Our school nurses bridge the gap between education and health to provide holistic support for physical and mental health needs which maximises children and young people’s potential. Read more about our school nursing services.
Our speech and language therapists improve children and young people’s speech, language and communication needs. Improving communication and understanding leads to children and young people being happy, healthy and more fulfilled. Read more about our speech and language therapy services.
Our health specialists can work with and maximise the potential of children and young people with a broad range of needs.
What can our health services help with?
Our health services help children, young people and education settings with a broad range of needs and conditions including, but not limited to:
Providing onsite specialist health services to education settings supports a joined-up approach to identifying and addressing needs whilst reducing the number of absences caused by attending appointments.
What do our health services provide to education settings?
Our health services all provide work on a specialist, group and a systemic level. This range in approaches enables education settings to choose the appropriate level of input. Each of our specialist health services offers assessments, interventions/treatments, training and consultancy.
Which education settings do we work in?
We work in all settings providing education to children and young people age 0-25, this includes alternative provision, residential schools, post-16 training programmes and young offender institutes.