the word tutoring written in colourful chalk on blackboard

SPARK’s Bright Spark Tutor program pairs newly arrived children in year 5 and 6 with a skilled volunteer Tutor who assists in the delivery of an individualised learning plan. We require Tutors with a formal qualification in Education, or equivalent experience teaching children: such as overseas teaching experience.

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Woodville Alliance disAbility Services
My Life, My Future
23 May 2018, 6.00pm
44-46 Mandarin St, Fairfield East

Depressed Young Man Talking To Counsellor

Fairfield Liverpool Youth Health Team FLYHT currently has no waiting list for clients to see a doctor or nurse. If anyone has clients who would like to access this free service, they will be seen ASAP. FLYHT has a doctor that comes every second Friday. Services include:

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Fairfield Youth Advisory Committee (YAC) presents the views of Fairfield City’s Youth to Fairfield City Council and the wider community, ensuring that young people are given a voice at Local Government Level. 

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Lost in Books
Midautumn Open Mic Night
24 May 2018, 6.00pm-9.00pm
2/40 Harris St, Fairfield

colourful teen silhouettes

Lost in Books' Here I Am is a free 10-week program which uses artist-facilitators to help high school students tell their own stories through music, film-making and other media. The program is focused on helping young people see the opportunities for working in the creative industries to tell their own stories.

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Fairfield’s Disability and Education Forum
2 July 2018, 3.30pm
Smithfield Public School, O'Connell St, Smithfield

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Woodville Alliance
GeekAbility Open Day
7 June 2018, 10.30am-12.00pm
Ground Floor, 44–46 Mandarin St, Fairfield East

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Fairfield City Council’s #CaptureFairfield photography competition is on again as part of Local Government Week 2018. The competition is open to primary school students, secondary school students, amateur photographers (16 years and over), and professional photographers (16 years and over).