Senior Midday Leader

Nov 7, 2017 by

Al-Noor Primary School Published: 7 November 2017
London, United Kingdom
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How to Apply
Download an application form from the school website, complete and immediately email it to:


Senior Midday Leader

Maternity cover, hours of work: Monday to Thursday 11.30am to 1.45pm and Friday 11.25am to 1.00pm (term time only)

Pay: Minimum wage rate


The role will involve:

  • The management of and assistance in the set- up of the hall for lunch each day, including school and  packed lunches
  • Ensuring high standards of behaviour using the school's behaviour management policy
  • The management and deployment of all midday assistants
  • The management of and assistance in ensuring high standards of health and hygiene.


The ideal candidate has:

  • Minimum qualifications of 5 GCSEs at grade C or higher, including English and Maths
  • Experience of supervising large groups of children preferred
  • Experience of midday supervision and its management
  • Excellent behaviour management skills.

In return we will provide full training and an opportunity to be part of a warm and friendly school community.


If you feel you are suited to this role and, then download an application form from the school website, complete and immediately email it to:


Application closing date: Wednesday 22nd Nov  2017 at 5pm

Start date: immediate (subject to successful clearance of vetting checks)



Al-Noor Primary School

lead & light to excellence in this life and the next

Newton Industrial Estate, Eastern Ave, Romford, RM6 5SD

Tel: 020 8597 7576,.



"Pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is outstanding."

"Pupils’ behaviour is outstanding."

"Governance is excellent."

"Safeguarding is effective."

"Effective teaching ensures that pupils make good progress in all subjects, especially in English and mathematics."

"Pupils are respectful, polite and cooperative. They love learning, are taught good manners from their time in the early years and are an absolute pleasure to talk to."

(Ofsted, December 2016)

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