1 Guidelines for School Trips/Educational Visits Policy (There is a separate Policy for the School s Early Years Foundation Stage) Off-site trips are an extremely valuable aspect of the education we offer. In planning and running trips we should be aware that the law expects of teachers a high standard of care. Thorough planning is an essential ingredient of a safe and successful trip and is the responsibility of the group leader. These guidelines, the Trips Form and Risk Assessment are all designed to help the planning process. Obviously, the extent of planning will depend upon the complexity of the visit in question. Not all the guidelines given below are relevant to every trip. If you have any doubt as to which of the procedures are appropriate to your trip, please discuss it with the academic secretary (who holds the paper work), or the Headmaster. APPROVAL A Trips Form and a Risk Assessment must be completed for all trips leaving the school site except those considered to be a routine and integral part of school life (e.g. away sports fixtures). Forms are kept by the academic secretary in her office. Completed forms should be returned at least three days before the proposed trip. Please discuss any trips with the Headmaster, Deputy Head or the academic secretary if you have concerns about its viability. RISK ASSESSMENT You should regard a risk assessment as a routine procedure in your planning of a trip out of school. It is a legal requirement to make a risk assessment before undertaking a trip away from school (The Management of Health and Safety at Work regulations 1992). A risk assessment form should be submitted to the Academic Secretary at least three days before a trip departs. A risk assessment has three objectives: - Potential safety problems are identified and understood. - Checking that existing control measures (i.e. the school s standard procedures) are adequate. - If they are not, to identify what additional measures would reduce the risks. The degree of detail and complexity in a risk assessment will depend on the nature of the group/venue/activity.
2 The following information and procedures should be regarded as the school s standard control measures. For many trips, following these will be sufficient to ensure a wellplanned and safe trip. For more complex trips, residential trips, and any involving potentially hazardous activities, a risk assessment must show that the broader risks have been understood and measures have been implemented to reduce them. Risk assessment is an on-going business and should continue throughout the trip as the group leader and staff respond to situations and incidents during the course of the visit. INFORMING PARENTS There are some kinds of activity for which you would not normally ask specific parental consent, when cost is negligible and/or when permission may be assumed simply by pupils being members of the school. Such activities include: - Participation in school teams - Participation in concerts - Activities off-campus organized for boarders at weekends. For academic field trips which are not residential, it is generally sufficient simply to inform parents about the trip by letter, whilst inviting them to contact you if they have any concerns about the arrangements. The more major/ expensive/ lengthy/ unique the trip, the fuller the letter will need to be. A letter to parents will outline: - Purpose of the visit - Venue/itinerary - Type of activity, including explanation of any risk activity - Date(s) - Time of departure and return, including arrangements for pick-up - Transport - Basic requirements: dress, kit, equipment, food/drink, pocket money, extra clothing and footwear, etc. - Any documentation, passports, finances needed. - Costs and method of payment - Staffing and supervision - Code of conduct expected - Contact telephone numbers (if other than school) - Contact address (if appropriate) For residential trips it will also be necessary to add information on: - Accommodation (including information about security and supervisory arrangements) - Insurance cover provided or needing to be purchased by parents. - A statement to the effect that in case of thoroughly unacceptable behaviour the group leader reserves the right to return a pupil home at parental expense. In the case of a major trip (e.g. an exchange, a tour abroad, any extended residential trip, or an adventure trip) parents should be invited to a meeting at which arrangements can be discussed in detail and parent may ask questions.
3 PARENTAL CONSENT Written parental consent is required for all trips involving: - An overnight or longer residential stay. - Any adventurous activities. - Periods of time when pupils are under remote supervision (i.e. not direct Supervision). - Any exchange. - Any trip abroad. For adventurous activities and remote supervision parents must be briefed carefully and thoroughly and asked to sign in advance that they accept such activities. On residential trips parents should be asked to give their consent for emergency medical treatment. The consent form is also a good opportunity to gather: - Medical information about the pupil. - Parents emergency contact details. - Details of family doctor. Use the standard form for seeking consent or a variation of it after removing irrelevant elements STAFF:PUPIL RATIOS The recommended ratio for one-day academic field trips is at least one adult for every 6 pupils in Years 1 3 (with a higher ratio for Under 5 s). 1 adult to 10 pupils in Years 4 6, 1 adult to in years 7 upwards (with a larger ratio for over 16 s) and 1 adult to 10 for any visit abroad.. Ratios may need to be more favorable under certain circumstances. Factors to take into consideration are: - Age, gender and ability of the group. - Pupils with special educational or medical needs. - Behaviour of pupils. - Experience and competence of staff. - Nature of activities. - Duration and nature of journey. - Type of accommodation. - First Aid cover. There must be enough staff to cope effectively with an emergency. Trips to remote areas, abroad, overnight, or involving hazardous activities should be more generously staffed. On all trips away overnight there must always be at least two members of staff and on mixed trips away overnight at least one member of staff of each sex (this may be relaxed if a residential centre provides male or female staff). A rule of thumb on residential trips is one teacher to 10 pupils.
