Thank you for your interest in working at our school.  At St Edmund’s we are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and we expect that all staff and volunteers share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to Disclosure and Barring Service checks along with other relevant employment checks.

We are currently looking to recruit a lunchtime supervisor for Foundation Stage, an hour a day in term time.

We are looking for an enthusiastic Lunchtime Supervisor who enjoys working with children and who would be supportive of our school mission statement and the Catholic ethos of our school.

A midday supervisor will be part of a team that is responsible for supervising pupils and the school’s premises during the midday break to ensure that the break runs effectively and that the safety and welfare of pupils is maintained.

The successful candidates will be committed, energetic and flexible and will undertake the normal duties of a Lunchtime supervisor, including:

  • Commitment to supporting and understanding pupil needs
  • Uphold and promote the ethos and values of the school
  • Maintain confidentiality at all times
  • Commitment to safeguarding, equality, diversity and inclusion

Lunchtime Supervisor Advert

Application Procedure

Please contact Mrs Caroline Lomas, School Business Manager (01235 521558 or to request an application pack. Applications must be made on the CES Application form only. Completed forms should be returned to .

Lunchtime Supervisor Job Description and Person Specification. 

Closing date for applications is Friday 8th October 2021 at 4pm.

Interviews will be held week beginning Monday 18th October 2021.


Applicants will need to complete the following CES documents:

Support Staff Application Form

Notes to Applicants

Consent to Obtain References

Recruitment Monitoring Information Form

Rehabilitation of Offenders Disclosure Form



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