A Parent/Family Guide to ‘Out of School Settings’ ( Published: 15/07/2021)

Make sure your children and young people are safe – ask the right questions at an out-of-school setting.

‘Out of School Settings’ are organisations or individuals that provide tuition, training, instruction or activities to children without their family’s supervision. They generally provide tuition, training, instruction or activities outside of normal school hours such as during evenings, weekends or school holidays.

It is vital that families think through the types of question that they should ask before sending their child to an ‘Out of School Setting’ in order to make sure they are safe. This Manchester family guide provides advice to parents and carers.

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