What counts as regulated activity?
Regulated activity is work that a barred person must not do.
A person is in regulated activity if they regularly (once a week or more often, or on 4 or more days in a 30-day period):
- Work in or for a ‘specified place’ (see definition below) and have opportunity for contact with children – unless they are a supervised volunteer
- Are unsupervised and:
- Are responsible for teaching, training, instructing, caring for or supervising children
- Provide advice or guidance to children on physical, emotional or educational wellbeing
- Drive a vehicle only for children
'Specified places' include:
- All schools providing full-time (or mainly full-time) education for children
- Pupil referral units
- Nursery schools
- Childcare premises (including nurseries)
Any of the above activities (except for driving a vehicle) that occur between 2am