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Warwickshire schools health and wellbeing service (WSHWBS)

This service is for all school aged children between 5-19 (or 25 with SEND) and their families, regardless of where and how they are educated.

WSHWBS are a multi-professional team, including School Nurses, School Staff Nurses, Family Brief Intervention Workers, Healthcare Support Workers and more.

WSHWBS can support with issues such as continence, sleep, bereavement, emotional health, SEND, healthy eating and exercise, weight management, drugs, alcohol and smoking, puberty and sexual health and health advice. We can also refer on to other agencies to help and support.

WSHWBS are community based and can provide support in a variety of locations and with a variety of technology. We can see you face to face or virtually if you prefer. We cover so much more than just schools.

Contact us:

  • Chat health: 07507331525 – if you are aged 11-19, you can text us on this number for completely confidential advice and support.
  • Parentline: 07520619376 – if you are a parent or carer, you can text us for advice and support.
  • Phone us: 03300 245204 – if you want to speak to a member of our nursing team.
  • Website: View helpful resources and information, including where we are, how to get in touch and how to make a referral to us.
  • X (previously Twitter): SchoolHealthC4H – follow us for helpful hints and updates.
  • Change Makers: 03300 245204
  • Compass Young People’s Drugs and Alcohol Service:

WSHWBS want to be here to support you in any way we can, please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns.

Important information about school-aged vaccinations

A number of free immunisations available on the NHS are provided in schools rather than through GP practices. These help protect against serious diseases including cancer and meningitis. Parents of home educated children can also access these important immunisations for their children.

Please view the link below to the school vaccination letter for more information.

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