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									                         Invicta Primary School Induction Pack Policy




This policy was written in agreement with the children, parents, staff and governors of
Invicta Primary School.

It is based on the guidance of the five outcomes of the Educational Agenda of Every Child
Matters (Be Healthy, Stay Safe, Enjoy and Achieve, Make a Positive Contribution, Achieve
Economic Well-being) and takes into account the varying learning styles of children and
adults at Invicta in a dyslexia friendly environment

Our Vision

To provide a high quality learning and teaching environment where every child and adult
has the opportunity to develop to their full potential.

                                    ‘Not for thy self only’




Policy written:

Staff consultation period:

Agreed by staff:

Ratified by governors:

Date due for review:
                               TUTOR INDUCTION PACK

             FOR INVICTA PRIMARY SCHOOL & CHILDREN’S CENTRE




                                        CONTENTS

      Introduction to school/centre

      *Service Level Agreement

      *Risk Assessment Template

      *Safeguarding Guidance

      *Reporting a concern

      Fire Evacuation Procedure

      *Check List

      *Parent Questionnaire

      *Evaluation Sheet

      *Register

      *Enrolment Form

      *Signing out sheet (for parent/carer to sign on collection)

      *Photograph and filming consent form



*Pages to be signed or complete
INTRODUCTION

    Welcome to Invicta Primary School/centre & Children’s Centre– we hope you will
    have a rewarding and satisfying experience running your group/activity. This
    Induction pack was written to give you all the information you should need to feel
    confident and secure about delivering sessions at Invicta. If you are not clear
    about anything at any time, please do ask.

    Invicta Primary School/centre & Children’s Centre is a 1 form entry school/centre
    with 226 students on role and an attached Children’s Centre.

    We have an active parents group who help with fundraising and organising events
    in school/centre, and a school/centre council who help inform the Headteacher
    and Governors of their needs to enable us to enhance communication, which in
    return enables us to improve activities or introduce new activities in school/centre
    or signpost within our local area.

    Our school/centre newsletter helps us to publicise our school/centre activities and
    would encourage you to have an input in promoting your activity/club/activity.

    We wish you every success in running your activity/club/Activity.

    Marie Corbett
    Headteacher
SERVICE LEVEL AGREEMENT

COMMITTMENT TO ATTEND
I (enter your name) agree to run the (enter activity name) for a period of (enter amount of
time activity/club is running for) or until the school/centre has stated that the activity is no
longer required. If I am unable to run this activity I will inform the school/centre giving
24hrs notice and endeavour to find a substitute Tutor. We are an inclusive school/centre
and would expect all students/families to be catered for.

CHILD PROTECTION
By signing the Safeguarding Guidance you are agreeing to adhere to the school/centres
Safeguarding Guidelines and agree to adhere to its content. If you report any concerns,
please complete the Reporting a Concern form and return it to school/centre as soon as
possible.

PREMISES
The school/centre agrees to provide the premises for your activity and the use of
school/centre equipment upon request

RISK ASSESSMENTS
Service Providers need to produce their own risk assessment yearly or more often if the
activity changes for the services that they are providing in the Centre. Service Providers
need to ensure that they:
     Sign the visitors’ book each time they attend the centre/school
     Provide the centre/school with a copy of the risk assessment that has been carried
        out.
     That S.P will give regular feedback to the Centre, stating any concerns or ideas that
        they may have.
     Report broken equipment at the end of each session.


FIRE PROCEDURE
The school/centre Fire Evacuation Policy is enclosed in this pack. It is your duty of care to
carry out the instructions described.

FIRST AID AND ADMINISTRATION OF MEDICATION
You must adhere to the school/centre’s policy on First Aid and Medication and Intimate
Care Policy. Parents/carers must be kept informed at all times. Please complete the
Reporting a Concern form if necessary and return it to school/centre.

REGISTRATION
You are expected to complete a register for each session and for the Children’s Centre to
have completed a Children’s Centre registration form. This register must be handed back to
school/centre at the end of each session.
If you have SEN students or vulnerable families registered for your activity, please contact
the school/centre for further information.
PUPIL SAFETY DURING AND AT THEN END OF THE SESSIONS
(not applicable to Children’s Centre)
Each child in your group will be given a simple enrolment form to complete or a family
registration form. This will include details to be completed about who is going to collect
them or the procedures for them at the end of the session. It is your duty of care to ensure
that the correct person collects the student. If the enrolment form states that the student is
allowed to walk home alone, please record this on the signing out sheet. This sheet must be
handed into school/centre at the end of each term.

