Cringle Brook Primary seeks an enthusiastic and friendly Lunchtime Organiser to look after the welfare of children over the lunchtime period 11.45am – 1.15pm, Monday to Friday.
1. To take responsibility for and supervise a class of children during the lunchtime period.
2. To form positive relationships with children and operate the school discipline policy.
3. To assist in the efficient organisation and smooth running of the dining room as required.
4. To supervise and develop children’s play and use of equipment in the playground or in classrooms as required.
5. To attend to children’s physical needs as required, including toileting, hand washing, and use of cutlery.
6. To be aware of the requirements of any pupils in the class with special needs.
7. To care for the health, safety and well-being of children during the lunchtime period.
8. Taking pupils who have minor accidents or are unwell to the designated First Aider where necessary, and if first aid is not necessary, comforting and reassuring them
9. To report more serious accidents to the Head of School.
10. To know and implement as necessary the school procedures for first aid, Child Protection, fire drills and evacuation.
11. To liaise with the class teachers on a daily basis.
12. To attend paid lunchtime organisers meetings and training sessions by agreement with the Executive Headteacher.
Working hours, Monday to Friday, 11.45am to 1.15pm
Salary - Grade 1, £17.364 pro rata, 7.5 hours per week, term time only, which equates to apx £3,104 per annum.
Cringle Brook is part of the very successful, Multi Academy, Kingsway Community Trust which also includes the Ofsted Graded Outstanding Green End Primary and Ladybarn Primary Schools.
The Trust is led and managed by one Executive Headteacher, who is a National Leader of Education and one Governing Body, whose Chair is a National Leader of Governance. In each school there is a full time Head of School who lead and manage alongside the Executive Headteacher.
Kingsway Community Trust can offer you:-
• A thriving learning community with a positive ethos and innovative approaches
• A supportive and empowering environment, supported by a National Leader of Education
• The support of a well-established, highly successful and forward thinking Trust
• A culturally rich and diverse urban community
We are fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, younger learners and vulnerable adults and we expect all staff and volunteers to share the same commitment. The above post will be subject to enhanced DBS checks, satisfactory references and will be exempt from the provisions of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.
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