Protocol if a student is injured or becomes ill during school hours.

The teacher in charge at the time will alert the Secretary/Principal’s office to assess the severity and urgency of the situation.

If it is a mild, transient illness: dizziness, vomiting, headache, etc.

• The family are advised to come to collect the student.
• If noone can come the student will remain in the school. Under no circumstances can the student leave the premises alone.

Students must go to hospital for:

• Minor injuries (contusions, sprains, minor trauma, etc.)

The school has an agreement with the  "Centro Médico Molins de Rei" (tel. 93.668.00.04)situated in Paseo del Terraplén, 97.

Serious injuries (accidents, dislocations, severe bleeding, cardiorespiratory problems, fainting, seizures, severe panic attacks, asthma attacks, allergy attack, or any situation that requires immediate action:

• Do not move the patient.

• Call 112 (EMERGENCY SERVICES).This service will send an ambulance or a doctor if necessary.

• Call the family and tell them what happened and that the student is being brought to hospital, if they cannot come, a member of the school will accompany the student and meet with the family at the hospital.

• No member of the school may take a private car to accompany a student to hospital.


All school students are insured in the event of an accident.
A statement willbe written by the secretary’s office and delivered directly to the appropriate hospital or sent later.

The school has an Emergency Plan for evacuations or confinements in the building. This plan explicitly contains all functions to be performed by different members of the educational community, who are on campus.

Each school year a simulation will be carried out, the result of which is reflected in the plan.

This course has an evacuation of the site, with the following results,

DATE 13 January 2012

TIME 10:24

FEATURES everyone was doing normally scheduled activities (classes, meetings, tasks in the kitchen, secretarial work, etc.).


ASSESSMENT,  highly positive, both by the faculty, as well as students. 

The communication path for exceptional situations is always via SMS message.

Students may not leave, in these cases, unless they are accompanied by an adult, parent or designee.

In the event that the school has to be urgently evacuated, and in the absence of parents, students may go with a school official and will be relocated to the nearest government agencies (police, city hall).

In the event that classes are suspended before the start of the school day, we will attempt to notify families the previous evening, and if this is not viable it will be as soon as possible before the start of classes.


Lice are parasites that live on people’s heads. The female lays five to ten eggs a day. These eggs (nits) can be seen attached to the hair root. Lice only live on human hair, so animals cannot spread them. They are passed by direct contact from one person to another (head to head) and they do not fly or jump, they move directly. They can also can be transmitted by indirect contact through personal items such as combs,  brushes, hats, scarves, etc.
If you have detected the presence of lice or only eggs, you must undergo the following treatment:

Treatment for lice

  1. Apply a permethrin lotion or shampoo to the hair (permethrin is a pesticide that paralyses and kills the eggs and lice). This product is not toxic and dermal absorption is negligible. In the pharmacy there are various brands and concentrations from 1 to 1.5%. Lather the product, especially rubbing it into the neck and behind the ears as these are the places where lice live the most.
  2. After 8-10 hours, comb the hair with a thick tooth comb, thoroughly checking to see if there are any eggs. Then wash the head and when it is clean, it is a good idea to rub balm or vinegar through the hair to help break the mucus that the eggs stick to.
  3. Repeat this treatment after one week in order to eliminate the possibility of some eggs staying alive.
  4. It is important not to use pesticide products (permethrin) as prevention, as it could create resistance.

What can you do to prevent them?

  1. Maintain good personal hygiene.
  2. Wash hair regularly.
  3. Use a comb with thin prongs for children
  4. Check children’s hair, especially behind the ears and neck, looking for nits daily.
  5. Contact the school immediately if your child has lice.
  6. Do not take the child to the school while they have head lice.

We hope that, together, we can implement the necessary measures to prevent the recurrence of these episodes during the school year.

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