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Todays News!

Dear Parents

We think all laying hens deserve to enjoy natural freedoms whilst they lay tasty eggs for us to eat; that means freedom to roam on green pasture, freedom to enjoy sunshine, freedom to scratch for insects and freedom to lay an egg in a nest. In fact, the British Hen association was kind enough to visit us with their Hens and show us how wonderful life can be for Hens who are looked on with kindness

To thank the British Hen association, we have decided to have a Bake sale on Friday 27th September 2019 to raise money for such an amazing charity! All day you will be able to buy cakes (made with free range eggs) made by all the Mini Treasures children

We have made FREE cookery books for all parents that wish to have a go themselves at home (located in the Hallway) The cookery books have some amazing cakes by some of the UKs top celebrity chefs and is a wonderful gift to add to your collection

If you would prefer to help the charity without us (or even adopt a real Hen!) please visit this link here

Many thanks and kind regards

Mini Treasures

 

Exclusion Periods 

 

Illness

Exclusion Required

Antibiotics Prescribed

24 hours since the course has been commenced with at least 2 doses administered for medication that has not previously been prescribed        

Diarrhoea/Sickness

48 hours clear

Chicken Pox

14 Days or 5 days (after the last spot has scabbed)

Conjunctivitis    

After administration of medication (Recommended 24hrs)

Gastro-enteritis, food poisoning

48 hours or until advised by the doctor  

Diphtheria

5 days  

Glandular Fever

Until certified well

Hand, Foot and Mouth disease

Until cleared

Hepatitis A

5 days from onset of jaundice & when recovered Hepatitis B Until clinically well      

Impetigo

Until cleared

Infective hepatitis

7 days from the onset   

Measles

7 days from when the rash first appeared Meningitis Until certified well     

Mumps

5 days

5 days from antibiotics  

 

Poliomyelitis

Until certified well

Ringworm

Until cured

Salmonella and Dysentery

48 hours clear

Scabies

After administration of medication

Rubella (German Measles)

5 days

Scarlet  fever and streptococcal

5 days

Tuberculosis

Until certified well

Typhoid fever

Until certified well

Warts    (including Verrucae)

Should  be treated and covered

Norovirus

48 hours or until advised by the doctor  

E.coli

 48 hours or until advised by the doctor  

Whooping Cough            

5 Days from antibiotic treatment or 21 days from onset of  illness if no antibiotic treatment

 

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