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Last reviewed on 13 September 2017
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Is there advice on performance management for midday supervisors? This article has examples of potential targets and performance objectives, as well as professional standards these staff can be measured against. It also includes a downloadable KeyDoc form for observing midday supervisors.

Set out targets

We spoke to one of our associate education experts, Martin Owen, about how schools can do performance management for midday supervisors.

There there should be specific outcomes for the end of each session, such as the hall being tidy, tables away, and dishes stacked and ready to be washed. By keeping a log of times when this does not happen, there is something measurable that can be looked at in appraisal reviews Have a log of complaints and compliments, as something else that can be measurable. You could also measure how many times assistance from the senior leadership team (SLT) is needed, or how many first aid incidents there are Part of the job involves reacting to what is happening, and part of it is about the smooth running of lunch breaks, and as a lot of the work is collective it can be difficult to have specific individual

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