BREAKFAST CLUB SUPERVISOR
HOURS: MON-FRI 7.30am – 9am
We are looking to recruit a forward thinking, caring, motivated individual to manage the day to day running of our Breakfast Club. The individual will facilitate and encourage safe and productive play and interaction so as to ensure the safety, general welfare and proper conduct of pupils during this period.
To supervise play activities during the Breakfast Club to ensure pupils are active and learning to play.
To assist children to play in a safe, creative and exciting manner, ensuring they have access to appropriate resources and equipment throughout the Breakfast Club period.
To plan and prepare activities.
To liaise with the school finance/administration team to administer bookings and collection of fees, ensuring that any money transactions are handled and documented as directed by the school’s Business Manager.
To be responsible for the day to day administration and record keeping that includes maintaining records of attendance and providing information returns and other appropriate records as required.
To assist with the promotion and marketing of the clubs effectively to maintain occupancy.
To work with and supervise other staff to promote a positive play environment
To supervise pupils in designated areas of the school during breakfast time and to ensure their safety, welfare and general conduct through appropriate application of the school’s policies and procedures.
To ensure all children are in class on time, ready for registration
To establish safe and proper behaviour by appropriate intervention or referral to senior staff, as appropriate.
To maintain, keep tidy and organise equipment and materials and report any additional resource needs to the School Business Manager.
To take any immediate action to attend to sickness or accidents by carrying out minor first aid and summoning relevant assistance.
To complete any documentation required by the school in relation to incidents occurring during the period and to participate in review meetings as required.
To identify and report any unauthorised visitors on the school premises.
To be aware of child protection policies and procedures of the school.
Download: Application Form – Support Staff
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the safety and welfare of children and young people. All staff and volunteers are expected to share this commitment and all appointments will be subject to appropriate vetting, including an enhanced DBS disclosure check.
Some roles may need to comply with the ‘Childcare Act 2006’ and the ‘Childcare (Disqualification) Regulations 2009’ where additional disclosure of information will be required.
Clerk to Governors vacancy
The Tynings Primary School is a two-form entry school situated in Staple Hill. Our vision is to ensure we provide a safe and happy learning environment and continue our trajectory of improvement and success. The School Governors are committed to this vision and strive to achieve the best within the school community.
We currently have some vacancies on the governing body of The Tynings School. Is is something you’d be interested in? If so, please read on.
School Governors represent the largest volunteer force in the country. Devolved local management of schools over recent years has influenced both the day-to-day managerial function of head teachers and the more strategic role of governing bodies. One consequence of this development is that Governors recruited from the business community are highly valued for the skills, experience and objectivity they bring to decision-making.
Governors are lay people who have an interest in the role of schools in society and wish to make a positive contribution to their communities. Governors tend to have enquiring minds, the ability to contribute to debate and planning and the confidence to ask the questions that need to be asked. A governing body’s overriding responsibility is to promote continuous improvement in the performance of the school. This requires effective strategic management involving the establishment of a development plan, the setting of challenging but achievable targets and the interpretation of management information to accurately assess progress and determine appropriate action.
The benefits of recruiting Governors from the business community flow in many directions. Schools and therefore the pupils, community and local economy, can gain as improved management leads to improved performance and academic achievement. Employers can benefit from staff developing their strategic management competencies and applying these back in the workplace. Employees can help to discover their own potential whilst at the same time helping our children achieve theirs.
If you feel that you require any more information, please feel free to contact the chair of governors, Sarah Warren at Sarah.Warren@sgmail.org.uk
You will find much more information in the downloadable pack – Governor Recruitment Information and Application Form – Nov 2015