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Keeping children safe in out-of-school settings

Keeping children safe in out-of-school settings

The Department for Education (DfE) has published guidance for parents and carers choose a safe OOSS for their children. Parents guidance available from: 

The guidance for parents and carers is intended to help parents choose a safer setting for their child.

The guidance covers:

  • community activities
  • after-school clubs
  • supplementary schools
  • tuition
  • music lessons
  • sports training
  • other activities for children that take place without their parents’ or carers’ supervision, that are not a:
    • school
    • college
    • 16 to 19 college
    • provider caring for children under 8 years old registered with Ofsted or a childminder agency

The NYSCP has also produced a guide for parents and carers for Private Tutors, Coaches and Clubs.  This can be accessed from:

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