Before and after-school clubs: risk assessments

See examples and templates of risk assessments for breakfast and after-school club wraparound care.

Last reviewed on 14 March 2023
Ref: 43781
Contents
  1. See school examples
  2. Use templates and examples from the HSE and a local authority

See school examples

Wakefield Snapethorpe Primary School in Wakefield has an after-school club risk assessment that provides space to answer the following questions:

  • What are the hazards?
  • Who might be harmed and how?
  • What are you already doing (to prevent the hazard)?
  • What further action is necessary?
  • Action by who?
  • Action by when?

George Spicer Primary School in Enfield has risk assessments for 2 sites that cover both after-school clubs and breakfast clubs:

They include control measures around:

  • Staff suitability and awareness of procedures
  • Site suitability
  • Security
  • Supervision
  • Missing children
  • Slips, trips and falls

Use templates and examples from the HSE and a local authority

  • The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has a simple, non school-specific template you can use
  • Suffolk Learning, from Suffolk County Council, has a more detailed template for 'everyday activities'

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