJ Volunteers are much appreciated. Indeed it is a special person who is willing to sacrifice their time and energy to commit to blessing the next generation and trust that they are equally blessed from their involvement with our students.

Our people are our strength

Want to get involved
serving others?

There are many ways to assist the RJ community, such as reading support in Junior School classrooms, as helper on excursions, Canteen food preparation, and assisting with fundraising activities e.g. Mothers Day Stall, RJ Spring Festival

Before assisting at RJ, Volunteers are required to provide a Working With Children Check (WWCC) Clearance number and their date of birth (for verification only).

  • Step and apply online for a free Volunteer’s WWCC, if you don't have one already.
  • Step Two: Once you have received the WWCC Application number, please attend a Roads & Maritime Services office with identification.
  • Step Three: Once you have received the WWCC Clearance number, send this number to together with your date of birth (for verification purposes only).
  • Step Four: Your number will be verified by the College and the WWCC Clearance number and the expiry date will be added to the Edumate records.
  • Step Five: You may now be involved in student based activities unless advised otherwise by the College (i.e. you will be advised if the verification is unsuccessful).

Volunteers are expected to read the Volunteers' Handbook to ensure they are well informed about the College's expectations and safety procedures. Volunteers will sign in and out at the relevant Reception area.

Please email if you have a particular interest in Volunteering activities. We would be delighted to talk with you further about such opportunities.

I love helping the little ones read. I get great pleasure in seeing their enthusiasm towards learning and their improvements each week.
Mrs Batey (Grandparent)
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