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Use our multi-purpose parental consent form covering consent for on-site activities, administering non-prescription medicines, emergency release and communication preferences. Find links to DfE parental consent forms that you can use for off-site activities and prescription medicines, and see examples of consent forms used by other schools.

Download our template consent form 

Our template form covers a range of activities in the following areas:

  • On-site activities
  • Medical consent (for non-prescription medicines)
  • Emergency release
  • Communication via phone, email and text message

KeyDoc: multi-purpose parental consent form

Please note that this form is not exhaustive, and you may wish to make amendments to suit the requirements of your own school.

This form does not cover consent for: 

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