Corona virus update: We ask all members of our community to follow the advice given by the NHS. This can be viewed by clicking the link below.


Please click on the link below to access information about what to do if your child becomes unwell in during the Covid 19 pandemic.

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Fluoride Information  

Fizzy Fluoride Newsletter

Welfare room request- Donations required

Do you have any spare school uniform items that you could donate to our welfare room for small emergencies with our younger children?

We especially need small sizes of underwear, socks, tights and plimsolls to fit our younger children in Reception and Keystage 1.

Administration of medicines in school

Please click on the links below to view our policy and procedures regarding the administering of medicines in school and to download a permission form.

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From 1st October 2014 the Department of Health requires each school in England to have an emergency inhaler available on site.

Children diagnosed with asthma have their own inhalers brought to school which they use when needed.

In cases where their own inhaler is lost, damaged or out of date we could let them use the emergency inhaler at school in case of an asthma attack.

If you are happy for your child to be given the emergency inhaler should the situation arise, please sign and return to school the consent form which can be downloaded by clicking the link below.

Please note the school inhaler is only to be given in emergency and is not a replacement for the child’s own inhaler.

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For up to date information about asthma triggers please click the link below;

Asthma weather triggers information from Asthma UK

For up to date information about asthma and corona virus please click on the link below

Asthma UK advice about corona virus

Vomiting and diarrhoea

If your child has vomiting or diarrhoea they must not return to school until 48 hours after the last episode.

Medical and Health Care plans

It is essential that children with medical needs have an up to date Care Plan in school to ensure that we can meet their needs. The plans are to ensure that ongoing medical needs such as asthma, eczema or an allergy, are known to school staff and the means to appropriately manage those needs is in place.

If your child has any medical need that the school should be aware of please contact the Welfare Assistant as soon as possible to discuss this further.

If your child currently has a care plan it is important that you renew it annually to ensure all information is up to date.

Please click on the link below to download a Care plan form.

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