EVALUATION
To enable your Activity/club to continue and to possibly help with future funding/planning,
it is imperative evaluation is completed at the end of each term. This evaluation must be
handed into the school/centre at the end of each activity. You can chose to do a group
evaluation, therefore entering numbers into the relevant boxes, or encourage students to
complete these themselves.

DRESS AND APPEARANCE
A persons dress and appearance is a matter of choice and self-expression. However, you
should consider the manner of dress and appearance appropriate to your professional role,
which may be different to that adopted in your personal life. You should ensure that you
are dressed safely and appropriately for the tasks you will be undertaking. If you chose to
dress or appear in a manner that could be considered as inappropriate, you could render
yourself vulnerable to criticism or allegation.
In doing this you will promote a positive and professional image.

GIFTS
You should be aware of the Local Authorities guidance or school/centre’s policy including
the arrangements for the declaration of gifts received and given.
There are occasions when children or parents wish to pass small tokens of appreciation to
you e.g. Christmas or as a thank you and this is acceptable. However, it is unacceptable to
receive gifts on a regular basis or of any significant value. Contact School/centre for more
details.

TRANSPORTING CHILDREN
Wherever possible and practical it is advisable that transport is undertaken other than in
private vehicles, with at least one additional adult to the driver acting as an escort. Copies
of the Escorts CRB should be provided to the school/centre.

By signing this document, you are agreeing to adhere to its content.


PRINTNAME:
...........................................................................................................................……………..

SIGNATURE:
.............................................................................................................................……………...
DATE:
........................................................................................................................................…………
……...


NAME OF CONTACT IN SCHOOL/CENTRE (please print name): ……………………………………………

SIGNATURE                                     OF                             SCHOOL/CENTRE                                   CONTACT:
.......................................................................................…….

DATE:
........................................................................................................................................…………
……..
                                      ACTIVITY RISK ASSESSMENT
Activity/Task for Risk Assessment:




Who is involved:




What is involved:




Who is at risk?




What are the hazards?                            What are the risks?




What control measures are in place?              What additional measure are needed?




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This Risk Assessment is to be read, understood and signed by the owner of the event

They will act on the recommendations and share the findings with all personnel involved

Name of Event Owner (please print):
Signature of Event Owner :

Date:

Assessment completed by (print name):                               Assessment authorised by (print name):

Signature:                                                          Signature:
Status:                                                             Status:

Date:                                                               Date:
Review Date (within 1 year):




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                                                           Example Risk Assessment
Activity/Task for Risk Assessment:
The use of the school/centre playground and its equipment for mainstream users and outside lettings
Who is involved:
Members of the public
Adults and children
People with disability possible
What is involved:
Playground Equipment
Some equipment designed for special needs students
Includes:
Wobbly walking frames, rope climbing frames, Balance beam frames, long plaited rope swing, crawl tunnel tube surrounded by low partition
fencing
Wheelchair roundabout, wheelchair swings surrounded by low barrier fences
Ball play cage includes high frame basket goals at either end. Surrounded by high fencing
All with soft ground surfaces
Who is at risk?
 Children and young people
Adults through inappropriate use of the equipment



            EXAMPLE ONLY
What are the hazards?
    1. Slips trips and falls from use of playground equipment

   2. Injuries from improper use of disability equipment

   3. Injuries from collision with moving equipment
                                                                       What are the risks?
                                                                           1. Mild to severe harm possible from slip trips and falls injuries

                                                                          2. Mild to severe harm possible from injuries caused by
                                                                             inappropriate behaviour

                                                                          3. Mild to severe harm possible from injuries caused by collision
   4. Visitors may bring animals leaving faeces into the playground
                                                                             with equipment
      area
                                                                          4. Infection from contact with animal faeces. Slipping from contact
   5. Unwanted attention of the school/centre from its close
                                                                             with animal faeces
      proximity to the playground
                                                                          5. Burglary/ break in/vandalism to the school/centre. Vulnerable
   6. Collisions from users cycling in the playground area
                                                                             staff and students during the day and the occupied boarding

