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I've been to a cluster meeting today and we were told that all cases of chicken pox now have to be reported to ofsted, has anyone else heard this.

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I wasn't aware of this either... I've attached a copy of notifiable diseases , which was current at the start of the year.

 

The only thing that has changed and has to be notified is if you have an outbreak of sickness and diarrhoea you should inform environmental health, who will then do a check to ensure that everything is okay at the setting. If it is proved to be as a result of food poisoning you need to inform Ofsted.

 

Oh, by the way - an outbreak is classed as two children !!!!

 

INFECTIOUS__COMMUNICABLE_AND_NOTIFIABLE_DISEASES.doc

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