I teach at a small village primary school. I have volunteered/had my arm twisted to take our Y5/6s to an outdoor centre for a week. There are 7 pupils in total. After discussion with our PE network teacher he advised me that at least 2 adults would be required to take even 7 pupils. This is because the outdoor centre do not provide instructors during the evening, so the adults from our school will take sole responsibility for the pupils during this time. This will be difficult for one adult to do alone in case of accidents, injuries, never mind needing to go to the loo, phoning home, having a shower etc!!!!! I discussed this with my Head who rang the outdoor centre. They said as our group was small we were only entitled to one free adult place and school would have to pay for any additional adults UNLESS any child has medical needs. The Head said as one child has medical needs I can take one of the TAs with me. However if this particular child decides not to go, I will have to take 6 on my own. I am inclined to refuse to go alone. Doesn't this leave me open to all kinds of litigation issues? Or should I be OK? Help!!!!!