Medicine Administered in School – Consent Form
If your child needs medicine administered in school – please complete medical consent form and ensure medicine is in it’s original bottle/box and clearly labelled with your child’s name. All medicines must be kept in the school office in a locked cabinet
Holiday Request Form
There is clear guidance from the Department for Education to parents regarding holidays in school time. Parents do not have an automatic right to take their children out of school during term-time. All pupils have 13 weeks holiday per year and parents should organise their holidays during this period.
No period of leave in term time will be granted except in exceptional circumstances (proof will need to be provided). Any absence which has not been granted will be recorded as unauthorised absence and reported to the Local Education Authority who may take legal action.
No request for holiday will be authorised for Year Two or Year Six pupils during SATs week.
All requests must be made at least two weeks in advance and will be considered on its individual merits.
The Headteacher will decide whether or not to grant permission and will respond within seven days.
Please complete the slip below and return to the school office.
Caterlink are committed to provide meals for children needing specials diets for medical and cultural requirements, where possible.Please complete this form if your child has a special diet or allergy intolerance
Photo Consent Form
Occasionally we may take photographs of the children at school. We use these images as part of our school displays and sometimes in other printed publications like the school newspaper. We will also use some on our school website.
To comply with data protection laws we need parents’ permission before we can photograph or make any recording of their children.
Please download and read the school’s consent form regarding the use of photographs in school. A link can be found below. All parents are required to have completed a consent form and completed forms are kept centrally in the school office for reference.
If a parent wishes to change their level of consent they should complete a new form and return it the school office to inform the school of the change.
Home School Agreement
At Nine Mile Ride Primary School we continue to build a strong partnership between staff, parents and carers as we know this is important in helping children to achieve and to enjoy learning. We are determined to create an inclusive culture of learning where all children will be challenged in their thinking, to achieve to the best of their abilities and strive to become lifelong learners.
This can be done most effectively when all staff, parents and children understand their responsibilities and work together towards the same goals, as detailed in our Home School Agreement.