4 STAFFING AND SUPERVISION There must be a designated group leader. A deputy should also be nominated. The group leader is responsible for: - Planning and preparation (as specified in this document), including risk assessment. - Briefing of parents, pupils and staff. - Risk assessment. - Supervision and conduct of the visit/trip. - Welfare and safety of pupils and staff. - Operating emergency procedures where necessary. There must be a clearly established line of responsibility, ensuring that all adults and pupils on the trip know and accept who is the leader, deputy and so on. Staff must be suitably experienced, competent (e.g. with the age of the group) and, where relevant to the activity, qualified. Group leaders should be aware of their own levels of competence, take advice from experts if necessary, and identify the skills and experience of other members of staff and plan to accommodate these. Supervising adults should be well briefed by the group leader and have a good understanding of their responsibilities on the trip, the emergency procedures, the information in the risk assessment and information about individual pupils. Expert staff (at outdoor centres, for example), may be of great assistance, and may, indeed, be essential, but remember that the ultimate responsibility for the welfare of your pupils is yours. Whatever is planned must be within the capability of the pupils and, where physical activity is involved, training may need to be part of the preparation. Forethought, care, and a prudent concern for the safety and welfare of all involved will ensure both success and peace of mind. PREPARING PUPILS Pupils should be carefully briefed before a visit, especially in matters of conduct and safety. Pupils should understand: - Aims and objectives of the visit/activity. - Background information about the place to be visited. - Relevant foreign culture/customs. - How to avoid specific dangers. - Safety precautions. - Standards of behaviour expected. - Rules about ringing home (how to avoid causing concern or confusion at home). - Emergency procedures. - Rendezvous procedures. - What to do if separated from the group. - Items banned from being brought on the trip and from being purchased during the trip. - Staff roles.
5 DISCIPLINE AND GROUP CONTROL Make sure that your requirements are clearly explained, and thoroughly understood by all (supervising adults and pupils) before the trip. Make it clear where you devolve responsibility (e.g. to an instructor), ensure that the pupils know that the instructor is to be obeyed whilst they are in his care. On some major trips it may be sensible to produce a written code to be given to each member of the party covering, for example, some of the following: - Daily timetable or itinerary. - Sleeping arrangements (keep a list to hand). - Rules on segregation of sexes. - Lights out/morning routine. - Room tidying and checks. - Items not to be carried or taken on the trip. - Standards and type of dress. - Personal hygiene. - Arrangements for free time. - Catering. - Emergency procedures, such as fire drill (precautions should be checked on arrival). - General standard of behaviour/punctuality/meeting points (e.g. on ferries). - Respect for hotel staff, drivers, instructors, other guests, etc. - Safety precautions (sun cream/clothing on ski trips, for example). - Security of all personal belongings, valuables and passport. Be at pains to stress the danger inherent in visiting a country where the traffic drives on the right. Ensure that your group is convermedical Centret with any code particularly relevant to their activity, e.g. mountain code, country code, the codes of National Bodies under whose auspices an activity is being pursued. SECURITY Regular head counts are essential, particularly before leaving any venue, on boarding transport, at mealtimes and bedtimes, etc. On any walk there must be adults at the front to lead and adults at the back to prevent stragglers. Road crossings must be supervised wherever possible. It is helpful for pupils to be easily identifiable (e.g. by wearing uniform) especially in crowded urban areas and for younger children. Consider using badges with the name of the school and an emergency contact number. Rendezvous points should be established and children should be briefed on what to do if they become separated from the main group. On residential visits all group members should carry the address/phone number of the accommodation. Pupils should be well prepared for remote supervision: - Telephone numbers and emergency contacts if lost. - Money. - Maps and plans. - Knowledge of how to summon help.
