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Primary/Middle Non Classroom Support

  • Location: Stockton-on-Tees
  • Start date: 23 Apr 2019
  • Category: Primary
  • Job reference: PE11135697
  • Branch: Middlesbrough
  • Consultant: Emma Cairns
  • Call: 01642 200 174
This vacancy has now expired.
Job description
Lunch Supervisor - Stockton On Tees- Monday- Friday- 12:00-1:00pm

Job Purpose:
· To be responsible for the supervision and control of pupils during lunch time.
· To support school behaviour management by supervising areas of the school during lunchtimes and providing
activities to divert pupils from engaging in unruly or antisocial behaviour.
· The post holder will be responsible for the safety, welfare and good behaviour of pupils during lunchtime.
Main Duties and Responsibilities
· To supervise and organise play for the pupils during the lunch break.
· To deal with incidents of unruly behaviour following the school behaviour policy.
· To take directions from the Senior Lunchtime Supervisor, the Deputy Lunchtime Supervisor and other senior
members of the staff.
· At the conclusion of the lunchtime period, report to the Senior Lunchtime Supervisor on the general conduct
of pupils, incidents of unruly behaviour and any disciplinary action deemed necessary.
· To attend training and other meetings as required.
· To abide by the school policies and procedures, including equality procedures.
Pupil Health and Safety
· Ensuring Health and Safety and other school procedures are observed, reporting of accidents and taking
actions as required.
· Support the Leadership Team with evacuation procedures.
· Raise safeguarding concerns appropriately.
· Be aware of individual pupil circumstances i.e. food allergies, family background, SEN needs, and medical
conditions.
Pupil Behaviour
· To positively promote healthy, safe and considerate behaviour.
· To build appropriate relationships with pupils, providing a role model and leading by example.
· To proactively ensure pupil compliance with school's rules.
· To support other members of staff in managing pupil behaviour and providing activities.
· To deal with unruly or racist/sexist behaviour whether directly encountered or from referral by a member of
the lunchtime team.

For further information please email Emma.cairns@protocol-education.com or call Emma Cairns on 01642 205 952

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