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"Teachers are skilful and knowledgeable practitioners, with a friendly and upbeat approach that creates a positive environment for learning." OFSTED INSPECTION 2016

"This school teaches you to be a brilliant reader." OFSTED INSPECTION 2016

"Teaching assistants are very skilled and make a valuable contribution to learning." OFSTED INSPECTION 2016

"Pupils have a high regard for their school and make comments such as, 'This is the best school in the world'." OFSTED INSPECTION 2016

"Pupils are developing into confident learners through the positive relationships that exist in school and the praise and encouragement they receive from adults." OFSTED INSPECTION 2016

"High-quality support is provided for pupils who have special educational needs or disability, and for pupils who have emotional needs, especially to improve their self-esteem and social skills."

"From starting points on entry to the school that are well below those typical for most children, pupils make good and sometimes excellent progress across the school." OFSTED INSPECTION 2016

Information for Parents of Children with Asthma

If your child has Asthma please inform the School as soon

as possible so that we can support your child during the school day.

You will be asked to complete four forms:

1. Medical Information Form

2. Parental agreement to administer medicine

3. Request for a child to carry their own Medicine

4. Parental consent to administer the School Emergency Salbutamol Inhaler

These completed forms will help us to understand your child's specific needs and also provide us with emergency contact details.

School Emergency Salbutamol Inhaler

From 1st October 2014 the Human Medicines Regulations 2014 has allowed schools to keep a ‘Salbutamol’ inhaler for use in emergencies.

This will be used for any pupil with asthma or who has been prescribed an inhaler as a reliever medication.

This can only be used if the pupils prescribed inhaler is not available.

If your child is on our Asthma Register and we have a Healthcare plan in place for them we ask that you also give your permission for the Emergency Inhaler to be administered should the occasion arise.

Yours sincerely

Mr L Pallister

Headteacher

Please click here to read the School Asthma Policy