Any Information provided in this form will not affect the offer of a place. Any personal data entered on this form may be held on computer files.
Service Children in Education Indicator
Special Education Needs (SEN) and Children in Care
If there is any additional information that you feel the school should be aware of please enter it below, for example: family circumstances, bereavements, individual needs (if you have given previous details with an older sibling please re-state these
I/WE HAVE READ THE SCHOOL RULES AND LETTER TO PARENTS AND UNDERTAKE TO DO MY/OUR BEST TO SEE THAT MY/OUR CHILD COMPLIES WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE SCHOOL
St Martin's School - Ethnic background information form
(Country of birth would be expected to appear on , or be derived from, the child's birth certificate. This information may also appear on, or be derived from, the passport)
(The student’s nationality would be expected to appear on, or be derived from, the passport or European Economic Area (EAA) identity card. For students with ‘Dual Nationality’ please record both nationalities on the form.)
Our ethnic background describes how we think of ourselves. This may be based on many things, including, for example, our skin colour, language, culture, ancestry or family history. Ethnic background is not the same as nationality or country of birth.
The Information Commissioner (formerly the Data Protection Registrar) recommends that young people aged over 11 years old have the opportunity to decide their own ethnic identity. Parents or those with parental responsibility are asked to support or advise those children aged over 11 in making this decision, wherever necessary. Students aged 16 or over can make this decision for themselves.
(Any information you provide will be used solely to compile statistics on the school careers and experiences of pupils from different ethnic backgrounds, to help ensure that all pupils have the opportunity to fulfil their potential.
These statistics will not allow individual pupils to be identified. From time to time the information will be passed on to the Local Authority and the Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF) to contribute to local and national statistics. The information will also be passed on to future schools, to save it having to be asked for again.)
St Martin's School - First Aid and administration of medication
It is important that the school is informed of any medical condition suffered by your child which may affect them whilst at school, or may require the administration of medication during school time. Where possible, parents should ask GPs to prescribe medication in dose frequencies which enable it to be taken outside school hours.
Where this is not possible, we are willing to administer prescribed medication to students. For certain medical conditions it may be necessary for the school to seek the advice of the community paediatrician before agreeing to this. We must, therefore, reserve the right to refuse to administer medication under certain circumstances.
Paracetamol will not be issued by school staff unless sent in as a formal request by parents. Any student who needs medicine at school must give these to the medical room unless it is essential that they are kept on the person. Parents wishing the school to administer medicines should complete an authorisation form which is available from the First Aid Centre. Medicines should be in the original container and clearly labelled with student’s name, name of medicine, method, dosage and timing of administration, date of issue and expiry date.