A number of our staff are first aiders.

Mrs Davies, Mrs Ferns and Mrs Carnell have attended a four day course and are suitably qualified. Many of our staff have also attended the one day first aid training.

All members of staff see to the usual cuts and bruises which occur during the day. If a pupil becomes ill in school then parents are contacted for the pupil to go home. When we are unable to contact anyone the pupil is made as comfortable as possible in school, but this is not the ideal situation, so it would be appreciated if parents would complete the form provided to indicate alternative contacts during an emergency.

A pupil who uses an inhaler should have this marked with his or her name.

Please let us know any helpful medical information about your child e.g. handicaps, allergies, and inform us of changes of address, telephone numbers and also any situation of circumstances at home or in the family, which might affect your child’s behaviour or work in class.

Child Protection

The Department for Education and Employment and the Welsh Office guidance make it clear that schools and colleges have an important role to play in the protection of children against abuse.
This is confirmed by the Policy of Conwy County Borough Council, which sets out the necessary procedures to be followed by all staff.

Ysgol Llandrillo therefore has a duty to refer any concerns about the well being of pupils to the Social Services Department and School Medical Officer for further advice.

To read our Child Protection Policy please click here