We are following the latest advice from the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA).
UKHSA provide intellectual, scientific and operational leadership at national and local level, as well as on the global stage, to make the nation’s health secure.
Please also refer to Guidance from the Department of Education regarding Emergency planning and response for education, childcare, and children’s social care settings. This guidance can also be found in our Policies.
Bladder & Bowel UK
The Special Needs School Nursing Team for Cambridgeshire & Peterborough has made Spring Common Academy aware of an initiative set up by Bladder & Bowel UK to support families in need during the cost-of-living crisis with continence products. (February, 2023)
Registered Charity No: 224742
If you need to speak to a school nurse, please contact:
firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 01480 423159/01223 218061
Click here to download the latest NHS School Nurse Newsletter.
Free School Milk
Children are eligible to receive free milk if they are under the age of 5 or if you are receiving/entitled to free school meals.
It is subsidised for all other children in primary education. To find out more about the Free School Milk Scheme visit: Cool Milk
Free School Fruit
If your child is aged four to six and attends a fully state-funded infant, primary or special school in England, they are entitled to receive a free piece of fruit or vegetable each school day.
To find out more about the School Fruit and Vegetable Scheme click on the relevant document box below or visit: Why 5 a Day?