Milton Keynes Primary PRU Awarded Asthma Friendly School Status
 
Milton Keynes Primary PRU has been officially awarded “Asthma Friendly Status” which is the first time a school in Milton Keynes has been awarded this accolade.

Milton Keynes Primary PRU has developed a strategy to support the whole school community in understanding and managing asthma.

Ms Mills, Headteacher of Milton Keynes Primary PRU said, “Here at Milton Keynes Primary PRU, we are fully committed to developing a Healthy School and ensuring all children are enabled to develop their full health potential is vitally important to us. Supporting families with children who have asthma is really important."

Liz Wilson, Public Health Practitioner and Healthy Young Peoples Network co-ordinator said, “Becoming an asthma friendly school is a proactive approach to addressing awareness and prevention of asthma locally.

This is such a fantastic example of good practice that the Primary Pru will be adding to their National Healthy Schools and Local Healthy Young People’s Award applications. “

Milton Keynes Primary PRU Safeguarding Commitment
 
Milton Keynes Primary PRU and Milton Keynes Council are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults. All employees are expected to share this commitment, to follow the Council's safeguarding policies and procedures and to behave appropriately towards children and vulnerable adults at all times, both in work and in their personal lives.
 
All school based posts are defined as Regulated Activity and therefore are subject to an Enhanced with Barred List Criminal Records Bureau check.