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Specialist School Nursing (part of Children's Community Nursing Services)

The Specialist School Nursing team provide health care to children in two of the Special Schools in the area, ensuring they are supported to be in school.

The service is provided by children’s trained nurses and health care assistants. This team supports the health and development of children and young people within the special schools setting, aged from 5 up to 19 years old.

We are primarily here to ensure that the children and young people remain as healthy as possible in life, stay safe whilst at the school and enjoy and achieve. On a daily basis we administer medicines to the children and young people at the school, give gastrostomy feeds, manage unexpected events such as seizures, compromised airways, and provide other nursing cares as required by the individual children.

We also deal with general medical queries from the staff regarding the health of their pupils and formally assess those who require it to ensure their safety.

The service also formulates and updates individual health care plans to ensure that all of the children and young people at the school receive bespoke care and attention.

We will also contribute to Education Health and Care Plans and participate in Annual Reviews. 

Who to contact

Childen's Community Nursing

For more information, please contact:

Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee School (Westminster), Kennet Road, W9 3LG, 0207 641 5825

Jack Tizard School (Hammersmith & Fulham), South Africa Road, W12 7PA, 020 8735 3590

Related Service
Children's Community Nursing Service (CCNS)

Other Details


Age Ranges
5 - 19 years

Local Offer

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Who is this service available to?

Children and young people attending Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee School in Westminster or Jack Tizard School in Hammersmith & Fulham.

When is this service available?

Term time, Monday to Friday, during school hours.

How do we ensure the quality of this service?

The quality of this service is ensured by staff adhering to the NMC code of conduct, current theory and best practice such as NICE guidelines and CLCH core values at all times.

Staff also take responsibility for keeping up to date with mandatory training as well as other training relevant to their roles.

What to do if you have a complaint?

If you have any complaints about the nursing service at the school, please contact the service manager for the service, Caroline Fitzgerald ( or CBU Managers - Rachael Henson ( or Elizabeth Welch ( or on 020 7266 8840.

You can also contact the customer services team on or 0800 368 0412.

Can parents and young people buy this service as part of their SEND personal budget?


Local Offer Age Bands
Secondary (11-16 years)
Transitions to Adulthood (16+)
Primary (4-10 years)
Last Updated 09/10/2019

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