Health and safety

We do our best to keep your children safe whilst at school. If your child hurts themselves during the school day then it is recorded and a letter sent home to you to make you aware of what has happened. If we are concerned that your child needs further attention then we will contact you. Likewise if your child becomes ill during the day we will contact you to arrange for them to be collected from school. Children who have suffered a head bump will also be issued with a wristband detailing the incident, time and date. We have found this a really useful way to ensure parents are informed.

If your child has suffered sickness or diarrhoea they should not be brought back to school for 48 hours to prevent spreading infections to others.

E-safety is an important part of keeping our children safe. E-safety is taught to all pupils explaining and demonstrating how to stay safe and behave appropriately online. We can only be successful in keeping children safe if we work with parents to ensure the e-safety message is consistent. It is important that parents know how to stay safe and speak to their children about how they can stay safe on line.  Our safeguarding and e-safety’ page contains further information about ways to support your child online. An e-safety page aimed at children is also included in our ‘pupils’ section of this website.