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Educational visits: parental consent
Is there guidance on parental consent for off-site school trips? This article explains which school activities require parental consent. It links to a consent form for school trips, relays advice on who can give consent, and looks at arrangements for when parents withhold consent.
- Low-risk activities during school hours
- Higher-risk and out-of-hours activities
- Who can give consent?
- Parents withholding permission for trips
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