University of Chichester Academy Trust - Lunchtime Supervisor
Located in the north of Portsmouth, Court Lane Infant School is proud of its caring ethos, encouraging and supporting children to be inspired, excel and work together. The academy is a positive and active place to work and we believe that success here is built on strong relationships between everyone involved in the academy.
As a Lunchtime Supervisor, you will be responsible for supervising pupils in the hall ensuring they are in a clean and safe environment. In addition, pupil behaviour whilst eating and playing should be in line with the standards expected of the School, and that pupils are ready to return to class on time. You will be expected to engage with pupils on the playground and lead activities or games within which they can positively engage.
With experience of working with children, you will have excellent interpersonal skills that enable you to communicate with a wide range of people especially the pupils. You will be resilient and hard working with the ability to work on your own initiative while understanding the need to work as part of a cohesive team.
In return, you will be part of the University of Chichester Academy Trust, bringing you added benefits and opportunities. You will find that each of our Academies has a unique identity, but a shared belief in creating a positive and enriching environment, where all staff feel valued.
Visits to the school are strongly encouraged and welcomed; please ring the school office to arrange an appointment (02392 378890).
You can apply for this vacancy by requesting an application pack from the school office or by downloading an application form and supporting documents from the school website (www.courtlane-inf.portsmouth.sch.uk) or the University of Chichester Academy Trust website(www.unicat.org.uk/find_job). Please send the completed application form to the school by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by post.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.