Every child taking part in a licensed performance must be supervised by their parent or guardian or a licensed chaperone.
A chaperone is responsible for the wellbeing and safety of all children in their care and must give the same care to the children as a parent would give.
If you live in Medway, we will issue the chaperone licence.
Every chaperone must have:
- an enhanced DBS certificate issued by Medway Council
- 2 character references
- attended an up-to-date chaperone guidance session.
How long a licence lasts
Chaperone licences run alongside a valid DBS certificate and will last for 3 years from the issue date of the DBS. It is the chaperone’s responsibility to reapply at the end of this 3 year period.
We may be able to accept existing DBS certificates if we have issued them at Medway Council and if they are within this 3 year period.
To renew your licence, you'll need to complete a chaperone renewal form.
Apply for a licence
To apply for a chaperone licence, you must read and complete our chaperone application form.
Then contact us to arrange an appointment by phoning 01634 337 310 or emailing email@example.com.
Please allow plenty of time to process your application.
For more information phone 01634 337 310 or email firstname.lastname@example.org