6 - Knowledge of out of bounds areas/activities. - Rendezvous point. In advance of residential visits group leaders should do their best to follow these guidelines: - To secure a floor plan of rooms. - Room should be grouped together with staff rooms adjacent, the immediate area being exclusively for the group s use if possible. - If possible pupils should not be on ground floor rooms, especially girls. - Male and female sleeping/bathroom facilities should be separate. - Pupils doors should have locks but teachers must have access. - Balconies, windows and electrical connections should be safe. - To secure assurances from the accommodation manager that all his staff (including temporaries) have been checked as suitable to work with young people. - To ascertain whether security arrangements are in place if there is no 24-hour reception. On arrival there should be a briefing to explain the layout of the accommodation, its fire precautions and exits, its routines and regulations. There should be a fire drill. MEDICAL The group leader must consult the Special Medical List for details of pupils medical conditions and follow up by discussing the child s needs with the parents. These are kept in the Medical Centre and updated very regularly. In the first instance, check with the Medical Centre regarding any special requirements for your destination, e.g. inoculations that might be necessary. Check also arrangements for emergency treatment abroad (e.g. E111), and secure consent to emergency treatment (see Consent Form). Members of staff responsible for leading expeditions in this country, and abroad, which involve an overnight stay of one or more nights, MUST obtain from the Medical Centre a medical record form for each participating pupil to facilitate emergency hospital treatment should it be necessary. The form will offer parental consent for such treatment, plus a list of allergies, etc. Record the administration of any medicines date, time, name of medicine, dose. In an emergency the school Medical Centre can be contacted for extra information 24 hours a day (during term-time) telephone: (mobile ) FIRST AID Ideally a member of the group will have a good working knowledge of first aid and an adequate first aid box must be taken. (The Medical Centre will advise and provide.) For adventurous activities, visits abroad or residential visits it is sensible if at least one of the adults is a fully-trained first aider. On every trip an adult should be appointed to be in charge of first aid arrangements. Supervising adults should know how to contact the emergency services and they should know the location of the nearest hospital.
7 EMERGENCY PROCEDURES If anything goes seriously wrong contact the Headmaster or in his absence the Deputy Head at once. - School Headmaster (mobile) Deputy Head (mobile) Clerk to the Governors (mobile) If an accident or emergency happens on a visit the main factors to consider are: - Establish the nature and extent of the emergency as quickly as possible. - Ensure that all the group are safe and looked after. - Establish the names of casualties and get immediate medical attention for them. - Ensure a member of staff accompanies casualties to hospital and the rest of the group are kept together and adequately supervised. An embargo should be placed on members of the group contacting parents/the outside world. - Establish reliable link with outside world - Notify police if necessary. - Notify British Embassy/Consulate if abroad. - Inform the school contact person. - Notify insurers, especially if medical assistance is required. - Notify the provider/tour operator. - Record accurately and as soon as possible all facts, evidence, witness details. - Keep a written record of events, times, contacts, decisions after the incident. Details to be passed to the school: - Nature, date and time of incident. - Location of incident. - Names of casualties. - Details of injuries. - Names of others involved. - Action taken so far. - Action yet to be taken. - Details of staff deployment. Legal liability should not be discussed with other parties. No-one should talk to the media under any circumstances all media enquiries should be referred to the Headmaster. Do not deal directly with parents. The Headmaster (or, if he is not available, the Deputy Head or Clerk to the Governors) will contact parents and act as link between the group and parents. He will also liaise with the Chairman of Governors. SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS If there are pupils with SEN ask yourself: - Can the activity/visit be adapted to enable them participate at a suitable level? - Is the pupil able to understand and follow instructions? - Will additional supervision be necessary? - Is there a supervisor available who knows them well?
8 TRANSPORT Book transport. Seek advice, if necessary, on coach firms. Only reputable firms may be used: drivers must be qualified and vehicles properly maintained. (List available from main office for UK Trips). If travelling in a school minibus, read the guidelines on use of minibuses. Group leaders are responsible for organizing head counts at every point of embarkation and for supervising safety at stops (e.g. traffic at motorway services). Group leaders are also responsible for ensuring that seat belts are worn. Supervising adults should sit amongst pupils on trains, buses, etc. On ferries pupils must be clearly briefed on the extent of their freedom to roam, rendezvous times and points, discipline and emergency procedures. On return: No pupil may be set down en route without a written request from parents, and then you must wait until the parent arrives. On arrival back at school you should wait until all children have been collected by their parents unless you know that other arrangements have been made. LATE RETURN If your return is delayed, telephone the School Office or school contact person to give a revised estimated time of arrival. Ask pupils to telephone home on their mobiles if they have them or use the mobile provided by the School. CATERING Inform the caterers if meals are to be missed. (Kitchens direct line ) Submit a written request (using the catering requisition forms) well in advance (minimum 3 days notice) if you require packed meals, late meals, etc. LIAISON WITH COLLEAGUES You should inform colleagues in plenty of time in advance if any disruption to lessons is planned. Enter all trips onto the Calendar as far as possible. Also put a list in the Staff Room of all pupils involved, and ensure that pupils make a polite request to staff if they need to miss any lessons or other activities. A list of all pupils involved should also be given to the School Office. Pupils should be reminded to check for clashes with music lessons and warn their music teachers in plenty of time. FINANCIAL MATTERS Do not deal with school trip money through your own account. Seek advice from the Director of Finance regarding sensible procedures to ensure that there can be no doubts about financial propriety. Observe strict accounting practices, keeping accurate records of all payments received, and made, with receipts as appropriate.
