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East Ipswich School Nursing Team

School nurses work across health and education to provide a link between home, school and the community for the benefit of the child, young person and their families. The school nursing service aims to promote the physical, mental and emotional health and well-being of the school age population, thereby enabling them to achieve their full potential in life. Young people can access their school nurse at the local clinic or by asking at their school office. Each school nurse holds a weekly drop-in at high schools which can be accessed independently by young people. School nurses also hold regular drop-in sessions for parents at primary schools.

Who to contact

Name
School Nursing Office
Telephone
01473 275838
Website
https://www.suffolk.gov.uk/school-nursing/
Notes

School Nurse High School Drop-ins

Monday (3:20 - 4:00) -  Ipswich Academy

Wednesday (lunch time) - Copleston High School

Thursday - Lindberg Centre PRU

1st Thursday (11:00 - 11:45)  -  Alderwood PRU

3rd Thursday (12:15 - 1:00)  -  Alderwood PRU

Where to go

Area served
Ipswich, East Ipswich

Other details

Referral and availability notes

Schools served by East Ipswich SNT;                                                        

Copleston High School

Ipswich Academy

 

 Britannia Primary School

Broke Hall Community Primary School

Cliff Lane Primary School

Clifford Road Primary School

Morland CEVA Primary School

Murrayfield Primary Academy

Pipers Vale Primary School

Ravenswood Community Primary School

Rose Hill Primary School

 

Alderwood Pupil Referral Unit

First Base (Ipswich) Pupil Referral Unit

Parkside Academy (Lindberg Centre)

 

https://www.suffolk.gov.uk/children-families-and-learning/schools/

 

Age Groups
Children (5-11), Young people
Last Updated
17/08/2017

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Experience of including people with special educational needs and disabilities

Health Visiting, Children’s Centre and School Nursing Services provide support for the needs of children and young people with a range of additional needs, some of which are complex.  Where appropriate professionals contribute to the Education Health and Care Plan assessment process, and the ongoing intervention packages required to support children of all ages, whether in early years, mainstream or special school settings.  All our staff are aware of the SEND reforms and are active participants where children/young people are known to their services.

Conditions Supported
Autistic spectrum conditions
Communication difficulties
Learning difficulties

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