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11-19 years

Welcome to the 11-19 section of the Bromley 0 to 19 Children and Young People’s health service website; providing information for parents, carers and children and young people aged 11 to 19 about all aspects of health, development and wellbeing.

We understand that growing up isn’t always an easy process, and from time to time you might need some help, support and guidance. That’s where Bromley 0 to 19 is here to help! So if you are a secondary school aged pupil in any school in the borough of Bromley, we will provide you with lots of health and wellbeing information put together specifically for you. You can also contact your School Nurse directly through our confidential live chat or our ‘ask a question’ contact form for further advice and guidance.

The Bromley 0 to 19 service is delivered by Bromley Healthcare, a local community healthcare organisation.

School Nurses are qualified Nurses or Midwives who have completed further training. Every school has a named School Nurse who provides advice to children about healthy living and supports them in their choices. They are approachable and non-judgemental and their aim is to enable children and young people to improve their health and wellbeing and reach their full potential.                                  

What if I want advice outside of school?

You can either phone on 0300 330 5777 or use the live chat function on our website, whichever you find easier. 

This element of the service consists mostly of School Nurses working closely with each school to:

  • Take an overview of the health needs of the children and young people in the school
  • Provide expert advice to the school on health needs
  • Undertake risk assessments of each school’s ability to protect the health of their children and young people
  • Support schools to develop appropriate Quality Assurance processes for health in schools
  • Support schools in the development and maintenance of Individual Health Care Plans (IHCPs)
  • Identify health training needs of staff in schools and agree training plan with each school
  • Work with the Safeguarding team to keep pupils with health conditions safe, manage risk and reduce harm
  • Identify key health issues in schools

Safeguarding is protecting those who are vulnerable from abuse or neglect. It means making sure children and young people are supported to get good access to health care and stay well. All children and young people need to have trusted adults around them to make sure they are kept safe from harm by other people, or from hurting themselves. It is also about taking action to enable all children and young people to have the best possible outcomes.

Safeguarding (children and young people)