Schools resources

The resources listed below are all available from the National Allergy Strategy's Allergy Aware website, which is a resource hub for schools and children's education and care services - 

  • Best practice guidelines for anaphylaxis prevention and management in schools
  • Examples of anaphylaxis risk minimisation strategies for schools
  • Anaphylaxis risk management plan template for schools
  • Sample anaphylaxis policy for schools
  • Individualised anaphylaxis care plan template for schools
  • Anaphylaxis management checklist for schools
  • Sample communication to the school community
  • Anaphylaxis incident reporting template

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For school canteens, food technology/cooking lessons and boarding schools

The following resources were updated and created with support from the National Allergy Strategy

Content created March 2022


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