If your child is using the internet at home please visit our Online Safety page. It contains links to useful websites that give advice on how to ensure your son or daughter is kept safe.
Printable Learning Resources
Uniform can be purchased from H&K Embroidery ,95 Middle Street South, YO25 6QE, Tel 01377 271233 or online by visiting their website: https://handk-2.myshopify.com/
Main School: The school uniform consists of a pale blue polo shirt and navy blue sweatshirt worn with the child's own black/navy trousers/skirt.
Student Centre: The uniform consists of a grey polo shirt and black v neck sweatshirt worn with the student's own black trousers or skirt.
Swimming Kit: When your child is accessing swimming sessions please ensure they are provided with a swimming costume and a towel. These will be returned home after each session.
PE Kit: The school PE kit consists of plimsolls or non marking trainers, shorts and t-shirt. For the older students a tracksuit or a t-shirt and jogging bottoms is acceptable.
Please ensure any uniform and clothes are clearly labelled with the child's name and kits in a named PE bag.
Medication Policy and Resources
On occasions parents request that their child be given medication during school or residence hours. These requests are managed in line with Kings Mills Management of Medication policy.
All administering medication requests should be made using the Parent Headteacher agreement form.
All long term medication should be detailed on the Pupil Medical Information form.
Medication is stored securely on site and carried by a trained, nominated member of staff when off site. Through consultation with parents, on occasions, it may be considered acceptable for a child to carry his/her own medication. On such an occasion a Parental consent for a child to carry own medication form should be completed.
It is policy requirement that every child in school must have an up to date Pupil Medical Information form completed by the parent/guardian. Please note it is the parent/guardians responsibility to inform the school and residence of any changes to the child's medical condition and needs.
For more information on the schools requirement to meet pupils medical needs, please read the DfE guidance on Supporting pupils at school with medical conditions 2015.
Policy & Resources
- Pupil Medical Information form
- Parent Headteacher agreement form
- Parental consent for child to carry own medication
- Management of Medication Policy