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Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteering at King's

At King's Baptist Grammar School, we believe in fostering a strong sense of community and recognise the vital role parents play in their children's education. It brings us great joy to present an exciting opportunity for you to join our King’s Volunteer Community - a dynamic community that takes pride in voluntary efforts, working collaboratively to create a positive impact.

Recognising the challenges of Annual General Meeting attendance (AGMs) amidst busy schedules, we have revamped our volunteering approach to enhance flexibility and accessibility for all.

Promoting a family culture of volunteerism goes beyond involving just parents; it extends to include the invaluable contributions of grandparents, aunts, and uncles. Engaging extended family members in volunteering creates a more inclusive and supportive environment for meaningful contributions to our community.

We value your time and any contribution big or small, your participation will undoubtedly make a meaningful impact on our School.

Please select the following link to explore exciting opportunities as part of our King’s Volunteer Community.

Volunteer Training

King’s is committed to being a safe place for all people, with a special focus on the safety and wellbeing of children and young people. All volunteers must complete volunteer training which is conveniently accessible online via our Volunteer Portal. Your participation will undoubtedly make a meaningful impact on our school, and we look forward to welcoming you into this wonderful community of engaged families.

2024 Volunteer Opportunities

Occasional Support

  • Classroom Assistance and Excursions: Support teachers both inside and outside the classroom; for example, reading with students, small group support, excursions, Patch to Plate and classroom admin.
  • Event Help: Contribute to the planning and execution of School events; for example, House Games, Grandparents Day, Mother's Day and Father's Day events, and excursions.

Special Events

Term 1

  • Patch to Plate RM (9:30am-11:00am) & 3CH (11:30am-1pm): Friday, 16 February
  • Patch to Plate 1/2B (9:30am-11:00am) & 1/2S (11:30am-1pm): Friday, 23 February
  • Patch to Plate RM (9:30am-11:00am) & 3CH (11:30am-1pm): Friday, 1 March
  • Junior School House Games Year 3 students (Chaperoning a student group and travelling to Wynn Vale Campus): Friday, 15 March
  • Mount Barker Show: (Help with set-up, hosting stall and pack up) Sunday, 23 March
  • Whole School Assembly (Chaperoning students and travelling to Wynn Vale Campus): Thursday, 28 March
  • Cross Country Year 3 (Travelling to Wynn Vale Campus and helping direct students around track): Wednesday, 3 April
  • Patch to Plate: Dates TBC (Fridays)
  • SACSA Athletics Year 3: Friday, 3 May
  • Australia's Biggest Morning Tea: Thursday, 23 May
  • Patch to Plate: Dates TBC (Fridays)
  • Week 1 Swimming Week: Monday, 22 July-Friday, 26 July
  • Week 3 Swimming Week: Monday, 5 August-Friday, 9 August
  • Father's Day Breakfast: Wednesday, 28 August
  • Early Years House Games (Reception-Year 2): Friday, 20 September
  • Patch to Plate: Dates TBC (Fridays)
  • Year 2 Sleepover: Friday, 25 October-Saturday, 26 October
  • Christmas Box Collection: Friday, 1 November
  • Grandparents' Day: Friday, 15 November

Contact Us

If you have any questions or need further information, feel free to reach out to us via email.

Sign-Up to Volunteer

Your Details

Relationship to the School *
Name of Student
Have you completed your Volunteer Training with the School?  *

Volunteer Opportunities

Campus *

Please select the event that you would like to volunteer for. If you would like to sign-up to volunteer at multiple events, we kindly ask that you complete a new form for each event.

Wynn Vale Events *
Adelaide Hills Events *

Please use this field to tell us a more about how you would like to contribute, i.e. when you are available to volunteer, where or how you would like to support our classroom staff or events...

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge that everything in heaven and earth belongs to God.

We acknowledge the Kaurna people and the Peramangk people as the traditional custodians of the lands on which our schools are located.

We pay our respects to all elders, past, present and those to come, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.

We commit ourselves to pray and work for justice and reconciliation with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of Australia.