Public health 5-19 - Contact us

The Public Health 5-19 Team are specialist Public Health Nurses based in each locality.

We are a FREE service who can work with your school to identify, support and address health and wellbeing needs through a school review and a bespoke delivery plan.

Our Key priorities are healthy weight, emotional health, digital wellbeing, risk taking behavior and health conditions.

From reviews this year it has led to support and training on:

  • Staff Basic Mental Health Awareness (Primary and Secondary)
  • Staff Anxiety Training (Primary)
  • Staff Resilience Training (Primary)
  • Parent - Healthy Lifestyle presentation (Primary)
  • Parent and Pupil Healthy Lifestyle Presentation (Primary and Secondary)
  • Parent - Digital Wellbeing Presentation (Primary)
  • Parents evening health education display (Primary and secondary)

We have also undertaken public health surveys for children in years 5 to 12 which has provided the schools with individual and cluster data on our public health priorities.

We are currently developing all our training to be delivered remotely to staff and parents.

If you are looking for more specific training or support in your area please contact a member of our Public Health 5-19 team.

We also run the E-School Nurse clinics which are for professionals, parents/carers county wide, many schools and parents have found this service very valuable.

North team works across the Carlisle and Eden areas 

Claire O'Neill - Public Health Nurse

Claire.oneill2@ncic.nhs.uk 

Sam Fell - Public Health Nurse Practitioner

Sam.fell@ncic.nhs.uk 

Michelle Young - Public Health Nurse Practitioner

Michelle.young@ncic.nhs.uk


South team works across South Lakes and Furness areas 

Yvonne Rowlinson - Clinical Lead

Yvonne.Rowlinson@ncic.nhs.uk

Donna Moore - Public Health Nurse Practitioner

Donna.Moore@ncic.nhs.uk


West team works across Allerdale and Copeland areas 

Charlotte Thompson - Clinical Lead

Charlotte.Thompson2@ncic.nhs.uk

Louise Pearson - Public Health Nurse Practitioner

Louise.Pearson@ncic.nhs.uk

The Health and Wellbeing Review is designed to help us think through and record your schools achievements in relation to your current provision for positive health and wellbeing as well as identifying and planning further areas of development.

The review comprises of a series of questions which allow us to consider a 'whole school and community' approach to Health and Wellbeing whilst still being tailored to suit your own school's needs.

PH 5-19 School Health and Wellbeing Review (PDF 295KB)   

PH 5-19 School Health and Wellbeing Annual Review (PDF 460KB)  

The Health and Wellbeing Surveys are designed to meet the universal elements of the 5-19 Healthy Child Programme. The service has developed surveys for parents and children to complete online at key transition points in their schooling. This will provide local data to help inform us with the priorities at school and cluster levels.

PDF's

PH 5-19 School Readiness Public Health Survey (PDF 33KB) 

PH 5-19 Year 5 Public Health Survey (PDF 23KB)     

PH 5-19 Year 7 Public Health Survey (PDF 24KB)    

PH 5-19 Year 9 Public Health Survey (PDF 38KB)


Online

PH 5-19 School Readiness Public Health Survey online

PH 5-19 Year 5 Public Health Survey online

PH 5-19 Year 6 Public Health Survey online

PH 5-19 Year 7 Public Health Survey online

PH 5-19 Year 8 Public Health Survey online

PH 5-19 Year 9 Public Health Survey online

PH 5-19 Year 10 Public Health Survey online

Employee Public Health Survey online

We have designed our pathways to promote a whole school approach to support and improving health and wellbeing across the county. They are not designed to be a diagnostic tool but aim to support school staff to access appropriate services for children and young people in a timely way to support their health and mental wellbeing.

The pathways are split into 3 sections based on a traffic light system.

The first section is the universal whole school approach to prevention (in green) and encompasses all the activities you can do in school to achieve good practice.

The early intervention stage (in yellow) is where you will start to see behaviours in pupils that are causing concern. From this there are suggestions of advice you can consider that will support the pupil at this stage.

The targeted support (in red) assists when the behaviours are escalating and guidance and links to external support is clearly indicated.


Digital Wellbeing

PH 5-19 Digital Wellbeing Pathway (PDF 562KB)


Health Conditions

PH 5-19 Service Asthma Pathway (PDF 421KB)

PH 5-19 Service Health Conditions Pathway(PDF 384KB)

PH 5-19 Service Incontinence Pathway (PDF 406KB)


Healthy Weight

PH 5-19 Service Healthy Weight Pathway (PDF 408KB)

PH 5-19 Service Eating Issues Pathway (PDF 613KB)


Mental Health and Wellbeing

PH 5-19 Service Mental Health Pathway (PDF 577KB)


Risk Taking Behaviour

PH 5-19 Service Risk Taking Behaviour Pathway (PDF 1,432KB)

PH 5-19 Service Substance Misuse Pathway (PDF 649KB)

PH 5-19 Service Child Sexual Exploitation Pathway (PDF 552KB)

PH 5-19 Service Sexual Health Pathway (PDF 993KB)