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Have your say on home to school transport services

We are currently seeking public feedback on changes to home to school transport services. Find out more about the consultation which is open until 4 January 2019.

Starting school or moving up to Junior school

20. School Nursing Service

As your child begins his/her journey through education they and you will be able to access the Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust School Nursing (SN) Service.

In our public health role we provide a range of services to support children and young people to have the best possible health and education outcomes. As an introduction to our service parents of school entry children are encouraged to complete a confidential health assessment regarding their child .

It is in an online format and the password is available from school and/or SN service.  Following completion we can follow up any queries or concern raised by parents which can help the child’s health, wellbeing and ability to learn and develop.

For more information check out our website and get in touch. All queries are welcome.

We understand the joys and worries of parenthood and the challenges that can affect children and young people. We have vast experience, knowledge and skills to deliver evidence based practice and in partnership with you maximise your child’s potential via health promotion and appropriate intervention.


Buckinghamshire School Nursing Immunisation Team are commissioned to deliver the intra-nasal flu vaccine to all children in Reception to year 5 in every school in Bucks in the autumn term 2018-2019.  Parents will receive an electronic consent form to complete in advance of the session via your child's school.  If you have any queries or would like further information about the programme, please contact the immunisation Team on 01296 566050


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Last updated: 5 October 2018

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