JUNIOR SCHOOL SUPERVISOR ROLES
Required as soon as possible
Badminton School is seeking a Lunchtime Supervisor and a Late Stay Supervisor in the Junior School.
The Lunchtime Supervisor will be responsible for helping to ensure that lunchtimes run smoothly and that children are safe and enjoying themselves. Recent experience working with children would be an advantage. Paediatric First Aid experience is desirable but the School will provide training where necessary.
This is a part-time appointment based on 7.5 hours per week, working 12.00pm until 1.30pm Monday to Friday during term time. £8.72 per hour.
The Late Stay Supervisor will be responsible for organising and supervising after school care. This will include planning a programme of activities, keeping a register and ensure that Late Stay runs smoothly and the children are safe and enjoying themselves.
This is a part-time appointment based on 7.5 hours per week, working 3.30pm – 5.00pm Monday to Friday during term time. Rate will be pro rata in the range £18,360 - £20,400 per annum (hourly rate of £8.80 - £9.78 per hour), dependant on experience.
You can apply for either or both of the roles, please indicate on your application clearly which role(s) you are applying for.
Late Stay Supervisor:
Key Responsibilities for the Late Stay Supervisor at Little Acorns include:
The Late Stay Supervisor role is to organise and supervise after school care for pupils in the Acorns.
• To plan an appropriate programme of after school activities and keep a register of attendance;
• To ensure that Late Stay runs smoothly and that children are safe and enjoying themselves;
• To be responsible for pastoral care of the children in Late Stay and be familiar with the Rewards and
• To co-operate with other members of staff, sharing information, ideas and expertise;
• To attend relevant staff meetings which may, at times, be outside a normal school day if given reasonable
notice by the Head of the Junior School;
• To participate in the staff development programme and attend relevant INSET and other training days;
• To assist with cover for absent colleagues as directed by the Head of the Junior School;
• To promote good relationships between staff and parents;
• To establish and maintain a positive regard towards pupils.
Education and Qualifications:
Applicants must have appropriate academic qualifications for the role which must be a minimum NVQ Level 3 or equivalent.
Applicants will be personable, of smart appearance and have good social skills. They will be organised, punctual and efficient in organising their workload and managing their time effectively. They will be competent in the use
of IT. They will work well in a team and be responsive to advice and guidance. You will be bright, personable, hard-working and well-presented, with the utmost integrity. All applicants are
expected to share the School’s vision of the benefits that single sex education provides.
Junior School Lunchtime Supervisor:
Aim of the Role:
The Lunchtime Supervisor in the Junior School will be responsible for helping to ensure that lunchtimes run
smoothly and that children are safe and enjoying themselves.
General Responsibilities – Lunchtime Supervisor:
• To be in the Junior School Dining Hall as one of the adults supervising lunchtime for children in EYFS up to
• To monitor children’s eating habits and encourage them to eat enough and try new food;
• To help to promote suitable table manners for all children;
• To supervise children in the play areas, including rough patch or playground;
• To work closely with the catering team to ensure that food is served in a calm and effective manner;
• To manage the lunchtime routine for all year groups to help ensure that things run to time;
• To help the catering team to clean tables and chairs;
• To promote good behaviour in line with the School’s reward and sanctions procedure;
• To look out for children who are upset and actively help them to feel better;
• To administer basic first aid to any children who have an accident and are hurt (training will be provided
• To pass any relevant pastoral or safeguarding information that you have about a child on to the Junior
Education and Qualifications:
Good basic education to GCSE level in literacy and numeracy, or the equivalent. Recent experience working
with children would be an advantage. You will be Paediatric first aid trained or be willing to attend training.
Applicants will be personable, of smart appearance and have good social skills. They will work well in a team and
be responsive to advice and guidance.
Closing date for applications is 9.00am on 19 April 2021
Interviews will be held during the week commencing 19 April 2021
Suitable candidates may be interviewed before the closing date and the School reserves the right to withdraw the position if an early appointment is made. Applicants are therefore encouraged to apply early.
Badminton School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.