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SWISS TRIP 2024Parents, please check emails regarding a Swiss trip letter. This has crucial dates and amounts regarding final payments, GHIC/EHIC cards, kit lists, itinerary and other important information. If you do not receive this letter, please contact the school office who will update your email address on our system and ensure you get a copy. A copy has also been added to the Microsoft Team that your child is a member of, should you or they need it. There will also be a parents information evening for the trip during the week beginning 18th March. An update of confirmed times and location will come in due course.Thank you.

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School Health Team

School Health Team

The School Health Team

Children and young people in schools have access to a School Nurse who offers a confidential service.  The School nursing team is made up of:

  • Specialist Community Public Health Nurses
  • Band 5 Registered Nurses
  • School Health Support Worker

What does the team do?

The School Nurse team provide support and advice on health issues for children from school entry age until 19 years old in all educational establishments.

The School Health team do this by:

  • Referring to other services as and when required
  • Offering Health Zone’s in secondary schools
  • Offering a range of workshops
  • Provide 1:1 support
  • Liaising with education and other services

Health Zones

We attend Stromness Academy every Monday for our drop in service. We can provide support around anxiety, sleep, healthy lifestyles, relationships and much more. If we are unable to provide you with appropriate support, we will be able to signpost you to someone who can. You can come and see us during break/lunch time during our drop-in, or you can fill out our referral card yourself and put it into our post box! You can also speak to any of your teachers and they can put in a referral for you.

S1 Chats

Using the national “Getting it right for every child” (GIREFC) Wellbeing Wheel, the School Health team will meet with S1 pupils and complete a health and wellbeing assessment which is optional.  Further information regarding the Wellbeing Wheel can be found at – www.gov.scot/policies/girfec/

Email: ork-hb.schoolnurses@nhs.net

Last Updated on 8th June 2023 by F Sinclair

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