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Hosting ex-pupils: schools’ duty of care
Last updated on 09 Feb 2015
Do we have a duty of care to ex-pupils who are visiting for the day? The DfE explains that both the ex-pupils’ former school and their current school may have a duty of care, under health and safety legislation and Common Law. We relay guidance from ASCL on best practice in this situation.
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