Midday Supervisor - Cheam Common Junior Academy


Midday Supervisor - Cheam Common Junior Academy  (HR Form 1392)


Grade 1C/3 scale points 2 - 6 (£13.77 ph)FTE £25,854 per annum

Actual £1503 per annum


Fixed term to be reviewed at the end of the academic year 

Part time; term time only 


2.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday 12:30 - 13:00

Start date

As soon as possible 


Cheam Common Junior Academy

Closing Date 

Friday 24 November

LEO Academy Trust may hold interviews as and when applications are received, and this job may be withdrawn at any point without notice. With this in mind, you are encouraged to apply as early as possible


As applications are received



LEO Academy Trust is actively looking to recruit a Midday Supervisor to join the Trust at Cheam Common Junior Academy for 2.5 hours per week.


The successful candidate(s) will enjoy a varied daily routine as part of a team. The list below will offer an idea of what else is to be expected, although it is not exhaustive. 


  • Provide supervisory support and assistance both in the dining and outside areas.

  • General supervision of pupils during the lunch period, in the dining hall, playground (and classrooms in poor weather).

  • To supervise pupils, including:

* Washing hands before eating. 

* Checking that pupils are not playing in toilets, cloakrooms etc. 

* Dealing with pupils who have been sick, (including cleaning up any mess where necessary) 

* Ensuring pupils tidy up/clear up in a satisfactory manner.

  • To be familiar with and able to put into practice safeguarding policies and procedures.

  • To report difficult pupils and unruly behaviour to the Lead Midday or member of staff.

  • To deal with first aid matters and report serious incidents to the office staff and/or Headteacher immediately they occur.

  • To have high expectations of behaviour and discipline at all times, following the school’s Behaviour and Anti-Bullying policies.

  • To interact with the pupils by organising games and equipment.



LEO Academy Trust champions continuous professional development and delivers a programme of in house CPD including. We also work with a range of partners to offer accessible training for all staff including e-learning, a CPD website and face to face workshops. We believe in the importance of succession planning, and that we are well placed to support you in your next challenge. We offer opportunities to work across different academies within the Trust, and a commitment to promotion opportunities, encouraging ‘home grown’ talent.  


Current employees of LEO Academy Trust should complete a statement of suitability outlining why they are suitable for the role in line with the person specification, and email to  recruitment@leoacademytrust.co.uk


External candidates should complete an application form. We regret that we are unable to accept CVs. 

All candidates should detail in either the statement of suitability or application form how you meet the aspects of the person specification for the role - please see the job description and person specification here. You should describe your suitability against the person specification and ensure that you cover all essential criteria (if not marked as essential, please assume all are essential), by providing evidence and examples of proven experience. 


  • LEO Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Please read about our commitment to safeguarding as well as other important information in our Applicant guide