By Sandy Barker, Gillian Bendelow, Berry Mayall, Pamela Storey, Marijcke Veltman
This article is predicated on a countrywide survey of fundamental faculties in England and Wales. It examines the wellbeing and fitness of kids in colleges at a time of elevated category sizes and cutbacks in employees and aid providers. The impact the college construction could have on
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The current accommodation, built in 1921 of prefabricated asbestos and extended with mobile classrooms, houses over 250 pupils. A full condition survey of the building recommended spending no more money on it because it was past saving. The school leaks, has rusting windows, rotting timbers and suffers with blocked drains. Playground and Play Equipment As with the building, so with outside space and equipment: there was a wide range of ratings. Over half the schools rated their playgrounds as good, with under a fifth rating them as poor.
Similarly, where schools had staff with first-aid training more reported satisfaction: 47 per cent compared with 34 per cent of those with no qualified member of staff. Thus where schools had taken action, they were likely to be satisfied with the lay health-care system they offered. 10 also shows that there was a clear relationship between satisfaction and having a first-aid room. It would seem that having a designated, readily available room (whether sole use or shared with the school health service) was regarded as important for good care.
Altogether, in 44 per cent of all schools at least one member of staff had attended a short first-aid course. In 31 per cent of schools at least one member of staff had long first-aid training. In 8 per cent of schools a member of staff had some type of ‘medical’ or nursing training. So, given that school health service staff are based elsewhere, lay health-care knowledge and the knowledge acquired on short courses (whether recently or in the more distant past) form the basis for care. 38 Accidents and Illness at School Financial constraints and pressure of work provide one explanation for low levels of training.