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Children’s Special Schools Nursing Team

We are trained nurses that provide support within eleven special schools in Kent.

Wyvern School

0300 790 0283

Wyvern school: Great Chart Bypass, Ashford TN23 4ER

kentchft.wyvern.schoolnurse@nhs.net

St Nicholas School

0300 790 0283

Holme Oak Close, Nunnery Fields, Canterbury CT1 3JJ

kentchft.stnicholas.schoolnurse@nhs.net

Whitfield Aspen School

0300 790 0283

Mayfield Rd, Whitfield, Dover CT16 3LJ

kentchft.whitfieldaspen.schoolnurse@nhs.net

Aspen 2 specialist resourced provision

0300 790 0283

Melbourne Avenue, Whitfield, Dover, Kent, CT16 2EG

kentchft.aspen2schoolnurse@nhs.net

Beacon School

0300 790 0283

Park Farm Rd, Park Farm Industrial Estate, Folkestone CT19 5DN

kentchft.beacon.schoolnurse@nhs.net

Ifield School

0300 790 0283

Cedar Ave, Gravesend DA12 5JT

kentchft.ifield.schoolnurse@nhs.net

Five Acre Wood 

0300 790 0283

Boughton Ln, Maidstone ME15 9QP

kentchft.specialistnurses5aw@nhs.net

Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 4.30pm, term-time only

Milestone Academy

0300 790 0283

Ash Road, New Ash Green DA3 8JZ

kentchft.milestone.schoolnurse@nhs.net

Foreland Fields School

0300 790 0283

Newlands Ln, Ramsgate CT12 6RH

kentchft.forelandfieldsnurses@nhs.net

Nexus School

0300 790 0283

Nexus School, Upper Haysden Lane, Tonbridge, Kent TN11 8AA

kentchft.nexus-schoolnurse@nhs.net

Oakley School

0300 790 0283

Oakley School, Waveney Road, Tonbridge, Kent TN10 3JU

kentchft.oakley.schoolnurse@nhs.net

Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 4pm (term time only)

Oakley School

0300 790 0283

Oakley School, Pembury Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN2 4NE

kentchft.oakley.schoolnurse@nhs.net

Contact us

0300 790 0283

Who we are

We are qualified nurses with a wealth of specialist knowledge, skills and expertise.

We work in special schools to support children and young people with complex health needs by training and competency assessing the school staff to enable them to meet the health needs of the children.

We are committed to providing children and young people with the quality care they deserve, from appropriately trained and competent staff, who not only understand the child’s condition, but also the potential impact their treatment has on them and their family.

What we do

We work in partnership with other agencies to enable the school to meet the complex health needs of the child their family.

Referral criteria

Any child or young person with a complex health need attending one of the schools mentioned above, has access to the Special Schools Nursing Team.

Ready, Steady, Go, Hello programme

In healthcare, we use the word 'transition' to describe the process of preparing, planning and moving from children's to adult services. To support people with a long term condition through transition, we've adopted the Ready, Steady, Go transition programme.

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This programme has been developed by University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust and you will be directed to their dedicated website.

Your comments

January 2020
Five Acre Wood, Maidstone

(Staff name) is brilliant helping me. She is listening to what I'm saying. Evertime I need her, she is there with me. I want to say thank you very much to her.

January 2020
Five Acre Wood, Maidstone

I think the service is very good and helpful already.