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Job Summary

Job Type
Cover/Lunch/Exam Supervisor
Contract Type
Part Time
Contract Term
Permanent
Start Date
1st September 2011
Salary
2025 per annum
Closing Date
27-Jun-2011

Lunchtime Supervisor

Reading School

Reading

Job Title: Lunchtime Supervisor                Reports To:   Facilities Manager
Reviewed: Annually
Grade/Pay Scale: RG3 Point 19 2025 per annum
Employment Status: Permanent
Hours of Work/FTE: 5 hours per week, Monday Friday, term-time only
Job Purpose:
To assist the leadership team in securing the safety and welfare of students during lunch time break.  This will involve effective supervision of students in and about the premises and site of the school in accordance with the general instruction of the Principal.

Departmental/Team Purpose:
Supervision and control of students at the tuck shop, play areas and other areas of the school. 


Main Tasks/Accountabilities

1. To supervise students at lunchtime whether indoors or outside in accordance with the instructions of the Facilities Manager. 
2. Organising dinner queue at the tuck shop, ensuring good behaviour and calm atmosphere.  Dealing with any poor behaviour that may occur by intervention or calling for assistance, reporting incidents to the Facilities Manager or other senior member of staff according to severity of incident.
3. Being aware of students on special or restricted diets for medical reasons from information provided by the school.
4. Ensuring students tidy/clear up in a satisfactory manner using the bins provided.
5. Sharing responsibility with other staff for the maintenance of order and discipline around the school site.
6. Supervision and control of students in the play areas and other areas of the school.
7. Ensuring that any students who suffer accident or injury are dealt with appropriate in accordance with the Schools agreed procedures.
8. To check that no student remains in outside areas when afternoon lessons are about to begin.
9. To have due regard for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and to follow the child protection procedures adopted by the School.

 

How to Apply

We require two lunchtime supervisors to supervise students during their lunch break from 1.15pm to 2.15pm. 


For further details of the post and an application form, please contact the Principals PA on 0118 966 2966, email: headspa@readingschool.reading.sch.uk or download from this site.

Reading School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of students and expects all staff to share this commitment.

The successful applicant will be subject to a CRB check.
 

Closing Date for Applications: 27-Jun-2011

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Employer Information

Employer Type
Secondary schools
Headteacher
Mr John Weeds
LEA/Region
Reading
NoR
890
Age Range
11-19
Address
Erleigh Road
Reading
Berkshire
Postcode
RG1 5LW
Telephone
0118 9015600
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Employer Details

Reading School

A Selective School for Boys, Day and Boarding

Reading School is proud of its long and distinguished history. We are an ancient school (800 years and counting) housed in a building of fine Victorian architecture. It is both a specialist environment for the very able and an important part of the life and culture of the town itself.

Every boy is encouraged to develop and attain his potential. Teaching and learning are key to what we do. Our teachers are highly skilled and thirsty for knowledge about their subject and about their practice. Our students respond to this in kind and achieve some of the best results nationally at all Key Stages.

We have a wide curriculum of examined and additional activities. Our passion is sharing our expertise and, increasingly, our resources with the local community. Our experience of international travel and partnerships knows no bounds. Recent sporting tours of Argentina, the Caribbean, South Africa and, most recently, New Zealand have been outstanding successes. Our dual subject specialisms in the Humanities and Science are testament to the connection we have made with the Specialist Schools ethos and further evidence, if any were needed, of a profound understanding of what Gifted and Talented education in a grammar school context means in practice.

We are very proud to announce that we were voted the Best State Secondary School in England in the recent Sunday Times Parent Power guide to outstanding schools (November 2010). This is a fabulous accolade which everyone connected with the school should be proud of coming on top of superb achievements in OFSTED and public examinations last summer 2010.