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Do you have any interview questions for a breakfast club co-ordinator? We relay interview questions suggested by John Searl, a consultant headteacher. We also link to further articles from The Key on the subject of breakfast clubs.

Interview questions for a breakfast club co-ordinator

We asked John Searl, an education consultant and headteacher, to suggest suitable interview questions for a breakfast club co-ordinator.

Please give us a brief summary of your life to date, picking out experiences you think will help you to be a good breakfast club co-ordinator Promoting attendance at the breakfast club will be an important part of the role. How would you describe the benefits of attendance to a parent? Breakfast is an important meal. How will you ensure the children receive a nutritious meal each day? How will you set about planning suitable activities for the children once they have finished eating their breakfast? How will you promote good behaviour at the breakfast club? What challenges do you think might arise in supervising the staff/helpers at breakfast club? How will you set them a good example? What skills and abilities do you have that will help

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