Keeping Healthy and Safe






 If your child is ill at home please inform the school as soon as possible by

phone - 01625 383333

email -

Sickness and Diarrhoea - if your child has had sickness/and or diarrhoea please do not bring your child into school until at least 48 hours have passed since the last incident has occurred.This is on the advice of Public Health England.

Medicines in School





 The school is happy to give children prescribed medication on receipt of a signed medical form. The forms are available at the school office or can be printed out below at home. Unfortunately we are not able to administer non prescribed medication however parents/carers are welcome to come to school during the day to give to their child directly.

Request for school to give medicine

Log of medicine administered


 Research shows that more than half of parents believe their child caught headlice from other children at school however more than a third of parents kept the fact their child had head lice a secret from other parents and the school. *

We are asking parents to take part in the 'Once a Week, Take A Peek' campaign to raise awareness of weekly checks. Early detection and treatment can quickly and effectively deal with the issue. As long as a child has been treated, they are welcome to continue coming to school.

We urge parents/carers then to inform the school of any outbreaks in order that we can reduce the risk to other children via a letter home.

Please note that headlice are nothing to be ashamed about and the school would never divulge a child's name.

*OnePoll survey, 2,000 parents of children who have had headlice, April 2013.

Headlice Advice for Parents


Parentinfo is a brand new website from the Government aimed at helping Parents and Carers with tips and advice for their children. They have a range of articles ranging from 'Screen time and young children - finding a balance' to 'Staying safe on Minecraft and information about Snapchat/Instagram safety.

To find out more click the following link Parentinfo



 Advice and information about how you can protect your child from cyberbullying and how to tackle it if it happens.


Stranger Danger


Advice and information about keeping your children safe.

Essential Safety for Kids.docx


PANTS- The Underwear Rule



This is a brilliant child-friendly and very catchy song to teach children about staying safe in a simple way. There are also further resources, games and advice available on

On line safety









Please click on the following documents to find out more about keeping your child safe on line

Social Media advice for parents

IT Parental Controls

Staying safe on line

Nintendo Switch



X Box One

Nintendo 3DS

TikTok (formerly

ADT Healthcare

ADT Healthcare offers a free helpline dedicated to helping women suffering from drug, alcohol and mental health issues. ADT Healthcare was established in 2011 by people who overcame addiction themselves.

 Safeguarding Survey

Please click on the following links to see the results of our Safeguarding Survey.


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