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   7. Public smoking in a Greenwich no smoking site                        unit during evening and nighttimes

                                                                       6. Mild to severe harm possible from collisions from cycling

                                                                       7. Contamination/inhalation of playground users and damage to
                                                                          soft play surface


What control measures are in place?                                 What additional measure are needed?
Soft play surfaces in play areas                                    Painted line to highlight boundary of swing areas
Climbing/balancing equipment is low level                           Public signs to identify:
Supervised use of playground by students during school/centre          1. Care needed when using the playground and equipment
hours
Fencing around playground with some extended overhangs                 2. Children and young adults to be supervised by a responsible
                                                                          adult

                                                                       3. Age limit restriction on use of equipment to 13years and under

                                                                       4. Unsuitable for babies and toddlers



                EXAMPLE ONLY                                           5. Adults are prohibited from using the equipment

                                                                       6. Reporting system of faults, hazards or damage while in use
                                                                          identifying contact name and telephone number

                                                                       7. No smoking signs necessary

                                                                       8. Extended playground fencing to include anti climb mesh

                                                                       9. Extended playground fencing to cover boundary with
                                                                          school/centre


This Risk Assessment is to be read, understood and signed by the owner of the event
They will act on the recommendations and share the findings with all personnel involved

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Name of Event Owner (please print):
Signature of Event Owner :
Date:
Assessment completed by (print name):   Assessment authorised by (print name):
Signature:
                                        Signature:
Status:                                 Status:

Date:                                   Date:
Review Date (within 1 year):




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                                SAFEGUARDING GUIDANCE

                         Safeguarding Children in Greenwich
         Extended School/centres and Before and After School/centre Activities
                           Brief Guidance and Agreement

Each school/centre/Children’s Centre should have in place robust safeguarding policies and
procedures for use by staff and volunteers during the normal school/centre day and during
any extended activity directly controlled by the school/centre or under the management or
supervision of school/centre staff.
Where the school/centre is being used for an activity not controlled by the school/centre,
there should be a clear, written agreement stating who is responsible for each element of
the child protection procedures and whose procedures should be followed. All procedures
must comply with guidance given in ‘Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in
Education’ (DfES, 2006), which came in to force in January 2007, and with the London
Safeguarding Board Child Protection Procedures.
Contents
1. Responsibilities of School/centre Governing Bodies and Head Teachers
2. Recruitment, selection and vetting of staff and volunteers
3. Dealing with concerns about children
4. Codes of conduct, including physical contact with pupils and restraint
5. Contact between child and adult service users
6. Signatories to the Agreement

1. Responsibilities of School/centre Governing Bodies and Head Teachers
The responsibilities of Governing Bodies are set out in the document ‘Safeguarding Children
and Safer Recruitment in Education’ (DfES, 2006) which came in to force in January 2007.
The guidance states:
   “The governing body of a school/centre controls the use of the school/centre premises

  both during and outside school/centre hours, except where a trust deed allows a person

  other than the governing body to control the use of the premises, or a transfer of control

  agreement has been made. Governing bodies can enter into transfer of control

  agreements in order to share control of the school/centre premises with another body,

  or transfer control to it. The other body, known as the ‘controlling body’, will control the

  occupation and use of the premises during the times specified in the agreement.

  Transferring control of the premises to local community groups, sports associations and

  service providers can enable school/centre facilities to be used without needing ongoing

  management or administrative time from school/centre staff.

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Where the governing body provides services or activities directly under the supervision or
management of school/centre staff, the school/centre’s arrangements for child protection
will apply. Where services or activities are provided separately by another body, the
governing body should seek assurance that the body concerned has appropriate policies and
procedures in place in regard to safeguarding children and child protection and there are
arrangements to liaise with the school/centre on these matters where appropriate.”

