Medicine

Medical

ALLERGY & ANAPHYLAXIS TREATMENT CARE PLAN

This form should be filled in if your child is in need of treatment for their allergies, also a copy from either the consultant/hospital to clarify their allergies/treatments.

 

LONG TERM MEDICATION

Should your child have to take long term medication to relieve symptoms you will need to fill in a care plan or provide us with a copy from either the consultant/hospital or doctors. 

If your child need’s an intimate care plan you may be asked to come into see the Inclusion Lead to discuss further.  Please also see our Intimate Care Plan Policy on our website.

You will also need to fill in a Long Term Medication Form and hand this into your class teacher along with the medication.   This must be signed by the parent. Please see link below for relevant form.

Medication such as antihistamines, ADHD medication etc…. fall into this category. 

Food allergies – if your child has a life threatening food allergy you must visit the Parents/Lunches section on our website and follow the procedure to register your child with Twelve/15 (the catering company).  Twelve/15 may also ask you to come into the school to discuss your child’s dietary requirements with the Catering Manager and Inclusion Lead.

 

ASTHMA INHALERS

You will need to fill in an Asthma Care Plan Form and hand this into your class teacher along with the medication.  This must be signed by the parent.  Please see link below for relevant form.

 

SHORT TERM MEDICATION

This would include medication such as antibiotics (in a sealed original prescribed medicine bottle/box), Paracetamol capsules/melts or an unopened bottle of Calpol.  Please note we do not administer Ibruprofen on the school premises.

You will need to fill in a Short Term Medication Form and hand this into your class teacher with the medication.  This must be signed by the parent.  Please see link below for relevant form.

We recommend that you give your child the majority of these meds at home due to the fact that our school should only be responsible for administering one dose of short term medication.  However, we know that sometimes this is impossible so we can be flexible in extreme circumstances in agreement with the class teacher/support staff. 

If your child’s antibiotics need to be kept in a fridge then please bring in the relevant form and unopened medication (with dispensing label) to Reception.

 

POINTS TO REMEMBER

  • Do not send your child in with tablets/melts to take themselves as we will not be able to administer them.  Please follow the above procedures.
  • It is the parents responsibility to make sure all medication is within the expiry date.  Please check in with your class teacher. 

Downloads

Page Downloads Date  
AllergyAnapcareplanform 20th Jan 2022 Download
Asthmacareplanform 20th Jan 2022 Download
LongTermMeds FORM 20th Jan 2022 Download
ShortTermMeds FORM 20th Jan 2022 Download
MEDICINE Date  
AllergyAnapcareplanform 20th Jan 2022 Download
Asthmacareplanform 20th Jan 2022 Download
LongTermMeds FORM 20th Jan 2022 Download
ShortTermMeds FORM 20th Jan 2022 Download
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