On this page you find standard forms to complete and return to the school office.

If your child needs to take any medicines during the school day a signed medical form will need to be completed.

A leave of absence request form must be completed if you wish to take a child out of school for any reason. There are 13 weeks of holiday and five day closures available to take family holidays. Holidays taken during term times can adversely affect the progress of children and will not be authorised.

Medical appointment etc, please email the school office in advance of the appointment: if the appointment is in the morning it would be helpful if you could inform us whether your child requires a school dinner.

If your child is ill please telephone or email the school office by 9:30am.  For safeguarding reasons this needs to be done on a daily basis.

Leave of absence form     –    attendance advice for parents from

Leave of absence form (editable word document)

Synopsis of Travel Cover

Cool milk registration form

Fridge list – useful school information

Free school meal application form

William Collins introduction letter children for families who live in Droxford, Meonstoke, Corhampton or Exton

William Collins Trust Application Form

Administration of medicine in school form

Administration of medicine in school form (can be edited)


Routine Administration

Prescribed medicines

 It is our policy to manage prescribed medicines (eg. antibiotics, inhalers) where appropriate following consultation and agreement with, and written consent from the parents

Non-prescribed medicines

 It is our general policy not to take responsibility for the administration of non-prescribed medicines, (eg. Calpol or cough mixtures provided by the parents) as this responsibility rests with the parents

 On occasions when children require paracetamol it is our policy to administer providing that written consent from the parents has been received in advance and administration is in accordance with guidance provided in the Health Guidance for Schools document

 Children under 16 years old are never to be administered aspirin or medicines containing Ibruprofen unless prescribed by a doctor

 Responsibility for decision-making about the administration of all non-prescribed medicines will always be at the discretion of the responsible manager who may decide to administer under certain miscellaneous or exceptional circumstances