A maths club to support youth from indigenous backgrounds.

Position description

Starting Tuesday 20 February, you will be required to assist from 2 to 4.30pm.

Students will arrive at 2.40pm for afternoon tea and then Maths Club runs from 3 to 5pm. Maths Club will assist primary-aged students to increase their maths skills and have loads of fun at the same time.

Student requirements

You will require a current Working With Children Check and an interview with Equity Pathways prior to beginning the program.




Earnshaw State High School, Banyo.

Operating dates and times

From 2 to 4.30pm each Tuesday during every school term


  • Equity Pathways
  • Earnshaw State College

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ACU Engagement
Email: aceengagement@acu.edu.au

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