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Health and wellbeing advice for Warwickshire families

Our service newsletters are packed with useful tips and advice on a range of health and wellbeing topics, from things like sun safety to mental health, connecting with others, getting a good night’s sleep and many more.

They contain information both for parents/carers and children and young people, and also cover the details of the support network available for Warwickshire families.

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June 2024 edition: Discover our School Readiness Health Questionnaire, Continence Workshops and information for Child Safety Week and Learning Disability Week.

May 2024 edition: Celebrate a selection of World Awareness days surrounding Sun Safety, Asthma and Epilepsy.

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April 2024 edition: Learn about World Health Day, World Immunisation Week, Scarlet Fever symptoms and our Stratford job vacancies.

Young girl reading a book.

March 2024 edition: Discover World Oral Health Day Tips, World Book Day inspiration, measles symptoms and the MMR vaccine.

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February 2024 edition: Learn more about your school nurses, fussy eating workshops, acts of kindness and the NCMP results.

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January 2024 edition: Explore the change makers service, the better health scanner app, cold and flu season top tips and NCMP results.

Our 2023 Newsletters

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Support for children, young people and parents/carers in Warwickshire

Our school nurse team is here to provide support with any concerns or questions about health and wellbeing to the families of Warwickshire. Get in touch using the details below for free, confidential advice.

Young people aged 11-19 years

Text ChatHealth: 07507 331 525


Service mainline: 03300 245 204

Text Parentline: 07520 619 376