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Advice on Completing your DBS Check Form

Write in black ink and in BLOCK CAPITALS. Leave a section blank if not required, do not write N/A anywhere.

If there is not enough room for any information then please use a continuation sheet:
continuation sheet.
(please make sure you print a continuation sheet using one piece of paper - print on both sides)

Sections a, b and c
These sections must be completed in full. The yellow fields are mandatory, and the form gives guidance on which white fields to complete.

The only exceptions are a28 and a29, these fields should be left blank, for the resons explained below.

Section d
This section must be left blank.
The government decided to halt ISA registration after this new application form had been produced. As a result applicants cannot apply for ISA registration.

Section e
You should complete this section in full.

Sections w, x, y and z
Don’t complete these sections which are on the last page of the form.

Identity Documents
You are required to send a number of original documents to prove your identity when applying for a check. You should also include a photocopy of each document. Find out which documents to send.

Final checklist
When posting your DBS application form to us, you should include:
1. The completed form, following the instructions above.
2. The original, and a photocopy of each required identity document.
3. A cheque for £49, made payable to 'Soapbox Training Trust'.

Everything should be sent to our address:
Blue Tutors
Apartment 3
Ponsbourne Manor
Newgate Street Village
Herts
SG13 8QR

More in depth information about completing the application form can be found on the DBS website

  1. "I would like to say that both Sarah and Joel have been fantastic - both helpful and reliable. They both came to lessons prepared - with a lesson plan and knowing the correct syllabus. They seem to be teaching my daughter some helpful complex concepts that would be otherwise difficult to grasp alone. I have spoken to Sarah about what would be helpful for Rochele and she listened and tried to address those issues. She has helped my dauther with developing writing skills, widening her vocabulary and learning essential English concepts and meanings. I also wanted to ensure my daughter didn't feel overwhelmed in June when the exams come, Sarah listened and came up with some ideas. She has been showing my daugher exam questions to get her used to the type of questions she will be asked in June. I was very happy with this. Sarah has worked hard whilst teaching my daughter - she has been consistant in her work and thorough. My daughter enjoys her lessons and looks forward to seeing her. Joel has worked particularly hard on teaching difficult concepts - he sets my daugher homework, which is helpful. I have also spoken to Joel about what would be helpful for Rochele and he has listened - and tried to address those issues. He seems to have a clear structure to the lessons. He does some work on writing and learning, then he sets some time aside for oral work. I feel that he has put a lot of thought into his teaching. He has also recommended a book which we purchased and my daughter is finding helpful. He has also been consistant in his work, my daughter looks forward to her lessons with him. I think that both Sarah and Joel are assets to your company."
  2. Ms M, Chalk Farm