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Please do not send your son to school if he is ill or injured before the start of the school day.
Any injuries sustained outside of school should be dealt with by the student’s GP or a hospital’s accident & emergency department.
In the event of a student being unwell or injured at school or during a school supervised activity the following procedure will be used:
In the first instance, students should speak to the class teacher who may give permission for them to visit the Manor House for assessment. If he is assessed as too unwell to return to class you will be contacted and asked to collect your son from the Manor House (Watery Lane entrance).
Injuries and emergencies:
A First Aider will be called to assess the student’s condition. If the First Aider decides that no further action is required your son will be returned to class. If further action is required then you will be contacted to collect and take to GP or hospital for further action. An Ambulance will be called in an emergency.
It is ESSENTIAL that we have your up-to-date contact information on our school database so we can contact you quickly should the need arise.
We do not have a full time nurse at Rutlish. The School Nurse visits the school approximately once a week, usually on a Monday. She can see students individually or in groups and is available to discuss any medical, emotional or sexual health issues. Students can request an appointment through the Inclusion Manager in the Progress Centre.
If your son needs to take any medication during the school day (both long-term e.g. diabetes and short-term e.g. antibiotics) you should contact our Inclusion Manager, Mrs Wildman, as medical documentation needs to be completed by the parent/carer.