St. Joseph's Catholic Primary School

St. Joseph's Catholic Primary School,
West Close Road, Barnoldswick
Lancashire
BB18 5EN

01282 813045

Mrs Beech at bursar@st-josephs-barlick.lancs.sch.uk

Class 5 bubble closed all week (25th-30th) due to a positive case in class. As from 5th January school will go to remote learning, Details will be sent to families. Only chilldren of key workers and vulnerable families will attend school as from Wed 6th Jan.

Safety

Dogs on School Grounds

Please note that dogs are not allowed on the school grounds and should not be tied to the school railings.

 

Online Safety

Your child will use the internet to support their learning; this will be supervised by an adult and on a safe fire-walled connection. Every aspect of safe use of technology will be taught to ensure your child is aware of “Stranger Danger” issues when using social networks, e-mail and mobile phones. Parents should ensure that they supervise their child’s internet and mobile use at home to minimise the risk of inappropriate contacts being established.

 

Medical Matters

We need to be aware in school of any relevant issues concerning a child’s health, learning difficulties and home circumstances. Information given by parents will be treated as confidential.
If your child requires medicine during the school day, parents must complete the medical form at the school office. In the case of asthma, or other severe allergies, we ask that parents give full details on the Child Information Form of method, amount and frequency of medication to be taken. Please inform the school if your child has been diagnosed as suffering from asthma.
The school follows LA health and safety guidelines and there are clear procedures for accidents and emergencies. Parents will be informed of any accidents or injuries, that we are aware of, which occur in school.
School also works closely with the school nurse and dentist; a variety of health checks are carried out with parental permission.

Vomiting and Diarrhea

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Meningitis and Septicaemia

Symptoms of meningitis or septicaemia may include:

Severe headache

Neck stiffness

Fever

Vomiting

Drowsiness or confusion

Discomfort from bright light

Limb joint or muscle pain

Rash which does not go pale when pressed

 

It is important that you are always vigilant, and if anyone becomes ill with symptoms of meningitis or septicaemia you should get urgent medical help right away.

You can find out more about meningitis from:

The Meningitis Research Foundation www.meningitis.org 080 8800 3344 (24hours)

Meningitis & Septicaemia | Meningitis Research Foundation

www.meningitis.org

Meningitis and Septicaemia are dangerous diseases which can kill in hours. We provide life-saving information and fund vital medical research into the diseases.

Meningitis Now www.meningitisnow.org 080 8801 0388 (9am and 8pm)

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Vitamin D

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