Breakfast Club Supervisor

RG3 P8–11: Full time equivalent RG3 P8 £24,702.
Position required for five hours a week (7.45am–8.45am) 43.6 weeks per year
(Pro rata from P8 £2,791).
Required as soon as possible.


We require enthusiastic, flexible and self-motivated individuals to support our children during our Breakfast Club provision. You should have experience of working with primary-age children, be able to build great relationships with them, and use your initiative to organise activities and games. This role also includes serving simple breakfast meals to the children, and being proactive in leading great wrap-around care for our children to start their day.

The successful candidates for the above position should have: 

  • The ability to cultivate flourishing relationships with children, colleagues and families. 
  • The drive to always want to make a difference.
  • Experience of working with children from a wide variety of backgrounds including those who are vulnerable and disadvantaged.
  • Enthusiasm and energy, and a passion for the role.
  • The ability to work cohesively and effectively within a wider team.
  • An interest in developing themselves further as professionals.

Joining our school family means you’ll need to be:

  • A friendly and enthusiastic member of staff who is forward thinking and able to adapt quickly and easily.
  • Someone who puts children at the heart of all you do and a positive role model.
  • Dynamic and fast-paced, finding effective solutions at every turn whilst considering others’ points of view.
  • A team player with the ability to work well both individually, as part of a phase and as a whole staff.
  • A kind and caring person, enjoying the bustling life of our diverse school family and always looking to recognise our polite and kind children.
  • An excellent English speaker and writer.
  • Efficient and effective in your working practices and able to prioritise well.

In return, our team can offer:

  • An optimistic and close-knit senior leadership team with a track record of improving schools.
  • A firmly established ethos of caring for one another in our school family.
  • A strong middle and senior leadership team who will guide and nurture you through your role.
  • A commitment to professional development, and a belief in driving improvement through looking outwards to the world beyond our walls.
  • The opportunity to work with a wider professional team of unique schools, all brilliantly supported by a Trust who strongly value the individual school’s character, ethos and approaches.
  • A beautiful and spacious school environment filled with light, life and love. 
  • Secure car parking and a staff wellbeing package.

Application packs can be found at www.newtown.reading.sch.uk. Visits and tours are warmly welcomed. Please contact the school office at workwithus@newtown.reading.sch.uk for more information.

Applications will be considered and interviews arranged upon receipt.


New Town Primary School is a member of the Oxford Diocesan Schools Trust and is committed to safeguarding children and young people. All post holders in regulated activity are subject to appropriate vetting procedures and a satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Enhanced check. Online checks will also be carried out to comply with KCSIE 2023.

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New Town Primary School
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