Module 9 

Section 1

School forms

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Accident forms

An accident form MUST be filled out whenever you administer any first aid. 

An accident is when a child has been injured.

Ensure you get the name(s) of the child or children involved.

Filling these forms out correctly will ensure you are protected from any further liabilities by following the correct procedures.

Please ask Chaz if you have any further questions.

Please watch the video below to see an example of how to fill in an accident form.

incident forms

An incident is when something happens. Such as a child throwing up or an argument between children.

Ensure you get the names of all the children involved.

Filling these forms out correctly will ensure you are protected from any further liabilities by following the correct procedures.

Please ask Chaz if you have any further questions.

Please watch the video below to see an example of how to fill in an incident form.

safeguarding forms

A safeguarding form will need to be filled out when and if you come across a safeguarding concern. ​

A safeguarding form should be filled out with as much detail as possible. You should include the procedure you followed and who you contacted.

You need to ensure you get the name of the child or children involved as well as any of the adults you have spoken/reported the concerns to.

Following the correct procedures will help protect you from any further liabilities.

If you have any further questions, please ask Chaz, our Safeguarding Lead.

Please watch the video below to see how to correctly fill out a safeguarding form.

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