Health & Wellbeing
The Safeguarding Team should be contacted via the Safeguarding email address: email@example.com
Safeguarding Team members are:
They wear PURPLE lanyards to be easily identified.
School Nurse Service
Bucks Healthcare NHS Trust school nursing service provide services which aim to promote health and prevent/reduce harm:
Alongside immunisations this is done via online health assessments in Yr 9, PSHCE educational sessions and on a one to one basis at school to prevent problems becoming big problems. Examples being; early support with anxiety/bullying/stress/weight/anger/young carer.
Evidence shows young people are most likely to get information from their friends or online, and therefore, it is crucial the information that your friends give you, or you give, is up to date and correct.
So come to YOUR School Nurse Drop-in Health zone - It’s YOUR opportunity to get up to date information and support on anything that’s on your mind that might affect your health and wellbeing. Responsible, respectful relationships and lifestyle promoted with drug and alcohol advice and sexual health services including pregnancy testing, STI screening and C-Card Scheme.
When? First and Third Monday of every month
Where? Cafeteria –though private room available.
Why? To check your knowledge and learn something, to gain support and advice. Knowledge is Power-Be empowered
No appointment needed CONFIDENTIAL and non judgemental. Come with your friends or alone.
The School Nurse can also be contacted between the hours of 9-5 Monday to Friday on telephone no: 01753 888835
OR Check out Bucks School nurse website for age appropriate information and further contacts on many topics associated with physical and emotional health and topics relevant to young people.
Safeguarding and Child Protection
Be first in protecting your child with Gallery Guardian: www.galleryguardian.co.uk
Make sure you know about consent:
“The Buckinghamshire Family Information Service (BFIS) is a free, impartial service providing information, advice, and guidance for young people, families and professionals. We provide information on a range of topics relating to family life, from childcare, local services and education, to health, money and Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).”
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