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Lunchtime Superviser Required

as soon as possible

We are seeking a hard working, highly motivated, positive lunchtime supervisor. The successful candidate should:

  • Be able to work as part of a team, communicate positively with children and other adults
  • Enjoy working with children and small teams of adults
  • Be a good timekeeper
  • Support children while they eat their lunch and promote healthy eating
  • Be reliable and consistent in promoting good behaviour and the values of the school
  • Ensure the safety and welfare of children at all times

The hours will be Monday to Friday, 11.45am – 1.05pm during the term-time only until 31 August 2023 to start as soon as possible.

Duties will include

  • Supervising children eating and when playing outside on the playground, play areas and field or inside during wet weather.
  • Supporting children with eating appropriately, ensuring drinks are provided, cleaning tables and plates and helping with the social skills of sharing lunchtime with peers.
  • Supervising and engaging with children on the playground. Encouraging positive play and listening to children or in the classroom if the weather is wet.
  • Administering simple first aid (training will be given to the right applicant)
  • Being aware of health and safety to ensure a safe environment for all

If you would like to visit the school please contact the office to make an appointment – 01608 658366.

An application form can be downloaded below. If you require further information, please call the Business Manager, Helen Hare, on 01608 658366.  


You can watch a video tour here:

Early applications are encouraged and applicants may be invited prior to the closing date. Please email completed applications to by the closing date below.

Closing date: Friday 9th December, 3pm

Kingham Primary School is committed to safeguarding children and successful candidates will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check and satisfactory reference checks. Our commitment to safeguarding is underpinned by consistently robust processes and checks.