Changes to Disqualification by Association in schools

Changes to Disqualification by Association in schools

Author: Ruth MurtonDate posted: September 2018

New statutory regulations 2018 which came into force from September 2018, have removed Disqualification by Association for individuals working in childcare in non-domestic settings such as schools and nurseries.

This article explains this policy change and is particularly relevant to governors and trustees in schools and nursery schools that provide childcare.

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