Kings Mill School

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Management of Medication

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, medical conditions, including allergies, and emergency procedures 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 (PMI) 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, medication or other information provided on the PMI.

Policy & Resources 

Management of Medication Policy

Pupil Medical Information form

Parent Headteacher agreement form

Parental consent for child to carry own medication form

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.

Learning Disability Register

Signing up to the register helps makes sure that you get the right support in  the right ways.  


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Hospital Passport 

The hospital passport is designed to give hospital staff helpful information that isn't only about illness and health. It provides health care professionals with relevant background information about your child, that can be kept on file for future reference. 

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'Stomp and Stamp' 

STOMP stands for
Stopping The Over-Medication of children and young
People with a learning disability, autism or both.

STAMP stands for
Supporting Treatment and Appropriate Medication
in Paediatrics

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