Insurance section is responsible for insuring the council's assets and the insurance arrangements for community and voluntary aided schools.
Choose from the following:
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Certificate of insurance 2021-2022 (pdf)
Employers' liability certificate.
Fidelity guarantee policy 2020-21 (pdf) *
This document provides useful guidance on conditions of control all schools ought to be practicing. Non compliance where processes are not in place to mitigate losses, may result in a claim not being met in full.
Insurance policy information and claims procedures 2020/21 (pdf) *
A summary of the cover provided under the insurance policies and what to do when a claim arises. (Voluntary aided schools should read this information in conjunction with the cover provided by the diocese).
Offsite activities insurance policy 2020/21 (pdf) *
Insurance cover provided for school trips and offsite activities.
Insurance for lettings (pdf)
Details of the public liability insurance for hirers of premises owned or occupied by Ealing community and voluntary-aided schools.
Medical procedures cover (pdf) *
Comparison and summary of cover.
Report form - T730 Damage to and theft from all council establishments (word)
This form should be completed to report all incidents (accidental or deliberate) including break-ins, criminal damage, vandalism, graffiti, theft and fire damage.
This focusses on the need for schools to ensure they have a management system in place.
Dogs in schools (pdf) *
Risk control for dogs in schools, policy development, responsibilities, risk assessments and the welfare of the dog.
The responsible person/owner of the dog is required to have their own public liability insurance policy in place before they bring the dog onto school premises. They are to declare to their insurer that the dog will be working in a school during working hours. You should view a copy of the owners public liability insurance policy every year and keep a copy for your records.
Forest school (pdf) *
Each Forest School may have differing facilities to operate within and therefore each should be assessed accordingly.
As part of everyday pupil activities the local authority must risk assess the pool and the supervision of children.
Storage arrangements of hazardous materials as well as those for science lessons must be maintained and monitored.
Mary Guruparan, insurance officer:
Tel: 020 8825 8378
General enquiries: 020 8825 8816/8378
General email: firstname.lastname@example.org