Pupil Welfare Department
Welcome to the Pupil Welfare area of our website.
Within this area you will be able to find: Medical Forms
Useful Information - PowerPoints, External Links
Social Stories to help with First Aid and general health issues.
Hello! My name is Mrs Kay Thompson. I'm a Classroom Assistant given the role to care for our pupil's welfare while in school. In this role I co-ordinate the medical needs of all the pupils and along with 16 others attend to any First Aid issues they may have within the school day.
Please take a moment to look at the PowerPoint below for a quick guide to the department.
If you need to discuss any issue please feel free to contact me via the school email or telephone.
The PW1 form should be filled out at the start of your son/daughter's time in Killard House School.
This form is divided into 3 Sections
Requests brief information regarding any medical conditions. A tick box section that allows us to understand your child more fully with in the First Aid Room
Permission to attend to intimate care, whether this is toileting or being able to attend to any first aid required.
Permission to use First Aid products and over the counter medicines.
If there are any changes during your child's time in Killard House School you MUST inform us in writing. This includes changes to medication, newly diagnosed conditions, allergies, asthma etc. In these circumstances please download the PW 1 Form or contact school and one can be sent out to you for completion.
This form is required if your child has any medical condition that may require attention during the school day. For example, Asthma, Epilepsy etc. Details such as medication given at home and how to manage an attack with any medication required should be completed as per their plans given to you by your GP/Clinic .
This form is required if your child needs to have any form of medication during the school day. This includes; Inhalers, Tablets or Syrups and Emergency Mediation.
The AM2 can be filled in at time, throughout the year if your child requires additional medicines such as an antibiotic where dosage stipulates that it is needed during school hours.