Every student, home safe, every time.
Does your school send students overseas? Are you aware of the legal obligations you are under in fulfilling your duty of care to them? Would you be able to respond quickly and in a well-prepared manner should an injury, illness or security situation mean they need immediate assistance?
Crucially, would you be able to demonstrate that you have taken all appropriate measures to mitigate the reasonably foreseeable risks specific to that trip and precise location? Would you know how to communicate with friends and family during a rapidly evolving situation? Would you know how to manage the media and protect the reputation of your academic institution?
If your school is exposed in this way, then the Education Without Borders conference is possibly the most valuable day out of school you’ll take this year.
Addressing travel risk for schools
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Scholastics Travel Risk Toolkit
A snapshot of schools that attended in 2018
Baranards Castle School
British Embassy School, Ankara
Bruern Abbey School
Felsted Preparatory School
Glenstal Abbey School
Hockerill Anglo-Eurpoean School
Mill Hill School
Orwell Park School
Prior Park College
Queen Anne School
Queen Ethelburga’s Collegiate
Sir Roger Manwood’s School
St Georges International School Luxembourge
Talleem Schools UAE
The American School in England – TASIS
The British School of Brussels
Tudor Hall School