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- Conkers: health and safety guidance
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- Fire evacuation procedures: accounting for sixth formers
- Gardening: should we check tetanus vaccinations first? new
- Hijabs in PE lessons: asking pupils to remove them
- Hosting ex-pupils: schools’ duty of care
- Jewellery in PE lessons: asking pupils to remove it
- Keeping school pets: guidance updated
- Keeping spare underwear for pupil “accidents”: guidance
- Managing late collection of pupils
- Managing nut allergies in outdoor spaces
- Mats in PE: guidance new
- Personal emergency evacuation plans (PEEPs): samples and guidance
- Plasticine: can it be safely used by multiple children?
- Pregnant pupils: continuing attendance at school
- Pupils on the school site out of hours: legal responsibilities
- Pupils pushing other pupils in wheelchairs: guidance
- Pupils with SEN: participation in swimming lessons
- Reporting pupils’ injuries to parents: legal requirements
- Research on supervision of young children and accident risk
- Responsibility for pupils crossing roads
- Road safety education: is it statutory?
- School trips during Ramadan: health and safety
- Solar eclipse: how can pupils watch it safely? updated
- Supervision of pupils during breaks and lunchtimes
- Supporting pupils on crutches
- Temperature for outdoor PE: is there a set minimum?
- Tug of war: health and safety advice
- Walking to school unaccompanied
- Work experience in the summer holidays
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- Working with glass in art and design projects
- Critical incidents
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- Food and drink: health and safety
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Hosting ex-pupils: schools’ duty of care
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