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  • Closing date

    15 December 2023 at 11:59pm

  • Date listed

    6 December 2023

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Permanent

Full-time equivalent salary

£22,742.00 - £22,931.00 Annually (Actual) Actual Starting Salary Approximately £3,209.95

Lunchtime Supervisor (KIB091BC) job summary

Permanent Lunchtime Supervisor

Kibworth Church of England Primary School

Grade 4 Pay Point 5-6

6.25 hours per week, 38 weeks per year

We are looking to appoint a caring, enthusiastic and highly motivated Lunchtime Supervisor to take responsibility for the health and safety and security of children during the School lunch break.

You will be involved in:

Supervising pupils in the area in which they eat their lunch and manage queues accordingly

Assisting and supervising the clearing away and tidying of the eating area

Acting as a responsible caring adult with the health, safety, and welfare of the children always in mind

Ensuring reasonable behaviour and safe conduct of pupils

The ideal candidate will have:

Experience of working with children

An empathy with and an understanding of children in the age range concerned

Good interpersonal communication skills

The ability to be assertive when necessary

Please refer to the Job Description and Person Specification attached for more information and to support with your application.

What we offer:

The opportunity of working within a supportive, friendly environment in this well run and respected school.

Good opportunities for personal and career development

Pension scheme

Access to employee assistance programme

Talk to us about flexible working

Why Choose Us:

Kibworth CofE Primary School has a clear vision to provide the highest quality of education for all children. All children should achieve their potential, make outstanding progress - with the gaps between groups narrowing - and have the opportunities to explore a rich and varied curriculum. As a Church of England school, we promote a strong Christian ethos, nurturing the social and spiritual wellbeing of our children, and ensuring everyone is treated with equal respect and opportunity.

Discovery Schools Academy Trust is dedicated to improving learning and teaching by creating a culture that promotes excellence. The needs of all children are placed at the heart of all decision making regardless of the school they attend. Teaching and learning excellence are shared through learning networks, sharing of ideas and materials as well as leading practitioners between schools. Discovery has developed a school improvement system which focuses on improving outcomes for all children. It also places staff development, talent management and succession planning at the heart of achieving outstanding organisations.

Closing Date: 15th December 2023

Interview Date: TBC

Safeguarding Statement:

We are committed to safeguarding our pupils; therefore, the successful applicant will require an Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) and references.

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About Kibworth Church of England Primary School

School type
Academy, Church of England, ages 4 to 11
Education phase
View all Primaryjobs
School size
592 pupils enrolled
Age range
4 to 11

Kibworth CE Primary School is a large, three-form entry village primary school, judged as ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted in 2010. Being this size offers many advantages, we can offer a wide range of learning opportunities along with a real sense of family within the school.

Children at Kibworth are encouraged to find out about their own strengths and talents to allow them to strive to achieve the best they can all the time. A high expectation underpins all that we do, and children continue to improve through understanding the process of learning and ongoing assessment to ensure they are learning what they need to know next. We try to create a curriculum that is matched to children’s next steps in learning and one which children feel they are involved with focus of their learning. Our school’s high standards of behaviour allow children to focus on learning. This is supported by positive reinforcement of our expectations, awarding of house points and other certificates in our weekly achievement assembly.

School is far more than a place in which to work and learn. It is also a place where we begin to build relationships with other people, find out how to work collaboratively, develop a sense of ourselves, and discover how we as individuals fit into our world and society. We believe that it takes a whole community to educate a child, so we aim to work in partnership with parents, both individually and collectively. As a Church of England Controlled school, we have strong links with the Parish Church of St Wilfrid’s and the school is also an important part of the community of Kibworth parishes and Smeeton Westerby. At Kibworth, the Christian ethos of the school goes far beyond the Religious Education curriculum. In work and play children are given the chance to find out about the beliefs and values of other people, to discover that there are as many similarities as differences between human beings, and that only by understanding these differences can we learn to live together in peace.

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