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Threadworms

Site-Logo.gifDear Parents, 

A case of threadworms has been reported in the school. For further information please click here. 

The HSE has devised a Threadworm Information Leaflet. This is available here. 

The Health Protection Surveillance Centre advises that children should still go to school if they have a threadworm infection. 

The school will follow good hygiene practices to limit the spread of infection. This will include cleaning toys and equipment and encouraging children to wash their hands regularly. 

Cathy Atkin 

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