The following extract from the DfES guidance helps to further clarify the above:
Many primary and secondary school/centres already offer breakfast and after school/centre
activity/clubs and other services. This provision is developing further as part of the extended
school/centres agenda, with all school/centres offering a wide range of services by 2010,
including childcare, study support, a range of family learning and parental support, swift and
easy referral to a range of specialised services for pupils and community use of the
school/centre’s facilities such as sports and ICT. These services will be offered either on the
school/centre site, on other school/centre sites, or through other providers.



Requirements placed upon school/centres relating to existing staff and volunteers at the
school/centre will extend to incorporate those involved in the provision of extended
services. So where the governing body provides services or activities directly under the
supervision or management of school/centre staff, the school/centre’s arrangements for
appointments, recruitment and vetting checks and record keeping will apply. Where
school/centres are planning to deliver childcare directly, they should contact Ofsted for
information about the registration process as childcare provision for children aged under
eight must currently be registered separately by Ofsted.



Where a third party is responsible for running the services there should be clear lines of
accountability and written agreements setting out responsibility for carrying out the
recruitment and vetting checks on staff and volunteers. This also applies in the case of Sure
Start Children’s Centres which will increasingly be situated on school/centre sites. Local
authorities can advise school/centres on registered providers with whom they might link to
provide services.



School/centres that choose to provide their childcare through private or voluntary sector
providers should use Ofsted registered providers for provision for children aged under eight
years. Ofsted will apply to the CRB for Enhanced Disclosures in the case of the registered
childcare provider (including the people who make up the provider in the case of corporate
bodies or unincorporated associations) and the manager. It is the responsibility of the
childcare provider to make sure that any new members of staff, or new people who live or
work on the premises are suitable to care for or have regular contact with children. The
registered childcare provider must ensure that their staff and volunteers are not listed on

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PoCA by applying to the CRB for an Enhanced Disclosure. Under the national standards for
under eights day care and childminding the registered person ensures that a person who
has not been vetted is never left alone with children. Where the provider is not registered
with Ofsted (i.e. where the provision is for children over eight only), the school/centre
should check that the provider has made such checks and has arrangements in place to
carry them out.



Written agreements should be in place with any third party providers or groups using the
site. These should set out the respective responsibilities of the governing body and those of
the provider or group. Local authorities are well placed to advise on the practical
implementation of extended services, and to share written agreements that have worked
well elsewhere. These should set out responsibility for areas such as health and safety,
recruitment and vetting checks. Where services are being developed, the school/centres’
insurance provider should be consulted to ensure that the provision is covered adequately.
All staff and providers working on or managing the site out of hours should have training on
issues such as emergency evacuation procedures. Staff and their professional associations
must know who they are accountable to and for what and must be consulted when services
are developing.


Child and user safety is paramount. School/centres should only work with providers that can
demonstrate that they have effective procedures, training and vetting arrangements for
their staff, appropriate child/adult ratios and contingency arrangements in place for
emergencies or the unexpected e.g. arrangements for managing in the event that a child is
not picked up after a session run by a provider. If a registered childcare provider for under
eights is used, then these areas are covered by the provider’s adherence to the national
standards which can be found at http://www.surestart.gov.uk/improvingqua
lity/ensuringquality/standardsregulation/
These examples do not make up definitive guidance, but show how risk can be considered in
deciding whether a CRB Disclosure is appropriate.
Case Study:
A primary school/centre in Reading provides an after school/centre activity/club for 1.5
hours every week day. The school/centre governors ensure that checks (including CRB) are
undertaken on all the staff other than those who already work in the school/centre and
where checks have already been done. The governor with special responsibility for child
protection issues makes sure that appropriate records are kept, that they are secure but
accessible to anyone authorised to see them.
Where services or activities are provided separately by another body, the governing body
should be satisfied that the provider concerned has appropriate policies and procedures,
including those for staff appointments in place in regard to safeguarding children and child
protection and there are arrangements to liaise with the school/centre on these matters
where appropriate.




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Case Study:

Mr Higgins has a contract with the governing body of a primary school/centre in Redditch to
provide a breakfast activity/club, called Great Nosh for Hungry Kids. Before the contract
with Mr Higgins was signed, the school/centre governors asked to see a copy of his
recruitment and checking procedures and child protection policy and made arrangements to
review these annually. Mr Higgins was also asked to include in his procedures that he would
pass on to the school/centre any child protection concerns that he might have. The
governors agreed that they would reciprocate in providing such information to Mr Higgins if
there were similar concerns that might impact on the activity/club.


