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Medical needs: wellbeing centre

Aims of the Wellbeing Centre

  • To promote the wellbeing of all members of our school community – students and staff
  • To promote healthy lifestyle
  • To offer advice and to liaise with outside agencies
  • To provide emergency First Aid assistance

The Wellbeing Centre is there for...

  • Illness
  • Injury – First Aid
  • Concerns about physical or mental health
  • Supporting pupils with long term medical conditions
  • Administration of medication
  • Provision of spare uniform
  • Provision of First Aid kits and signage around the school
  • To educate staff and pupils about healthy lifestyle
  • To provide information
  • To promote wellbeing in all members of the school community
  • Enquiries to Wellbeing can be emailed to
  • Liaising with outside agencies and healthcare professionals to promote healthy living and to access health information

Medication in School

If girls need to bring any medication into school they should:

  • Bring it to the Wellbeing Centre at the first possible opportunity, preferably before period one (8:50) in a named container
  • Ensure that a parent/ guardian has written in their journal the dose needed and the time this is to be taken
  • Ensure that the parent has signed the journal
  • If girls have an inhaler or an epipen they should carry this with them and also provide a back-up to be kept in Wellbeing
  • Girls with on-going medical conditions are provided with a Medical Alert Pass so all staff are aware of their condition

Upon joining Brentford, parents are required to complete a medical form detailing any medical conditions and, if they wish, giving authority for their daughter to be given paracetamol or ibuprofen when necessary