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Supporting pupils at school with medical conditions: a summary

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Last updated on 1 December 2016
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What are the statutory requirements for supporting pupils with medical conditions? We look at the statutory guidance on supporting pupils at school with medical conditions, including the requirements for the governing body, and what must be in the school policy.

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Contents

  1. 1 Supporting pupils with medical conditions: an overview
  2. 2 Statutory responsibilities of governing bodies
  3. 3 Requirement for a policy on supporting pupils with medical conditions
  4. 4 Liability and indemnity
  5. 5 Requirements covered under other legislation

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