School nursing

School nurses work with families and young people aged 5-19 across education and health, providing a link between school, home and the community. Their aim is improve the health and wellbeing of children and young people. They work with families and young people from five to nineteen and are usually linked to a school or group of schools.

School Nurses are not based in school but work in partnership with linked schools and other professionals to ensure your child’s health needs are met. This may include signposting or referring to other services. Your school might also have a welfare officer/first aider who is in school every day to help if you are injured or unwell. Their role is very important but is different to that of the school nurse

Age 4- 11

Our school nurses are experienced in supporting children with health conditions so that they can make the most out of their education. We’ve identified the most common conditions below and explained how the school nurse can help, along with advice and guidance for how you can work most effectively with the school.

Each school has a named school nurse who you can speak to if you have any worries.

You can contact the school nurse between 8-5pm Monday Friday. They will get back to you will back to you within a maximum of three working days .If you have an urgent concern about your child’s health please contact the school and in an emergency dial 111.

Richmond

Phone: 02089174220

Email: CLCHT.richmondschoolnursing@nhs.net

Brent

0-19 Single Point of Access: 020 8102 4900

Email: CLCHT.sntbrentnorth@nhs.net

Barnet

Email: CLCHT.BarnetNorthSNTeam@nhs.net

Hammersmith and Fulham

Email: CLCHT.sncentralteam@nhs.net

Harrow

Phone: 020 8102 6332

Email: CLCHT.SchoolNursesHarrow@nhs.net

Merton

Phone: 020 8102 3350

Email: CLCHT.schoolnursingmerton@nhs.net

Ealing

Email: clcht.ealingadminhub@nhs.net

Email: clcht.ealingschoolnurseteam@nhs.net

Wandsworth

 

Phone: 0330 058 1679

Email: Clcht.0-19wandsworthandrichmondadmin@nhs.net