School nursing

We work with schools and Public Health providing health promotion advice relating to the health or development of school aged children.

Contact details

General Enquiries:

Tel: 020 8702 6109

Locations:

All our school nurses are based at Bay Tree House - Christchurch Close - Enfield - EN2 6NZ

They can be contacted on the following number:

  • 020 8702 6184

Working hours: 9am – 5pm Weekdays, except bank holidays (term time only)

Email: beh-tr.CedarSN@nhs.net

Postal: School Nursing Team, Cedar House, St Michael’s Hospital, Gater Drive, Enfield EN2 0JB

There will be a duty school nurse on call daily between 9am and 1.30pm

Who we are

The School Nursing team consists of Specialist Community Public Health Nurses, qualified registered nurses with additional training and Early Years Practitioners who are specifically trained in child development of early years children. They have a range of skills and knowledge to ensure health needs can be supported.

What we offer

Our aim is to keep children and young people healthy and enable them to reach their full potential. School nurses work in partnership with schools and Public Health providing health promotion advice that may affect the health or development of school aged children. The school nurse can advise, or will know where help can be sought on many health matters, including sex and relationships, drugs, bullying and obesity issues.

We also offer training to school staff on the management of anaphylaxis and long term medical conditions to facilitate every child attending school regularly and reaching their full potential. School Nurses assist education staff with care planning for those children with long term conditions.

Who is the service for

All school age children attending a Local Authority School or children and young people in academy and free schools where a child is subject to a safeguarding or child in need plan, or if they are a looked after child.

If you are unsure if your referral meets our criteria please discuss with our duty school nurse via our central point of access.

How you can access our service

We accept self-referrals from children, young people or their families, as well as referrals from school staff, social services, looked after children nurse specialists, child protection nurses, medical colleagues, and health visitors via our central point of access. We request that professionals complete a referral form

 Referral Form

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