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Call 111

111 is a telephone service brought to you by the NHS. It is the number you should call when you need advice or medical treatment quickly, and you cannot wait for an appointment to see your doctor. If you need emergency medical treatment, you must call 999. An emergency is when someone needs medical help to save their life. If someone needs medical help to save their life, you must call 999. Calling 111 will make it easier and faster for you to get in touch with your local health services. It will also make sure that the 999 number is kept free for very serious emergency medical cases. Click on the picture to read the 111 leaflet.

The new NHS number

111 poster

Administering medicines during the day

Prescription medicines will only be administered during the school day when it would be detrimental to the child’s health or school attendance not to administer it. We can only accept prescription medicines if they are in date, labelled, provided in their original container as dispensed by a pharmacist with clear instructions for administration, dosage and storage.

We will keep a written record of all medicines administered to individual pupils stating the amount of the prescription drug held in school, how much was administered, when and by whom.

If a pupil refuses to take medication we cannot force them to do so and will inform parents so that alternative options can be considered.

The school’s qualified first aiders can administer medicines in the absence of a named member of staff in the individual healthcare plans if they have clear guidance and have had training in the administration.

Medicine Administration Form

Please download the Medicine Administration Form and return by email to the School Office.

Thank you.

Nut Allergy

We have some children in school who suffer from severe nut allergies.  Please can I take this opportunity to remind everyone, that items which contain nuts should not be brought into school.

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