• Liaise with teachers and carers to make sure they know what allergies your child have and what your concerns are
  • Ensure medicines are available, with checks to ensure they are in date, in place, and readily available

Do not:

  • Share food with other children
  • Join in cooking classes with foods which include your child’s allergen

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  • Staff know what symptoms of allergy to look out for and how to manage them
  • Identify key staff who will work with parents and children to establish a food allergy action plan
  • Discuss allowed foods with the child so they know which foods to avoid