Question: What age is a chaperone?

A chaperone is a person aged over 18 years* who is approved under Regulation 15 of The Children (Performances and Activities) (England) Regulations 2014 to have care and control of a child and to safeguard, support and promote the well being of the child while he/she is taking part in a performance, rehearsal, activity

Who could be a chaperone?

A chaperon was usually expected to be a married woman, although a respected, older unmarried or widowed woman (typically someone beyond child-bearing age) was often acceptable. Chaperones were usually not required in situations where an unmarried womans father was able to accompany his daughter(s).

What is it called when parents go on field trips?

Being a parent chaperone on your childs school field trip can be a wonderful experience for both of you. Here are some practical tips for being a responsible and effective volunteer for the class.

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