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Freedom of Information Request

PTA Insurance

Received: 12 June 2020

Please could you supply the information regarding the following:
LEA Insurance questions:
1. Are PTAs or parent bodies (a separate legal entity to the school) insured under your schools insurance policy?
2. If yes are they insured for the following:
a) Material damage to property owned by the PTA or parent body caused by fire, theft, accidental damage, storm or flood.
a. Stored on the school premises.
b. Stored at a volunteers residential address.
b) Business Interruption
c) Theft or damage of the PTA's or parent bodies' money.
d) Public Liability
e) Employers liability
f) Personal accident cover including death or disablement arising from an accident and/or assault at a PTA organized and run event.
g) Deterioration of Stock belonging to the PTA or parent body
h) Financial and Administrative Liability
i) Trustee Indemnity
j) Events run by the PTA or parent body either
a. On school property during the normal school day (Christmas Fair etc.)
b. On school property outside of the normal school day (parent film night as an example).
c. Off of school property such as a town hall or park.
k) Are insured events restricted by the number of attendees?
l) Are any events excluded such as fireworks, inflatables or anything else?
3. If no, do you provide standalone insurance for PTAs or parent bodies?
4. If yes does your standalone insurance cover the following:
a) Material damage to property owned by the PTA or parent body caused by fire, theft, accidental damage, storm or flood.
a. Stored on the school premises.
b. Stored at a volunteers residential address.
b) Business Interruption
c) Theft or damage of the PTA's or parent bodies' money.
d) Public Liability
e) Employers liability
f) Personal accident cover including death or disablement arising from an accident and/or assault at a PTA organized and run event.
g) Deterioration of Stock belonging to the PTA or parent body
h) Financial and Administrative Liability
i) Trustee Indemnity
j) Events run by the PTA or parent body either
a. On school property during the normal school day (Christmas Fair etc.)
b. On school property outside of the normal school day (parent film night as an example).
c. Off of school property such as a town hall or park.
k) Are insured events restricted by the number of attendees?
l) Are any events excluded such as fireworks, inflatables or anything else?

5. How much does your standalone PTA insurance cost per year?

6. If you do not provide standalone insurance and PTAs or parent bodies are not covered under the school insurance policy, do you provide a bolt on policy to your school insurance for PTAs?

7. Does your bolt on insurance for PTAs or parent bodies cover

a) Material damage to property owned by the PTA or parent body caused by fire, theft, accidental damage, storm or flood.
a. Stored on the school premises.
b. Stored at a volunteers residential address.
b) Business Interruption
c) Theft or damage of the PTA's or parent bodies' money.
d) Public Liability
e) Employers liability
f) Personal accident cover including death or disablement arising from an accident and/or assault at a PTA organized and run event.
g) Deterioration of Stock belonging to the PTA or parent body
h) Financial and Administrative Liability
i) Trustee Indemnity
j) Events run by the PTA or parent body either
a. On school property during the normal school day (Christmas Fair etc.)
b. On school property outside of the normal school day (parent film night as an example).
c. Off of school property such as a town hall or park.
k) Are insured events restricted by the number of attendees?
l) Are any events excluded such as fireworks, inflatables or anything else?

8. How much does your bolt o

Outcome / Documents

  • Response (all information to be supplied) - application/pdf - Download

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