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12 March 2018

Dear Parents/Guardians

Scarlett Fever We have 4 confirmed cases of Scarlett Fever, please see the details below, which can be found on the NHS website:

Scarlet fever, also called scarlatina, is an infection that causes a blotchy, pink-red rash. It's most common in young children, but can affect people of any age.

It isn't usually serious and can be treated with antibiotics from your GP. Once you've had it, you're unlikely to get it again.

Symptoms of scarlet fever

Symptoms of scarlet fever develop within a week of being infected.

Early signs include a sore throat, a headache, a high temperature (38.3C/101F or above), swollen glands in the neck and being sick.

This may be followed by a rash on the body, a red face and a white or red tongue:

Should your child develop any of the symptoms or rash please contact your GP as soon as possible as it is highly contagious and notify the school.

Infant Service – Thursday 15th March 2018, at school, it will be led by year 1, Miss Wright’s class and all are welcome to attend.

PTA Meeting – Wednesday 14th March 2018 at 8pm, will be held in school, please come along and show your support.

Data Collection Forms – we will be sending home a data collection during the course of the next week, please can you complete and return the forms as soon as possible.

Yours sincerely,

Mrs C Redmond
Executive Headteacher