Medication in School
We will only administer medication that has been prescribed by a GP and has the childs name on it. All medication must be given in it's original packet/box.
If your child requires medication during the school day to be administered by a member of staff, written permission must be provided. A permission form is available at the school reception for you to fill out or it can be printed from the school website below. ALL medication must be brought to the school by the parent, carer or responsible adult. DO NOT send medication to school with your child.
Just a reminder that a child under the age of 16 should not be given aspirin or medicines which contain Ibuprofen, unless prescribed by a doctor. Therefore, if you wish your child to take Ibuprofen in school, please could you ask your doctor for a prescription and then send the Ibuprofen into school with the chemist’s sticker on the original box/bottle.
Useful Curriculum Information for Parents
Here you can find powerpoints and resources that we have used to deliver training to parents in focus areas such as the Multiplication Tables Check, SATS and more.
The Expert Parents Guide to Childhood Anxiety
Please click the link below to see the guide to childhood anxiety.
The guide offers easily implemented guidance to help children with anxiety. It provides parents and teachers with a straightforward structure to use when talking to children about anxiety. Recommended expert techniques to help ease children’s worries, and encourage them to open up about their emotions. There are also tips surrounding nurturing optimism and go to tools and resources
We believe childhood anxiety is something that more parents need to understand. It is something that is impacting the lives of far too many children, well into adolescence. We want to spread the word on the subject and help spread awareness across the UK.