Agreement
Where the school/centre is providing services or activities directly under the supervision or
management of school/centre staff, the school/centre’s policies must be used and
designated school/centre staff should be named as the lead in all elements of the
agreement.
In other cases, this agreement will promote clarity about the policies to be used and will
enable school/centres to meet their responsibilities
Use                 of               School/centre                       Premises/Services                           Provided                   by
.......................................................................
Between                        (date)                    ..........................................                  and                   (date)
............................................................
Child Protection Arrangements
1. Recruitment, selection and vetting of staff and volunteers
The recruitment, selection and vetting of staff/volunteers involved in the activity/service
will be in accordance with the guidance given in ‘Safeguarding Children and Safer
Recruitment in Education’ (DfES, 2006) which came in to force in January 2007, the London
Safeguarding Board Child Protection Procedures (2007) and the requirements of the Vetting
and Barring Scheme (VBS) which is led by the Independent Safeguarding Agency (ISA) .
These requirements came into force in October 2009.
The procedures to be used for the recruitment/selection/vetting of staff and volunteers are
those of the:
                    school/centre/premises user/service provider (delete as necessary)
The person responsible for ensuring that the relevant procedures are followed is:
Full                                       Name                                           (please                                          print):
...................................................................................................................
Job                                                                                                                                          Title:
............................................................................................................................................
School/centre/Agency:
.................................................................................................................................
In addition, where the school/centre is not directly responsible for
recruitment/selection/vetting of staff and volunteers:
The user of the premises/service provider has provided a copy of their
recruitment/selection/vetting procedures.
Theses                               were                             checked                                on                           (date):
..............................................................................................................

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By                       (Name                          of                      school/centre           representative):
.......................................................................................................
who is satisfied that the document complies with guidance given in ‘Safeguarding Children
and Safer Recruitment in Education’ (DfES, 2006) which came in to force in January 2007
and with the London Safeguarding Board Child Protection Procedures.
2. Dealing with concerns about children
All staff and volunteers should be given clear instructions regarding what to do if they have
concerns about a child’s safety or welfare. These arrangements must comply with guidance
given in ‘Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education’ (DfES, 2006) which
came in to force in January 2007; with the London Safeguarding Board Child Protection
Procedures and; with the Government publication ‘What to do if you are worried a child is
being abused’.
The procedures to be used for dealing with concerns about children are those of the:
            school/centre/premises user/service provider (delete as necessary)
All staff and volunteers will be required to immediately notify any concerns regarding
children to:

Full                                       Name                                           (please                                          print):
....................................................................................................................
Job                                                                                                                                          Title:
............................................................................................................................................
School/centre/Agency:
.................................................................................................................................
Where the above named person is not a school/centre employee, the following designated
person within the school/centre will also be immediately notified of any concerns regarding
children:
Full                                       Name                                           (please                                          print):
..................................................................................................................
Job                                                                                                                                          Title:
............................................................................................................................................
The person responsible for ensuring that all staff and volunteers are aware of the signs and
symptoms of child abuse and know who to contact if they have a concern is:
Full                                       Name                                           (please                                          print):
..................................................................................................................
Job                                                                                                                                          Title:
............................................................................................................................................
School/centre/Agency:
.................................................................................................................................
In addition, where child protection procedures other than the school/centre’s procedures
are to be used:
            The user of the premises/service provider has provided a copy of their child
            protection procedures.
            These were checked on (date):
...................................................................................................
            By (Name of school/centre representative, please print):
.....................................................................


