School Nurses

The primary aim of the service is to promote and protect the health and wellbeing of all children and young people. It delivers the Healthy Child Programme (5-19 years) through a series of pathways, including a handover form the Health Visiting Service at 4.5 years.

School Nurses work across all primary and secondary schools in North East Lincolnshire, they also offer support to pupils who are home educated or attend alternative provision. Support may be offered at a variety of venues including schools, family hubs, health centres or within the home. The team is led by Specialist Community Public Health Practitioners who are supported by registered nurses and public health screening staff.

Other School Nursing Services

School Nurses also offer help with:

- Healthy lifestyles i.e. sleep, smoking, growth, dental health
- Bladder and bowel concerns
- Relationships and sexual health
- Health issues impacting on school attendance
- School transition support
- Vulnerable children - unmet physical needs

If you have information or communication needs because of a disability, impairment or sensory loss - let your Health Visitor / School Nurse know so they can support you and your family in the best way to suit your needs.

To ask for help from the school nursing service complete this referral.

Office base is William Molson Centre, Kent Street, Grimsby, DN32 7DJ
Office is open Monday - Friday, 8.30am - 4.30pm (excluding bank holidays)
Tele: 01472 323660 or text 07507 331620

Contact details

Organisation North East Lincolnshire Council
Contact name Emmajo Robinson
Address William Molson Centre, Kent Street, Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire, DN32 7DJ, United Kingdom
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