This form will ask you for your child's medical details and for your consent for photography, first aid etc.
Please tell us which student's record this information relates to.
Please tell us who you are and how to contact you should we need to follow up with you.
If your child is unwell at school with a headache or similar minor ailment we are able to administer paracetamol tablets if we have written parental permission in the following recommended doses: - Children aged 11 to 15 years - 1 x 500 mg of paracetamol - Aged 16 years and over - 2 x 500 mg of paracetamolIn all instances we will only ever issue 1 dose of paracetamol during a school day. If regular requests are being made for paracetamol by your son/daughter we will call and discuss this with you.If paracetamol is given to your son/daughter whilst at school the date, time and dosage will be recorded in their planner, or on a ‘Medication Issued’ slip if they do not have their planner with them. Until this consent form is completed it will be presumed that we have no consent in place and no paracetamol will be issued.
PLEASE NOTE: Failure to complete this form fully will be interpreted by the school as consent has not been given for your child to be photographed or filmed in any photo shoots at the school or on behalf of the school.Please be aware that a photograph is taken of every pupil at the Piggott School for identification and our internal records. This image is not used for any other purpose.Disclaimer: The Piggott School can take no responsbility for the transmission of images of any of our students both past and present to unknown or unapproved locations.
By ticking the boxes below, you agree that appropriate images and video that include your child may be published on the following platforms.
Please take the time to answer these questions to help us monitor academic achievement at the school. The Government has asked schools to collect this information. However, you don’t have to give the information unless you want to. Any information you do give will be treated in the strictest confidence.
Our ethnic background describes how we think of ourselves. This may be based on many things, including, for example, our skin colour, languages, culture, ancestry or family history. Ethnic background is not the same as nationality or country of birth. The information commissioner (formerly Data Protection Registrar) recommends that young people aged over 11 years old have the opportunity to decide their own ethnic identity. Parents or those with parental responsibility are asked to support or advise those children aged over 11 in making this decision, wherever necessary. Pupils aged 16 or over can make this decision for themselves.