School can only administer prescribed medicines and only if they need to be taken four times daily. Parents of children who require regular medication e.g. inhalers need to inform our First Aid Co-ordinator Ms Bottomley and the necessary arrangements can be made.
All medication needs to be signed in at the school office by an adult and must NOT be placed in the children's bags.
The wearing of jewellery, including earrings, is against school rules for health and safety reasons. The wearing of watches is permitted.
School will inform parents or guardians if a case of headlice occurs in your child's class. Please visit www.nittygritty.co.uk for advice on prevention and treatments.
The NHS has been trying to encorage people to use local Pharmacies in it's 'Pharmacies First' campaign to relieve unnecessary appointments at Doctors surgeries. Various adverts have highlighted that minor ailments such as mild fevers, diarrhoea and skin irritations can be treated by speaking to your pharmacist.
Please click on the link below to watch a short video
They’re under self-care, pharmacy, Doctor/GP & A&E or 999
There are also 2 guides for parents, if you click the link below: