Documents, Reports & Forms

School handbook

Download a copy of our School handbook 2014-15.

This booklet contains a range of information about our school. It offers an insight into the life and ethos of the school and also offers advice and assistance which you may find helpful in supporting and getting involved in your child’s education.

SMPS School Inspection Report

Inspection reports

Important Documents and Policies

Medical Forms

a) Non-prescribed Medication
Any medication not requiring a medical or dental practitioner’s prescription is defined as nonprescribed
medication (eg Paracetamol). School staff should not administer non-prescribed
medication to pupils unless Form 1/Request for school to issue non-prescribed medication
(Appendix 2) has been completed and signed by the parent/carer. The head teacher/designated
person must also agree that it is necessary for the medication to be administered in school/on
educational excursions. A child under 12 should never be given aspirin, unless prescribed by a
doctor.
b) Routine Prescribed Medication
Any medication requiring a medical or dental practitioner’s prescription is defined as prescribed
medication. This includes medication where a specified dose is taken at a specified time and
medication where the dose and time taken change according to symptoms and/or test results. If
it is necessary for this medication to be administered during school hours, the parent/carer must
complete and sign the appropriate form before any medication can be administered.                         (HSP4)

Please complete the appropriate form and bring it in to school along with the labled medication. If you are unsure about the correct form please contact the school office.

Form 1: Request for school to issue non-prescribed medication in
school.

Form 2: Request for school to issue short-term prescribed
medication in school

Form 3: Request for school to issue long-term prescribed medication
in school

Form 4: Long-term ‘as required’ prescribed medication in school

Form 5: Request to school for medication to be carried and selfadministered
by pupil in school