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This unit will focus on the areas in which forward planning is particularly important when taking pupils off-site. It deals with the key areas to consider when planning any trip off-site, including planning for residential activities and travelling abroad.
Aims and outcomes:
By the end of this unit, you should understand:
- the importance of pre-planning when taking pupils off-site
- the need for good parental liaison and maintaining up-to-date records
- why health and safety requirements vary according to the nature of the site, the activity and individual requirements of the pupils
- the role of insurance in pre-planning
- the requirement for adequate supervision in varying situations
- the importance of planning for the unexpected.
Unit 9: Off-site activities
Step 1: What is meant by off-site learning activities?
Step 2: The need for pre-planning
Step 3: Using premises belonging to others
Step 4: Code of conduct
Step 5: Informed parental consent
Step 6: Supervision and means of contact
Step 7: First aid and medical matters
Step 8: Travelling to an off-site activity
Step 9: The importance of Plan B
Step 10: Insurance
Step 11: Pupil specific considerations
Step 12: Site specific considerations
Step 13: Emergency worst case scenario planning
End of Unit 9 quiz