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There are a number of forms which are issued on a daily basis from the school office. These forms are now available to download below.
Please note that we are only allowed to administer medicine which has been prescribed by a doctor. This includes paracetamol, sore throat sweets and cough medicine. Please do not allow your child to keep medicine in their school bag. All medicine needs to be handed into the school office and stored safely and securely.
We keep a record of all children who have asthma and allergies. The consent form is to allow parents to give the school permission to use the emergency asthma inhaler should a child's own inhaler not be available. We do insist that children with asthma have their own medication (labelled with their name) in school at all times. We make a note of when this medicine reaches its expiry date and we will remind you to replace it. Our emergency inhaler is only to be used in the case of a real emergency. Asthma medication is taken by the responsible adults when the children go swimming in Years 3 and 4.
We no longer seek your consent every time your child goes on a school trip or visit or has their photograph taken. We ask for your consent at the beginning of their time at school and that consent is valid until they leave us in Year 6. However, should you choose to change your consent then please contact the school office, or download the form and hand it into school. We understand that there are occasionally reasons why parents would prefer that their children did not have their photograph taken for reasons of their safety and we will always respect the parents right to refuse consent.
Term-time Holiday: The Education (Pupil Registration) (England) Regulations 2006 have changed; Headteachers may no longer grant any leave of absence during term time unless there are exceptional circumstances. Please note that if you take your child out of school without permission you will be committing an offence under the Education Act 1996.