School Nurse & Wellbeing
The School Nursing team work with children and young people to ensure that their health needs are supported within school, home and community settings this includes those attending a Hampshire school aged 5-19.
A school entrant health review is offered to each child in their reception year and the National Measurement programme in Year R and again in Year 6. As a parent/guardian, when your child starts school you are asked to complete a health questionnaire, if any concerns are raised the Nursing team may contact you to discuss further.
For further information please visit their website: School Nurse or contact the Eastleigh School Nursing team who can be contacted on 023 8047 5844 (for anything other than immunisations).
South West Hants Immunisation Team
Wellbeing at Freegrounds Infant School
External Links to other Agencies
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) are an NHS service that aims to help young people up to the age of 18 who are finding it hard to manage their emotional and psychological health, and who are suffering with acute, chronic and severe mental health problems.
Hampshire Healthy Families
For all things Health and Families in Hampshire
This website focuses on advice around family life, wellbeing, parenting, online safety and finance.
Hampshire Education Psychology Team
Should you wish to contact us directly, we look forward to you getting in touch by using our telephone support line which operates every Tuesday and Thursday 9.30am to 11.00am. (01962 876239) This is available for parents/carers, education setting staff, and other children’s services professionals working in Hampshire.
School Nursing Team
This team can talk through any concerns you may have about your child. For example: eating, sleeping, toileting or behaviour.
Schools therapy service.
If you need to contact the Solent NHS Trust Children's Therapies Telephone Advice Line: 0300 300 2019. They are available Monday to Friday 8am – 5pm. Due to the very high demand on the NHS at the moment they are making appointments available for children with the highest therapy need first.