Medical Needs

We are equipped to deal with minor injuries requiring simple first aid and attention will be given to children taken ill during school hours. Parents of children taken ill will be contacted and asked to take them home.  Parents are asked not to send children to school in the morning if it seems likely that they will be unfit to attend lessons.

Children having minor accidents will be treated in school. We send a text to parents for any significant medical attention given in school.  A bump to the head will involve a phone call to the parent/carer. For very serious accidents or illnesses, children may need to be taken by car or ambulance to hospital.  It is very important that we have an up to date contact address and telephone number for these eventualities.

We do not administer any form of medicine in school as routine unless this is the only way an otherwise fit child can remain in school e.g. Asthmatic cases.  In these cases a health care plan is kept for the child.  Mums, dads and carers can come to the school to administer short term medication (e.g: antibiotics) where necessary. On occasion, a parent may request that a member of staff administer an over-the-counter medication; this is the choice of a member of staff if they do this. Any medicine must be clearly marked with the child’s name and precise instructions on its administration. Medicines of this nature will be kept in the cabinet in the secretary’s office, except asthma inhalers that children in Years 5 and 6 can keep on their person.

Parent Consultation Evenings Bookings

03 Feb 2020

To book your Parent Consultation place please use the links below: Kingfisher Dates All Other Classes 12.2.20 All Other Classes 13.2.20

PSFA School Disco

24 Jan 2020

It's time to get your glad rags on and party party party!! The PSFA School Disco will be held on Thursday 6th February 2020.  Tickets available via SIMS Pay EYFS, YR1 & YR2 - 4.30pm - 5....

What to do if you receive a Head Bump notification

15 Jan 2020

If your child bumps their head during school you will receive a notification via SZapp and/or email.  Should the injury be a little more serious you will receive a phone call informing you of the...

PSFA Meetings

14 Jan 2020

Please note the dates of the next PSFA meeting are: Tuesday 3rd March 2020 Thursday 30th April 2020 Monday 8th June 2020 All meetings are held in the School hall at 7.15 and all are welcome to join us...

PSFA News

02 Dec 2019

We're now registered with easyfundraising which means that you can help us raise money for FREE!  Over 4,000 shops and sites will donate to us when you use easyfundraising to shop with them - at...

Parent Governor

02 Dec 2019

We currently have a vacancy for a Parent Governor at school.  If you would like to make a difference please click on the links below to see the information letter and application form. Vacancy Le...