Chicken Pox Alert - Update 18 April 2017
Please be aware that during the Easter holidays we had one case of chicken pox, and at the beginning of the Summer term we have 2 reported cases; one in Reception and one in Year 2.
During the Spring term we had a total of four confirmed cases of Scarlet Fever; two in Reception, one in Nursery and one in Year 2 and seven confirmed cases of Chicken Pox; two in Nursery, three in Reception, one in Year 1 and one in Year 3.
Information relating to the symptoms and how to treat both conditions can be found at the websites listed below and in the attached letter. & factsheet.
- Scarlet Fever - http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/Scarlet-fever/Pages/Introduction.aspx
- Chicken Pox - http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/Chickenpox/Pages/Introduction.aspx
We have also had a number of children who have been reported as unwell with a sickness bug, so please can I politely remind families about the importance of regular handwashing and should your child become unwell with sickness and/or diarrhoea then they should not return to school until they have been clear of the symptoms for 48 hours. Thank you.
If you have any concerns or queries please speak with your child’s Class Teacher. Thank you.