Week 9 Thursday 28 June
One of our students has come down with chickenpox this week so please keep an eye out for this illness.
Usually a rash of chickenpox develops in groups with raised red spots arriving first, progressing to blisters filled with clear fluid, like a drop of water on red skin. The blisters may be dimpled in the center. They may break and reform, then finally form sores before drying up as scabs or crusts.
If you have any concerns please contact your medical centre.