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Under the Borough Guidelines on the “Administration of medication to pupils in schools” the School Office staff are only permitted to give prescribed medication if required four times a day (school will administer one dose). Parents will be asked to complete a parental agreement for school to administer medication form. Please ensure prescribed medication is in a clearly marked box/bottle from a doctor stating the child's name and dosage. If any medication is required at school it is a parent’s responsibility to ensure that the school is informed as it must be kept in the School Office and not on the pupil’s person.

A blue inhaler for asthma will be kept in the pupil's classroom in a clearly labelled wallet. Please ensure the inhaler has your child’s name clearly marked on it and is within a box prescribed by a doctor. Two emergency inhalers are also held in the school office. Your child must have a "spacer" to ensure the medication works effectively. 

If your child requires an Epi-pen for allergies, details must be sent in writing to the Office along with the healthcare plan. Two Epi-pens, clearly marked and in date, will be kept in the pupil's classroom. Two emergency epi-pens are also kept in the school office.

If your child requires ear/eye drops they must either be able to self-administer with written consent from you, or you must come in to school to administer them to your child.

First aid incidents, illnesses and medication information are recorded and kept on Medical Tracker. Parents are notified by email of head related and more serious injuries. Depending on the nature of the injury, this may be followed up by a telephone call.

The Headteacher, Governing Body, Staff and the Education Authority can accept no responsibility with regard to accident or injury sustained by a pupil as a result of a member of staff carrying out the written instructions of a parent or guardian in regard to the administration of the prescribed medication.

Emergency contact numbers are kept in the school office in case of accident or illness. To ensure that these are kept up to date please inform us immediately of any changes.

First Aid Policy

Supporting Pupils with Medical Conditions Policy


If a child has a minor "head bump" during the school day and which is not deemed to be of concern following the necessary checks, an email will be sent via Medical Tracker to alert you to the injury in case of a delayed reaction when a child has gone home.  Examples of head bumps are: bumping heads with another child; hitting head on an object, floor, wall; being hit on the head by a ball.  Icepacks are routinely applied to head bumps. Children in KS1 will be given a wristband to wear to alert staff not involved in the child treatment that they have sustained a head injury.

Mrs Sabour is our member of staff supporting diabetic children.

National Childhood Immunisation Programme

The annual flu immunisation programme has now been rolled out to pupils include Reception and Years 1-6. 

Bromley School Nurse Team

The Bromley School Nurse team now has its own App which aims to provide Bromley families with useful information on some of the childhood physical and emotional health issues, common childhood ailments as well as advice on healthy living, emotional wellbeing and much more.

Can my child go to school today?

Keep your child well this winter


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