Student Wellbeing

First Aid

Accidents and illness at school are attended to in the sickbay by designated trained first aid staff.

Visits to the sickbay are recorded in a logbook. Parents are contacted, except in the case of minor injuries or illness.

Parents should inform the school of any health issues or associated problems that may affect their child.

Arrangements may be made through the school office for children needing medication during school hours.

Written permission is required from a parent for the school to administer any medication, and the parent must supply the required medication.

A list of children at high risk from Asthma/Allergies is kept in sickbay along with their required medication and parents should keep the school supplied with up to date medication to assist in case of emergency.

In the case of inhalers for Asthma it is permissable for the child to keep these handy in their school bags, to self administer, especially if only used from time to time. Also, to be taken away with them to sports/other trips offsite.

Make sure you are contactable in the case of an emergency. Keep all your contact details up to date with the school office.

In the case of an emergency Ambulance call-out, or Accident and Emergency Clinic attendance it is vital that we be able to contact parents. Parental permission will be required by emergency staff to administer any treatment.

Dental Care

Dental Treatment for Newmarket Students is run by The Auckland Regional Dental Service. The closest Hub Clinic is based at Orakei Children's Community Dental Clinic.

Contact

Orakei Children's Community Dental Clinic

8B Ngaio St, Orakei

Ph: 520 0603 or: 0800 825583

Dental Van

In addition, a fully equipped dental van will visit the school twice a year and remain on site for a few weeks at a time. The school newsletter will advise when the van is on site at the school.

Procedure for dealing with Concerns and Complaints

From time to time things do not go as planned, and parents may have concerns about a classroom matter or a particular staff member. The chart above explains the steps you might take if you have a Concern or a Complaint.

If you are unable to resolve your issues using the strategies in the chart, please email the principal to raise your concern.