We can only administer medicines to the children if they have been prescribed by a doctor.
We will require a “Prescribed Medication” form to be completed for any medication that is to be administered at school.
We are unable to administer expired medication; it is the parent's responsibility to ensure that medication kept at school is in date.
If your child has severe allergies that may require an Epipen or Anapen, we request that two are kept at school and that a care plan is completed.
One ‘pen’ will be kept in your child’s classroom medical bag so that it is close to them during class based activities; the other will be kept in the Medical Room.
When your child is on a school trip, both ‘pens’ and any other medicine needed will be taken with them.
If your child requires an inhaler, we ask that two are kept at school. One will be kept in the classroom bag so that it is close to your child during class based activities and can be administered by the teacher or teaching assistant. The other inhaler will be kept in the Medical Room and can be administered during the lunchtime and is used to make up the club medical bag, to enable the inhaler to be accessible to the coach/instructor.
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If your child is sick at school or at home, they cannot attend school until they have been clear of their sickness or diarrhoea for 48 hours after their last episode.
The school has hand gel stations in each of the pupil areas, outside of their toilet blocks, so that pupils can sanitise their hands with ease, whenever they wish to. The hand gel stations help to prevent the spread of infection when used correctly.