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Task 1 links to learning outcome 1 (AC 1.1)
Produce a factsheet outlining legislation in relation to health and safety in learning environments.
Task 2 links to learning outcome 1 (AC 1.2, 1.3) and learning outcome 2 (AC 2.1)
Begin this task by giving examples of potential risks and hazards that might be found in a learning
environment. The examples must include risks to health, safety and security, both in a learning
environment or during off site visits.
Describe a minimum of four (4) factors to be taken into account when planning healthy and safe
indoor and outdoor environments and explain how health and safety is monitored and maintained
in the learning environment.
Task 3 links to learning outcome 3 (AC 3.1, 3.2, 3.3)
Read the following scenarios before attempting the task.
Marcus is on placement in your school whilst studying for his level 2 qualification. When he arrived at
the school this morning he noticed that the outside climbing frame was very wet and slippery. Marcus
realises immediately that this is a potential hazard. However, the weather forecast is for a sunny day
despite the wet start to the morning.
What action should Marcus take? Should he report the hazard now or assume it will by dry by
You are mentoring Myra, a new teaching assistant who is supporting in the year 6 class with you
today. The children are using magnifying glasses for their group projects. It is a really hot stuffy day
and the children in Myra’s group want to undertake their project outside. Myra comes to you for advice.
Consider your response.
How might you balance the choices of the children with health or safety requirements?
What risks or hazards might there be?
Explain why it is important to take a balanced approach to risk management.
Explain the dilemmas
Complete the following table to give examples of ways to support children and young people to
assess and manage risk in a learning environment. Ensure different age ranges and different
learning environments are covered.
Considering sharing this resource with colleagues in own setting.
Task 4 links to learning outcome 4 (AC4.1, 4.2) and learning outcome 5 (AC 5.1, 5.2)
Produce a resource pack for new members of the support team to help them understand how to
respond to accidents, incidents, emergencies and signs of illness in the learning environment.
Ensure the information includes an explanation of policies and procedures for responding to each
of the following.
In addition, explain the correct procedures for recording and reporting:
- in the learning environment and off-site visits
- management of administration of medication, including a description of own responsibilities
and accountabilities in relations to administration of medication.
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