Ask tutors if they would like to plan an activity to enrich the club. These activities should take place during the homework club time. Activities could include field trips, book clubs, games or a writing club.
Present information about topics that tutors are interested in, such as learning disabilities; anti‐oppression, the impact of violence on learning, or English as a Second Language. Resources for follow‐up training include this guide, the internet or guest speakers.
You may be able to send your tutors to workshops offered by other organizations in your community. Often libraries, schools and community agencies offer support to community‐based programs.
Discuss important dates, including holidays, dates the program will not be running and the last session.
After the meeting, take care of tutors’ requests and concerns as soon as possible. Put together a summary of the discussions and any decisions made during the meeting. Send these notes to all the tutors, especially those who were not able to attend the follow‐up session. And, if appropriate, follow up on any enrichment activity that you planned with the tutors.