When you are working for the Local Authority or another employer, it is usual for the employer’s own liability insurance to provide you with appropriate protection. But when you work outside the course of your normal employment you are potentially exposed to liability claims which might be brought against you personally by pupils, parents, or third parties.
Our teachers’ liability insurance scheme has been specially developed to protect the increasing numbers of teachers and lecturers who are self-employed or provide private tuition, lecturing, or coaching outside of their main employment. Liability cover is also available for freelance or self-employed music teachers and most types of educational consultants, including those operating limited companies.
Below are discounted rates that are available to members of teaching unions – if you’re not part of a union please click here to purchase your teacher’s insurance or obtain a quote.
Alan Boswell Group is the preferred insurance suppliers for all the major teacher’s unions including NEU (formally NUT & ATL) and ASCL. Our specialist teacher’s liability policy brings together the required covers in one simple package and is so competitively priced that there’s now no need to leave yourself without cover.
The process was really easy, but the really pleasing aspect was the communication by telephone prior to purchasing.
We have special schemes in place for members of the main teaching unions. For more details and prices, please select your union below:
Yes, freelance marking, examining, and moderating work is covered as standard by the policy.
Yes, you can change your personal details, upgrade the indemnity limit, and renew your policy online.
No excess applies to the first claim you make in any year. Subsequent claims in the same year are subject to a £250 excess if made under the public liability section and £500 if made under the professional indemnity section.
Yes the policy covers you for activities carried outside of England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man, and the Channel Islands for a maximum of 21 days per year.
When it comes to private tuition, parents and students may seek to apportion blame for a failure to reach a desired outcome. To some people, blame equals compensation. Nowadays, rather than accepting any personal responsibility, people are encouraged to search for someone else to blame for their misfortunes.
We have a dedicated claims support team of experienced personnel, mainly from insurance company backgrounds. Our people are there to help and support you and to manage your insurance claim for you through any crisis on a day-to-day basis.
We will liaise with the insurer and other parties such as loss adjusters and motor engineers to ensure you get personal service of the highest order and the best settlement possible for your insurance claim
Contact us by phone on 01603 218099 or by using our claims enquiry form so that we can help you.
In an emergency that occurs outside normal office hours you can call the 24-hour line direct with Hiscox on 0870 241 6257.