Our Services

School Health Service

The School Health Service covers Central and Eastern Cheshire. It consists of qualified nurses, some of whom have a specialist qualification in public health, and school health support workers who have undergone specific training for their role. The teams have experience in child and adult health and health promotion.

They offer appointments at schools, in clinics, and do home visits if necessary. They hold school nurse ‘drop-in’ sessions at high schools for pupils and at primary schools for parents when required.

The school health nurses have a responsibility to offer advice and support, and to act as advocates for all children and young people whether they attend school, or are educated elsewhere.

School Health Service

Our departmental objectives

School health nurses work in partnership with parents, carers, education and other agencies such as social care to support children and young people in achieving their potential.

Our services

The School Nursing Team is committed to providing a quality service and offer support and advice in many areas including:

  • Healthy lifestyle choices
  • Smoking and alcohol
  • Enuresis
  • Allergies
  • Immunisations
  • Emotional health including bullying, self-esteem and sexual health.

Opening times

Term time only 8.30am - 17.00pm

Our team

 Name Title  Telephone number
Liz Jones Clinical Manager School Nursing, Health Visiting and Community Paediatrics Lead    01270 275201
Sue Plant Personal Secretary 01606 544068
Beryl Jackson  School Nurse Team Leader,
Middlewich                   
01606 544063
Fiona Campbell
School Nurse Team Leader,
Crewe and Nantwich 
01270 275385
Julie Jones School Nurse Team Leader,
Macclesfield                      
01625 663335
Kim Howells School Nurse Support Worker Co-ordinator 01625 663326

 

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