The Old Royal Naval College (ORNC) is one of London’s most famous riverside landmarks. Sir Christopher Wren’s twin domed masterpiece attracts over 1.8 million visitors a year and is in the top 11 visitor attractions in London. Areas open daily include the Painted Hall, the Chapel and the Visitor Centre.

The learning team use the inspiring history, geography and architecture of the ORNC to offer a range of creative learning opportunities for school groups, families, ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) and community groups.

For our school programme, we run a varied programme of workshops and projects for school groups, from Foundation Stage to Key Stage 5. Each year we welcomed about 5,500 pupils and teachers for facilitated workshops and self-guided visits. We also have around 4,000 children and adults participating in our family events.

The learning team need help with supporting school groups during their visit and ensuring that they have an informative, safe and highly enjoyable experience, helping with the preparation of workshop resources and supporting family activities. The learning volunteer will play a key role in helping with the smooth running of our learning programme We are seeking help from volunteers who are passionate about museum and heritage education, and keen to gain hands-on experience in a heritage learning environment.

If you are interested in building some experience working with children, running creative educational activities, whether you’re a student, a teacher or a training facilitator, then this is an ideal role for you!

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Closing date: 12 noon, 31 October 2019

Taster session and induction: We expect you to be available to attend a Taster session on September 18th and an Induction Training Day on September 25th

If you would to discuss the role with a member of our team, please contact Marina Paraskevaidi, Volunteer Manager at [email protected].

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