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who is satisfied that the document complies with guidance given in ‘Safeguarding Children
and Safer Recruitment in Education’ (DfES, 2006) which came in to force in January 2007;
with the London Safeguarding Board Child Protection Procedures and; with the Government
publication ‘What to do if you are worried a child is being abused’.
3. Dealing with allegations or concerns about colleagues
All staff and volunteers should be given clear instructions regarding what to do if they have
concerns about the behaviour of a colleague. These arrangements must comply with
guidance given in ‘Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education’ (DfES, 2006)
which came in to force in January 2007 and with the London Safeguarding Board Child
Protection Procedures.
The procedures to be used for dealing with allegations or concerns about colleagues are
those of the:
             school/centre/premises user/service provider (delete as necessary)
All staff and volunteers will be required to immediately notify any allegations or concerns
regarding colleagues to:

Full                Name                    (Head                  or                Manager,                      please                  print):
...........................................................................................
Job                                                                                                                                          Title:
..................................................................................................................................................
School/centre/Agency:
........................................................................................................................................
Where the subject of the allegation/concern is the Head Teacher, the Chairperson of the
school/centre’s Board of Governors will be contacted instead of the Head Teacher.
Where the above named person is not a school/centre employee, the Head Teacher will also
be immediately notified of any allegations or concerns.
The person responsible for ensuring that all staff and volunteers are aware of their
responsibility to report an allegation/concern about a colleague is:
Full                                       Name                                           (please                                          print):
..................................................................................................................
Job                                                                                                                                          Title:
............................................................................................................................................
School/centre/Agency:
..................................................................................................................................
In addition, where procedures other than the school/centre’s procedures for dealing with
allegations or concerns about colleagues is to be used:
The user of the premises/service provider has provided a copy of their procedures.
These                              were                              checked                                on                            (date):
................................................................................................................
By             (Name                of            school/centre                    representative,                    please               print):
..................................................................................
who is satisfied that the document complies with guidance given in ‘Safeguarding Children
and Safer Recruitment in Education’ (DfES, 2006) which came in to force in January 2007
and with the London Safeguarding Board Child Protection Procedures.
4. Codes of conduct, including physical contact with pupils and restraint
Where codes of conduct, other than those of the school/centre, are to be used:
The user of the premises/service provider has provided a copy of their codes of conduct.

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These                              were                              checked                                on          (date):
................................................................................................................
By             (Name                of            school/centre                    representative,               please  print):
..................................................................................
who is satisfied that the documents comply with guidance given in ‘Safeguarding Children
and Safer Recruitment in Education’ (DfES, 2006) which came in to force in January 2007;
with the London Safeguarding Board Child Protection Procedures.
5. Contact between child and adult service users
The use of school/centre buildings and facilities for the provision of extended services will
mean that there may be times when child and adult service users will come into contact
with each other. It is important that such contact does not place children in risky or unsafe
situations.
Each school/centre should make clear to all child and adult service users, staff and
volunteers:
       which areas are ‘out of bounds’ to particular groups at particular times;
       the arrangements for appropriately supervising contact between child and adult
            service users;
       who children or adults should notify if they have concerns about the behaviour of an
            adult service user.
The user of the premises/service provider has confirmed that satisfactory arrangements are
in place.
These                              were                              checked                                on          (date):
................................................................................................................
By             (Name                of            school/centre                    representative,               please  print):
..................................................................................
6. Signatories to the Agreement
On behalf of the school/centre:                                                    On behalf of the user/service provider:

Name (print): ...................................................        Name                                         (print):
...................................................
Signature: ........................................................      Signature:
........................................................
Date: ................................................................   Date:
................................................................




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   REPORTING A CONCERN

   Name of Pupil:…………………………………………………………………………………Year

   Group…………………………………

   Date:………………………………………….

           Time……………………………………………….

   Location…………………………………………………………………………Activity……………………………………………

  ……………
Details of concern:




Staff action(s) taken:




Teacher in charge:……………………………………………Staff
present:………………….………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………………….…………………
……………………………………………………………
Reported by:………………………………………………………………When and to
SCHOOL/CENTRE USE ONLY
whom………………………………………………………
Date received by
Signed
school/centre:…………………………………………………………………………………..
by:…………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Reported to: (please print name):………………………………………………………………………….
……..Date:………………………………..
School/centre Action if any:



                    FIRE EVACUATION PROCEDURE
Signed:………………………………………………………………………… Date:……………………
                (Please ask your school/centre for this)



   CHECKLIST



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Please ensure copies of these documents are handed into school/centre before you start

running you activity/club.

