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Thank you for volunteering to work one-on-one
with some of the students at our school who
need extra help.
Smoking is prohibited by law in the classrooms
and anywhere on the school grounds.
SAFETY AND HEALTH
Volunteers are responsible for their own
personal safety and should notify the school of
any preexisting medical conditions.
Prescription and any other medications that
you normally carry with you must be handed in
to the school nurse on arrival and collected on
departure. If you require them, the nurse will
dispense them to you in her office.
A signing book is located at office reception.
Please sign this register every time you come
to the school. This is important for insurance
purposes and emergency situations.
After signing the book, collect a Visitor’s badge
from the office. This must be worn at all times
when you are on school premises. Remember
to return the badge afterwards.
Teachers will communicate with volunteers via
telephone, email or messages left at the office.
Always ask for messages. You may
communicate with teachers in the same
way – the preferred method is to leave a memo
in the relevant teacher’s pigeonhole. These
can be found at the end of the corridor in the
We understand that your time commitment is
entirely voluntary and therefore flexible. If your
personal schedule should change and this
affects your availability, please contact the
Coordinator for Volunteers at the school on
extension 402; alternatively, you could drop in
to her office situated in F block.
ROLE OF THE COORDINATOR
The Coordinator is responsible for matching
volunteer tutors with students, organising
tutorial rooms, ensuring student attendance
and overseeing volunteer tutor training. If you
encounter any problems, contact her as above.
In boxes 1–7 on your answer seet, write:
TRUE - if the statement agrees with the
FALSE - if the statement contradicts the
NOT GIVEN - if there is no information on this
- As a volunteer, you will be helping students individually.
2. You may smoke in the playground.
3. You cannot take any medicine while at the school.
4. If you forget to sign the register, you won’t be insured for accidents.
5. The best way of communicating with teachers is in writing.
6 You can choose your own hours of work.
7 The coordinator keeps student attendance rolls.
Read the text below and answer Questions
CAMPING IN THE BUSH
MINIMAL IMPACT BUSH WALKING
Responsible campers observe minimal impact
bush walking practices. This is a code of ethics
and behaviour aimed at preserving the natural
beauty of bush walking areas.
Good planning is the key to safe and successful
camping trips. Obtaining a camping permit in
advance of leaving to camp out overnight in a
national park is obligatory. Bookings are also
compulsory for some parks. There could be
limits on group sizes in some parks.
Occasionally campsites may be closed owing
to bush-fire danger or for other reasons. Always
obtain permission from the owner prior to
crossing private property.
As well as your usual bush walking gear, you
will need the right equipment for camping.
A fuel stove and fuel for cooking is essential:
not only is it safer, faster and cleaner; but it is
easier to use in wet weather. It is recommended
that you pitch a freestanding tent which
requires few pegs and therefore has less eco-
logical impact. Take a sleeping mat, if you have
one, to put your sleeping bag on for a more
comfortable night’s sleep. You will also need a
hand trowel to bury human waste – for proper
sanitation and hygiene.
The traditional campfire actually causes a huge
amount of environmental damage. If you gather
firewood, you are removing the vital habitat of
insects, reptiles, birds and small mammals.
When campfires lead to bush-fires, they create
enormous danger to native bush inhabitants
and bush-walkers alike and result in destruction
of the environment. Under no circumstances
should you light a fire in the bush.
Erect your tent at an existing site if possible;
otherwise try to find a spot where you won’t
damage vegetation. Never cut branches or
move rocks or disturb the soil unnecessarily.
Aim to leave your campsite as you found it or
Remove all rubbish – carry it out with you. Don’t
attempt to burn or bury rubbish because this
creates a fire hazard and/or disturbs the soil.
Animals can dig up buried rubbish and scatter it
about. Never feed the local wildlife – carry out
all food scraps as these disturb the natural
nutrient balance and can create weed
Keep on the track. Wear footwear suitable for
the terrain. Take a map.
The passage refers to three ways in which
campers should behave.
Classify the following behaviours as something
A must do
B may do
C must not do
jawablah dengan jawaban A (must do), B (may do), C (must not do) di atas untuk pertanyaan 8-14
8 get the landowner’s consent before walking across his land
10 Make a campfire in the bush
12 Use a freestanding tent
13 Dig a hole to bury rubbish in
14 Get authorisation before setting out to camp in a national park
15 Part-time workers are entitled to a higherrate of pay if they work more than their usual number of hours per week.
16 Casual workers may be hired by the hour or by the day.
17 A full-timer who takes a year off to have a baby can return to the same employer.
18 A full-time worker needs a doctor’s note if he is sick for 4 days in a row.
19 A full-time night-shift worker is entitled to 5 weeks’ paid holiday each year.
20 Any workers over 55 are entitled to 3 weeks’ notice of termination.
21 Casual workers can be dismissed without notice.