Dear Parents, The infants will be visiting Jodrell Bank on Wednesday 12th June. The total cost of the trip is £18 which includes transport, 2 workshops and a gift bag. Please complete the slip below if you would like your child to accompany us on this trip in a sealed, named envelope and return it to your child’s class teacher by Thursday 23rd May. Please make cheques payable to Hale Prep School. This is a full day trip, leaving school at 9am and returning by 3pm. Please arrive at school at 8.45am Please make sure your child has a packed lunch.
PLEASE PRINT OFF OR HAND WRITE AND RETURN THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:
My child ______________________________ will be able to accompany the school visit to Jodrell Bank on Wednesday 12th June. I enclose £18 or a cheque made payable to Hale Prep School. Please delete as applicable if you are interested in accompanying your child’s class on the trip? I would like to accompany this trip. YES / NO Names will be picked at random for each visit.
Sent 12 March 2019
Dear Parents It would appear that there is an occurrence of head lice in the class. You may find the advice below useful which is from the NHS website:
“Treat head lice as soon as you spot them. You should check everyone in the house and start treating anyone who has head lice on the same day. There’s no need to keep your child off school if they have head lice. Wet combing Lice and nits can be removed by wet combing. You should try this method first. You can buy a special fine-toothed comb (detection comb) online or from pharmacies to remove head lice and nits. There may be instructions on the pack, but usually you: wash hair with ordinary shampoo apply lots of conditioner (any conditioner will do) comb the whole head of hair, from the roots to the ends It usually takes about 10 minutes to comb short hair, and 20 to 30 minutes for long, frizzy or curly hair. Do wet combing on days 1, 5, 9 and 13 to catch any newly hatched head lice. Check again that everyone’s hair is free of lice on day 17.”
A vigorous nightly combing of the hair with the appropriate comb is the most effective method of keeping heads clear of both nits and lice. It would be appreciated if you could check your child’s hair and if there is evidence of head lice act accordingly. Naturally we all need to work together if we are to eliminate this problem; it only takes one parent to be less vigilant and the problem reoccurs. Many thanks for your support and help. Yours faithfully Miss Naylor