DOCUMENT                                DATE COPY      COPY CHECKED BY (please print)
                                        RECEIVED       (to be completed by school/centre)
                                        (to be
                                        completed by
                                        school/centre)
SERVICE LEVEL AGREEMENT

CRB

FIRST AID CERTIFICATE

SAFEGUARDING GUIDANCE

CODE OF CONDUCT

CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION

ENROLMENT FORMS ( clubs only)

PHOTO/FILMING CONSENT FORM


Please ensure copies of all of these documents are handed into school/centre at the end of each
term.

PARENT QUESTIONNAIRES

EVALUATIONS SHEETS

SIGNING OUT SHEETS
(not Children’s Centre)
REGISTER




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                                                          PARENT QUESTIONNAIRE

Please take the time to complete this questionnaire. This is your chance to have your say about what you think would be good to offer in the
future. All information will be kept confidential and all ideas will be taken to future planning meetings
What After School/centre Activities do your family
currently use?
What Activity/clubs/Classes do your children
attend during school/centre time?
Would your family be interested in attending any of the following?
                                                                                                                                      NO
                                                                                      Weekend Activity/clubs          YES


                                                                                     Adult Learning                   YES             NO

                                                                                                                      YES
                                                                                     Family Learning                                  NO

Would you be prepared to pay for extra activities?

                                                                                                                      YES             NO

If yes, what would you consider
a reasonable charge?              £1.50 - £2.50       £2.00 - £3.00        £2.50 - £3.50      £3.00 - £4.00      £3.50 - £4.50   £4.00 - £5.00
How long do you think after school/centre activities should run for?
                                                                           45 minutes         60 minutes         90 minutes      90 minutes
                                                                                                                                 plus

What suggestions and/comments would you like to pass onto the school/centre for future planning of activities, please include any activities
your family would be interested in attending?



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If you would like to be contacted directly, please complete your details:
NAME:…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
ADDRESS:…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
TELEPHONE NUMBER:…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...
EMAIL ADDRESS:…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
Thank you




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                                                                      EVALUATION SHEET

YOUR NAME:……………………………………….…………………..SCHOOL/CENTRE:………………………………………………………….
           Please take some time to complete this evaluation sheet. Your feedback is important for future planning of activities.

What activity/activity/club did you attend?:………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
                                                                    DEFINITELY YES    MAYBE                               NO        NOT SURE
                                                                       YES
                      1. Did you enjoy the activity?

                       2. Would you recommend a friend to come next time?

                       3. Do you feel healthier?

                       4. Would you come back?

                       5. Do you feel you have learnt anything?

                      6. Were you made to feel part of a team?

                      7. Was the activity/scheme long enough?

8. If any, what changes would you make?


9. Lastly, are there any other activities, activity/clubs you would like to attend in the future?




                                                  AFTER SCHOOL/CENTRE ACTIVITY/CLUB ACTIVITIES REGISTER


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                                            (Enter school/centre name):...........................................................
            TUTOR NAME:............................................................................ ACTIVITY:......................................................................
                                                                    On SEN reg Date: Date: Date: Date: Date: Date: Date: Date: Date:                                                  Date:
STUDENTS NAME
                                                                    YES/NO




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                                                      SIGNING OUT
           SIGNING OUT SHEET FOR PARENTS/CARERS COLLECTION STUDENTS
Tutor: .............................................................................
Activity: ...........................................................................
CHILD                     PARENT/CARERS                     PARENTS/CARERS            TIME        DATE
COLLECTING                NAME (Please                      SIGNATURE                 COLLECTED
                          print)




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                    PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY PERMISSION SLIP
Pupil Name:
I hereby give permission for (please state student’s name)___________________ to
participate in all of the following school/centre activities unless indicated:

      Visits in and around the local and wider community with recognised
      supervision
      (not applicable for Children’s Centre)
      Educational visits to local parks and local shops, accompanied by recognised
      Staff.
      (not applicable for Children’s Centre)
      To have his/her photograph or video material used within School/centre.

      To have his/her photograph or video material in which he/she appears, used
      for work, exhibitions (outside School/centre) and on the School/centre
      website (the students full name will not be displayed).

      To use school/centre computers and access the Internet.



Please mark the boxes as follows:    (yes) or x (no)

Please sign here:………………………………………………………………………...parent/carer)

Name in CAPITALS please:………………………………………………………………Date:………………




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