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Sixth-formers: going off-site during the school day

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Last updated on 6 July 2017
School types: All · School phases: Secondary, 16 Plus
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Are sixth-formers able to study off-site during the school day? We relay advice from the DfE and 3 of our associate education experts on whether sixth-formers can leave the site during breaks, lunch, or for curriculum activities. We also look at when schools are responsible for sixth-formers.

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Contents

  1. 1 Studying off-site
  2. 2 Break and lunchtimes
  3. 3 Schools' duty of care
  4. 4 Accounting for pupils 
  5. 5 Procedures from schools
  6. 6 PE off-site

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