Insurance for Schools FAQs
Bruce Stevenson Insurance Brokers has teamed up with insurer Hayes Parsons and the Scottish Council for Independent Schools to offer parents an option to insure their pupils’ school fees in the event of absence.
Who provides this policy?
The policy is provided by Bruce Stevenson Insurance Brokers via Hayes Parson Insurance Brokers and is underwritten by Aviva.
How do I sign up?
You simply need to scan the QR code on the form with your smartphone and opt-in.
Alternatively, you can sign up for either policy here.
What is the cost of this policy?
The school fees return premium is calculated as a % rate of your termly fees is listed in the brochure and you can download a copy of it below.
Where can I read or download the summary of covers?
You can view and download them in the link below.
How do I pay for this?
Once you opt-in via the sign-up form, you don’t need to do anything else.
We will contact the school and the balance will be added to your termly fee invoice.
How do I claim on this policy?
If you purchase cover and wish to make a claim, you can contact Bruce Stevenson’s Claims Department on 0131 553 2293 or complete our online claim form here.
If I have any questions, can I discuss with someone before I opt-in?
Yes, if you want to discuss the cover, you can contact our dedicated Education Account Executive on 0141 354 4495 or email [email protected].
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