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Boarding School Student's Possessions Insurance

Boarding School Insurance

Our Student Personal Possessions Insurance Policy has been designed to protect your child’s possessions whilst at boarding school.

Boarding School Students take a vast array of personal possessions including mobile phones, laptops, tablets, sports and musical equipment away with them. Boarding school pupils will also have clothing and many other personal effects with them at school.

Our Student Personal Possessions Insurance Policy will cover theft or damage to your child’s possessions. There is a range of cover options available meaning that you can select the level of cover that best suits your individual circumstances.

Please note that all bookings will need to be made via our Help Centre for students under the age of 18

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Or call us on 0161 772 3390 office opening times are Monday to Friday

Key features

  • Specialist Student Possessions Insurance.
  • New for old cover
    (except for clothing & bed linen where a deduction for wear and tear may be made, or mobile phones & games consoles which may be replaced with a model of comparable specification or equivalent value).
  • No specialist lock requirement.
  • Choice of cover available.
  • High value items such as laptops & mobile phones can be included.
  • Low £10 claim excess.

Cover Available

We provide a range of options so that you can choose the student contents insurance covers that you require.

Tailor the student contents insurance to meet your requirements and save money, by only paying for what you need.

Policy Benefit
Sum Insured
Personal Possessions
£2,000–£14,000
Laptop Computer Equipment£500–£3,500
Mobile Phones£250–£1,000
Pedal Cycle | Cover Anywhere Within The UK
(Within Europe For Up To 45 days)
£250–£3,000
Musical Instruments | Cover Anywhere Within The UK£300–£3,000
Camera Equipment£100–£5,000
Landlords Property | Tenants Liability
£5,000–£10,000

Useful Links

Here are some links that may be of use to students and their parents, in boarding schools.