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Please note Clifton Road Surgery will be closed from 1pm on Thursday 11th October for training.


From Friday 25th May 2018 if you would like to receive a text message reminder with your appointment details you will need to opt in to use the service. If you would like to opt in please call in at reception and fill out an opt in slip or give us a call on 01788 552211.

When your child is unwell, it can be hard deciding whether to keep them off school. These simple guidelines should help.

Not every illness needs to keep your child from school. If you keep your child away from school, be sure to inform the school on the first day of their absence.

Use common sense when deciding whether or not your child is too ill to attend school. Ask yourself the following questions.

  • Is my child well enough to do the activities of the school day? If not, keep your child at home.
  • Does my child have a condition that could be passed on to other children or school staff? If so, keep your child at home.
  • Would I take a day off work if I had this condition? If so, keep your child at home.

If your child is ill, it's likely to be due to one of a few minor health conditions.

Whether you send your child to school will depend on how severe you think the illness is. Click on the link below to help you make that judgement.

Childhood Illness

Please note: we do not issue Fit Notes (Med 3) for children if they have been absent from school or if they will/have missed an examination.

 
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