PRIMARY SCHOOL ENTRY FORMS
SG Mini Tennis Final Invite (FOR THOSE SCHOOL WHO HAVE QUALIFIED FROM R1)
SG Trigolf Invite
AS Aqua Invite (Dec 2017) - Cancelled due to facility not available
AS Aqua Invite (2018) - Full
AS Change 4 Life Celebration Day
AS This Girl Can Multi-Sports Day
AS Brownlee Triathlon Invite
AS- Open Entry - Yr4 Drax Cricket Invite
St Barts Girls Football Invite
HEALTH & SAFETY/SAFEGUARDING
RISK ASSESSMENTS / EVOLVE NOTIFICATION
It is the responsibility of individual schools to have appropriate risk assessments in place for all activities they attend.
SGO’s and Active Schools will not send risk assessments direct to Schools. They should download sample risk assessments from Evolve for all Active Schools and SSP events and personalise them.
For large, centrally organised Active School events, risk assessments will be in the Active Schools tab of the resources section on Evolve. For School Games and SSP events risk assessments are in the PE tab.
The ‘Events’ risk assessment can be adapted to cover the vast majority of sites used, and for all multi skills activities. Your school may also add activity specific risk assessments if they feel it necessary. (sample activity risk assessments can also be downloaded from Evolve).
As always a Transport risk assessment will be required
filming & photography
Please ensure that the member of staff in charge is aware of which pupils can/cannot be photographed
Pupils who cannot be photographed must be identified by a yellow wristband which will be provided
The school will be asked to identify a designated member of staff for photography who must wear a blue wristband which will be provided
Only images taken by that person can be used by the school
All persons accompanying the school must be informed of the following:
They may take photographs, however;
they must not display or distribute images taken unless they have consent to do so from the school or Active Schools;
they must not use images which may cause distress;
they must not use a mobile telephone to take images;
they must not take images “in secret” or take images in situations that may be construed as being secretive;
they must not take images of single children/young people with no surrounding context;
they should ensure that in all images taken children/young people are dressed appropriately
and that any inadvertent photograph taken of a child wearing a yellow wristband must be destroyed.
In the first instance staff are responsible for providing first aid to the children they have brought to the event. There will be support for larger instances. Please ensure you bring sufficient first aid supplies.