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Warwickshire School Health and Wellbeing Service

During the summer, prior to your child starting school, your child’s care will be transferred from the Health Visiting Service to Warwickshire Schools Health and Wellbeing Service. If your child has any health issues that impact on them during the school day please contact Warwickshire School Health and Wellbeing Service who will support you and your child during their transition into school. 

Warwickshire School Health and Wellbeing Service 

Find out more about the Warwickshire Schools Health and Wellbeing Service

A school nursing service for the delivery of the Healthy Child Programme 5-19, led by school nurses for the promotion, prevention and protection of children and young people’s health and wellbeing. The service is confidential and freely available to all school-aged children and young people from 5-19 years old (up to 25 years old with special educational needs) and their families and carers. It is provided by Compass and is a continuation of the services delivered by the Health Visiting Team.

Advice is provided on a range of health topics such as healthy eating, relationships, bullying and anxieties. Parents and carers can also get advice on topics such as sleep, behaviour, eating, continence and transition to secondary school.

The service have also put together a 'top tips' for parents and carers on a range of health and wellbeing topics which were identified as common reasons of concern or interest from the Year 6 health needs assessment.

Warwickshire Schools Health and Wellbeing Service Text Services

Find out more about the Warwickshire Schools Health and Wellbeing Service Text Services 

  • ChatHealth – If you are 11 to 19 years old, text your School Nurse on 07507 331525 for confidential advice and support. We help students with all kinds of things to support your physical and emotional health and wellbeing. Messages will be responded to between 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday. Note that messaging support is from UK mobile numbers only, which will be charged at your normal rate. If you need urgent medical attention, please contact your GP or call 111 or 999. 
  • Parentline – Advice and support for parents of school-age children. Text 07520 619376. Text any time and messages will be responded to between 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday. Note that messaging support is from UK mobile numbers only, which will be charged at your normal rate. If you need urgent medical attention, please contact your GP or call 111 or 999. 

Family Weight Management and Food Culture Programme 

Warwickshire Schools Health and Wellbeing Service support families and young people with weight management and positive lifestyle choices. For more information, please contact Warwickshire Schools Health and Wellbeing Service on 0330 024 5204.   

Fitter Futures

Fitter Futures weight management and physical activity for young people is a free 12-week programme for young people aged 11-15. You need to be referred by a health or social care professional. If you need support with your weight but are not too sure you can check with the school's health and wellbeing service, your doctor, a pharmacist or other health professional and they can refer you to the service. 

Warwickshire’s Adult and Community Learning Offer

Find out more about Warwickshire’s Adult and Community Learning Offer