Everything you need to know about supervising primary pupils during the lunchtime break is covered in this handbook. It provides guidance on important issues and includes activities to supplement advice, and examples of good practice. Topics include: health and safety issues; child protection issues; how to cope with confrontational pupils; building relationships with children and managing their behaviour; the prevention of bullying; games and activities for outdoors play and wet play; and issues for head teachers. "Lunchtime Supervisors" with all levels of experience will benefit from this book. Head teachers or senior mangers can use it as a training manual.
Table of Contents
Part A:The essentials; Clarifying your role; Building good relationships with pupils and staff; Managing behaviour; Health and safety issues; child protection issues, including the prevention of bullying; Part B: Extending your knowledge and skills; Managing the dining room; Games and activities; Coping with confrontational pupils; Strangers on the yard; Managing pupils with special needs; Supporting the very young child during lunchtime.