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Nurturing Achievement: Growing and learning together

Welcome to Battyeford CE (VC) Primary

Expectations for pupils’ behaviour and conduct are consistently high.Lessons are focused and this is reflected in pupils’ good attitudes to learning. Pupils are proud of their school and are courteous and confident to engage in conversation. They listen well to adults and their peers, and show respect for the views of others. Attainment at the end of key stage 1 has been consistently good for the last three years and has steadily increased in KS2 and is now above the national average in reading, writing and mathematics. Ofsted 2017

Medicines In School

Medication in School

 

Some children require medicine on a regular basis for complaints such as asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, anaphylaxis, ADHD etc. These children will have a health care plan to meet their specific needs in school.  Please tell us if this applies to your child.
If your child has prescribed antibiotics  you can request three dose antibiotics from the doctor so that the doses can be managed at home. In exceptional circumstances or where more than three doses per day are required, a named member of staff may volunteer to administer prescription medication. A consent form must be completed at reception. Medicines should be left with the reception staff in their original container as dispensed by the pharmacist and include the prescriber’s instructions.​ Please note, we are not able to administer non prescribed medicines such as Calpol. 

 

Headlice

 

Head lice is a common problem amongst young children, hair inspections in school are not routinely carried out; parents should inspect their own children each week and inform the school of any problems. Treatment for head lice is available through chemists.

Trained School First Aiders

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