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Oxfordshire School Health Nurses

Our nurses provide physical and emotional healthcare for children and young people in Oxfordshire. They are qualified nurses with further specialised training in the health needs of children and young people.

They work as part of a team consisting of specialist community public health nurses, community staff nurses, and clinical and administrative assistants.

School Health Nurses implement the Healthy Child Programme: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/healthy-child-programme-5-to-19-years-old

If you are worried about your child or have any health concerns, please phone or email the team based nearest to your home address.

Here is our latest School Nurse newsletter EHE Newsletter September 2020

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The School Immunisation Team is provided by Oxford Health and delivers the school-aged immunisation programme

Primary school Flu programme

From September 2020 all children who would be in primary school, children born on 1st September to 31st August 2016 will be entitled to receive a nasal vaccination (a quick painless spray up the nose)  to protect them and their families against flu. This programme is delivered from October to December each year. Clinics are arranged in community settings for children educated at home.

Secondary school-based immunisation programme

From September 2020 Nasal Flu will be offered to all Year 7 children (born 1st September 2008  to 31st August 2009).

Human Papillomavirus (HPV) a two part vaccination is now offered to both girls and boys in year 8 (rising 13-year olds) and the second part in Year 9 (rising 14 year olds).

All students in Year 9 (rising 14-year olds) should receive Tetanus, diphtheria and inactivated polio (Td/IPV) and Meningitis ACWY immunisations. Students in year 9 will also be offered Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) if required. Clinics are arranged in community settings for children educated at home.

Contact details for the school health immunisation team below and further information on immunisations is available on www.nhs.uk/vaccinations

School Health Nurse and Immunisation Team contact details:

Team Name Address Tel. Team Email
Immunisation Team East Oxford H/C Manzil Way Oxford OX4 1XD 07920 254 400 ImmunisationTeam@oxfordhealth.nhs.uk

 

 
EOHC East Oxford H/C Manzil Way Oxford OX4 1XD 01865 904225 oxfordhealth.OxfordCitySchoolNurses@nhs.net
Banbury Orchard Health Centre, Cope Road, Banbury OX16 2EZ 01865 904234 oxfordhealth.BanburySchoolNurses@nhs.net
Bicester Victoria house Surgery, 119 Buckingham Rd, Bicester OX26 3EU 01869 604095 oxfordhealth.bicester.shns@nhs.net
Witney & Carterton  

Deer Park Centre, 6 Edington Square, Witney OX28 5YT

01865

901295

oxford health.WitneySHNs@nhs.net
Abingdon Abingdon Hospital, Marcham Road, Abingdon OX14 1AG 01865 904890 oxfordhealth.abingdonSHNS@nhs.net
Didcot Didcot Health Centre, Britwell Road, Didcot OX11 7JN 01235 515503 didcot.shns@nhs.net
Wallingford Wallingford Hospital, Reading Road, Wallingford OX10 0DU 01865 904845 oxfordhealth.wallingfordSHN@nhs.net
Wantage / Faringdon  

School Nurse Office, Wantage Community Hospital, Garston Lane Wantage OX12 7AS

01865

901586

oxfordhealth.wantageandfaringdonSHNTeam@nhs.net

 

Last updated: 9 October, 2020

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