Off-site activities insurance - About us
Chubb is truly a global company
Chubb is one of the largest Accident and Health insurers in the United Kingdom, with the size, scale and financial security to meet your insurance needs. We are a truly global company with local operations in over 50 countries which brings advantages when you have international insurance cover.
Chubb has been bringing a service to the Schools’ Activities market since 1998, working with a large number of Local Education Authorities and Academies. We have skilled, professional claims and customer service personnel working to set service levels.
Many of the UK’s major insurance brokers, specialising in public sector risk, trust Chubb's Off-Site and On-Site Activities Insurance programme for their respective clients. We ensure there is a consistent approach, evolving the cover to meet new requirements, which means that there are no surprises at renewal, with annual rates guaranteed.
You pay no excess and there will be no further payments to be made by schools or parents should a claim be made. Our market-leading policy has continually developed based on our experience and research with a global reach to provide the widest possible support in a time of crisis. We provide value added advice to help inform schools make the best decisions.
Chubb works with what the market needs having an in-depth understanding of the requirements and constraints placed on schools to maintain the well-being of their pupils. Responding to changes in funding and responsibility, new operations, complex multiple end-users or special schools, our processes can adjust to the new requirements; we have developed transferable skills in LEAs, Academies and Independent schools’ sectors.
Chubb offers different pricing for younger and older pupils which can be flexed to meet the specific requirements of each school.
12 months cover from
*inclusive of IPT.
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