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Parental Consent Forms

If your child requires essential medicines during school hours, you will need to complete a form giving staff permission to do so.

Medicines brought to school should always be provided in the original container as dispensed by a pharmacist and include the prescriber’s instructions for administration.

School will keep written records of each time a medicine is given.

Please download and complete the required form and return to the school office together with your child's medication, or pick up a form from the school office.

Prescribed medicine


Over the counter medicine

Over the counter


Asthma action plan

Auto Injector

Allergy Action Plan



Infectious Illness in Children

Chicken Pox 

Symptoms appear 1 to 3 weeks after being infected. 
Infectious period: The most infectious time is 1 to 2 days before the rash appears, but it continues to be infectious until all the blisters have crusted over.


Symptoms appear 7 to 12 days after being infected.
Infectious period: From around 4 days before the rash appears until 4 days after it's gone.

Whooping Cough

Symptoms appear 6 to 21 days after being infected.
Infectious period: From the first signs of the illness until about 3 weeks after coughing starts. If an antibiotic is given, the infectious period will continue for up to 5 days after starting treatment. 

Antibiotics need to be given early in the course of the illness to improve symptoms.

Slapped Cheek

Symptoms appear 1 to 20 days after being infected.
Infectious period: A few days before the rash appears. Children are no longer contagious when the rash appears.

NHS 111 online

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