NHS Test and Protect Consent

NHS Test and Protect Consent Form : here

 

 

This COVID 19 testing programme is being led by the Department for Health and Social Care and the Scottish Government to provide asymptomatic testing in schools for staff and senior pupils.

Taking part in testing is voluntary. There is no expectation or obligation to participate.

Nobody should be required to undergo testing without consent, and nobody should be excluded from school if they do not wish to test.

Please read the following and complete the questions below as soon as possible.

When you click the ‘Submit’ button, the form will be returned to your school.

This form should be completed as follows:

• for pupils younger than 16 years, this form must be completed by the parent or legal guardian. Remember to complete one consent form for each child you wish to enrol.

• for pupils over 16 who are able to provide informed consent, this form can be completed by themselves, having discussed participation with their parent/guardian.

• for any pupil who does not have the capacity to provide informed consent – this form must be completed by the parent or legal guardian.

• staff should complete this form themselves. For parents/carers/guardians of under 16s: you should ensure you have discussed the testing with your child and that they are happy to participate.

If on the day of testing they do not wish to take part, then they will not be made to do so.

Your information will only be used in accordance with our privacy policy which can be found here

Lenten Charity Appeal

Please support the SCIAF “Little Box, Big Change” appeal by donating to the school fundraiser using your ipay account.

 

From the 12 Feb to 11 May, all donations to the WEE BOX, BIG CHANGE appeal will be doubled by the UK government.

 

 

 

 

https://www.sciaf.org.uk/

 

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