health, concerns and issues
health, concerns and issues

Corona Virus - We are taking advice from Public Health daily and will keep all parents and carers updated.  Please see the letter below from Mr Urry.

Following advice from the government, school will be closing at the end of the day on Friday. More information will follow about how school will be able to carry on at home and how to keep in touch and up to date with what is going on. Thank you for your support so far. See you tomorrow.


 Corona virus letter to parents.docxDownload
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Discuss any concerns with the SEN team

If you would like to speak to the school nurse or talk to the SEN team about your child. Please ring or call into the school office and ask for Mrs A.O’Brien (HLTA-inclusion)

Also, you can contact the school nursing team directly, please see the attached leaflet below.
 school nurse.pdfDownload
 School nurse team 2018.pdfDownload
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Please read the information below to find about how to spot the signs of measles, vaccination information and what to do if your child catches measles.  This is also translated into Romanian. 

 Measles Flyer.pdfDownload
 Measles is circulating - Romanian.pdfDownload
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Cleaning your child's teeth

It is important to brush your teeth to prevent gum disease. Refusal to brush one’s teeth for several days can lead to the onset of gum disease. Brushing ensures the removal of plaque, which is the primary cause for tooth decay and gum disease; it also arrests the build-up of any plaque formation.

At St Stephen's we encourage all our children to brush their teeth. In nursery and reception they are brushed daily but they also need regular brushing at home.  We have downloaded some advice for parents/carers on how to make sure your child's teeth are clean and healthy. If you need any advice then please make an appointment to see Mrs O'Brien.

NHS How to clean your teeth.

 How to get a dentist.pdfDownload
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Head Lice


Head lice are a common problem, particularly in school children aged 4-11.

They're largely harmless, but can live in the hair for a long time if not treated and can be irritating and frustrating to deal with.

Please read the leaflet below provided from the NHS. 

 NHS Head Lice Leaflet.pdfDownload
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 St Stephen's Asthma guidance 2018.pdfDownload
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