Health Policy

At admission, each child is expected to have an up to date immunization for his/her protection and that of others in the school. A child who is ill, particularly of a communicable disease, should not for any reason be sent to school. If a child is suspected to be suffering from a contagious disease, such a child may be excluded from school until the necessary doctor’s certificate is produced.

A registered nurse is attached to the well equipped school infirmary who takes care of minor health issues and maintains the records of the children. Pupils are not permitted to keep medication on their own. All medications brought to the school should be labelled with the pupil’s name and the prescription handed to the school nurse for administration.
First aid medication is available. However, where other medical attention is given to the child outside the school, such will be charged to the parents. Parents are advised to ensure that their child[ren] have proper and regular dental and eye check up.

School Council:

Representatives of the learners, parents and school committee chairperson meet once every term to deliberate and collaborate on matters concerning the welfare of the school.

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