9 INSURANCE Check with the Clerk to the Governors whether or not the school insurance cover is sufficient for the trip/activity. Is additional cover needed? If using a commercial operator what is available through the operator or centre? Any trip abroad, residential trip or involving adventurous training activities may require specialist insurance. LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY The standard of care which has be exercised by teachers towards their pupils is that which would be exercised by reasonably careful parents towards their own children. In this context the test of the reasonably careful parent must be applied not in relation to the parent at home, but in relation to parents applying their minds to this particular aspect of school life, or this activity within the school context. Where a teacher has done all that a reasonably careful parent would have done in the particular circumstances, there is unlikely to be any question of legal liability, even though a pupil may have been injured. Make sure, therefore, that you know all the applicable regulations and requirements for the trip/activity you are undertaking, and are able to comply with them. If a legal claim against a teacher does arise under common law, the school as the teacher s employer will be liable, though individual teachers can be liable for negligence under Criminal Law. FOREIGN TRAVEL Early enquiries about the validity of passports, visa requirements, etc., will avoid panic when departure is imminent. For foreign nationals you may have to make particular arrangements, e.g. for visas. The International Office can help with advice. CHECKLIST FOR MAJOR TRIPS (Residential) A. Take with you: Travel tickets, visas, plus copies. A copy of letters confirming essential arrangements/booking forms/confirmation invoices, etc., and contact details for the accommodation. Details of location of local hospital/medical services. Full insurance details, with claim forms and the company s contact details. A copy of the detailed itinerary. A full list of party members and accompanying adults, with addresses, telephone numbers of parents/contacts. A recent photograph of all members of the party. A note of the contact telephone numbers for the school contact person and a contact number for the Headmaster. Parental consent forms (medical consent may be needed to be produced at a hospital). A first aid kit appropriate for the type of journey (including travel pills, etc.). E111s if appropriate.
10 Passports (if appropriate). List of passport numbers/place of issue. An outline of the emergency procedures. Cash/credit cards/cheque book/travellers cheques/emergency funds. B. During the trip: On arrival at a hostel/hotel check all rooms for damage and report at once to hotel management. C. Leave with the Headmaster and School Office: A copy of the itinerary, including contact telephone numbers and full details of expected time of return. Group leader s mobile phone number. A copy of each party member s parental consent form. The name, address, telephone and fax numbers of tour operators/ferry companies/coach companies/accommodation, etc. A copy of insurance documents. A copy of travel documents. Documentation required before trip/tour departure The following should be lodged with the Academic Secretary: 1. A list of all pupils, staff and any additional adults traveling with the group 2. A full itinerary, including addresses, telephone numbers and travel details. Include details of arrangements for any pupils joining or leaving the trip at different times or places. 3. Photocopies of all pupils consent forms and codes of conduct. 4. Mobile telephone numbers phones should be collected from the Clerk to the Governor s Office 5. An appropriate risk assessment. See the Academic Secretary/Headmaster for guidance Ensure that you have contact numbers at School for the duration of the tour.
11 School Trip Checklist A. TAKE WITH YOU: Tickets, passports, visas plus copies List of passport numbers/place of issue Copy of letters confirming arrangements/booking forms/confirmation invoices and contact information for accommodation Details of location of local hospital/medical services Full insurance details with claim forms and the company s contact details A copy of the detailed itinerary A full list of party members including adults with addresses and telephone numbers of parents/contacts Emergency contact numbers for the school First aid kit appropriate for the type of journey Medical information from Medical Centre A recent photo of all members of the party School mobile phone Parental Consent Forms including Medical Consent Forms E111s if appropriate Outline of emergency procedures Cash/credit cards/cheque book/travellers cheque/emergency funds B. DURING THE TRIP Check all hotel/hostel rooms for damage on arrival and report at once to hotel management Plan of accommodation Room List Ask hotel/hostel to explain emergency procedures and to sound fire alarm C. LEAVE AT SCHOOL A copy of the itinerary including contact phone numbers and full details of expected time of return Group leader s school mobile phone number A copy of each party member s parental consent number The name, address, telephone and fax numbers of tour operators/ferry companies/coach companies/accommodation A copy of insurance documents A copy of travel documents A list of all those travelling in the group Risk assessment
12 D. OTHER POINTS TO CONSIDER Have the parents been fully briefed? Have the pupils been fully briefed? Have you given parents/pupils a written code of conduct? Has the trip been given clearance by the Headmaster? Have you checked with the Clerk to the Governors to check that the trip is adequately insured? Have outside staff/helpers been CRB checked? Revised January 2013 Next Revision Date January 2014
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