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School Health Nurse

Hello!  My name is Mary Marshall and I am employed by Oxford Health NHS Trust.  

All secondary schools within Oxfordshire now have a named NHS School Health Nurse. The aim of the School Nurse is to offer evidence based, accessible, preventative health care for children and young people.

I work closely with young people, their families, school staff and other professionals to support and improve student’s physical and emotional health in order to reach their full potential, leading and delivering on the Healthy Child Program for 5-19 year olds. 

What does this mean?

  • Someone for young people to talk to confidentially about their health, including their physical health, emotional health, sexual health and general wellbeing or any other health related topics they might like advice, information or support 
  • Immunisations
  • Advice and support about making healthy choices around topics such as keeping safe, drugs, alcohol, quitting smoking, exercise, maintain healthy weight, dental health
  • Sexual health and contraception advice and signposting to appropriate agencies
  • Supporting teachers with Learning for Life programme
  • Refer and signpost to specialist services
  • Training to school staff to support young people with health needs such as severe allergies, epilepsy and asthma

How can I be accessed?

  • Young people can come to the School Nurse office for drop-ins at breaktimes and lunchtimes 
  • Parents/carers can contact me either directly or through the School pastoral team
  • School staff can refer through the Pastoral Hub
  • I can be contacted either by text, phone or email
  • Use ChatHealth, the new messaging service for 11-19 year old students attending school in Oxfordshire; please see the poster below for full details:

Chathealth 11 19 teen poster

Confidentiality

The School Nursing service is confidential. This means that we can discuss personal information with young people in confidence and will not discuss with anyone else without their permission. However, we would pass on any information that we feel is needed to protect a young person or someone else from serious harm. Whenever possible this would be discussed with the young person first.

My contact details

Bartholomew School Health Nurse Mary Marshall
Hours Monday - Friday 9.15am-2.45pm                           
Telephone 01865 881430 ext 1014
Mobile 07824 600188
Email mary.marshall@oxfordhealth.nhs.uk
  nurse@bartholomew.oxon.sch.uk
School Nurse Website www.oxfordhealth.nhs.uk

 

Updated 06.10.2022

 

Secondary School Health Team Newsletters

Term 1 Secondary Newsletter  September 2022 Term 2 secondary nov 2022

 

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A Level Examination Results Summer 2022 Press Release
Posted on: 18/08/2022

A Level Examination Results Summer 2022 Press Release

Students produce excellent A Level and Level 3 BTEC results

This year’s cohort of students have successfully overcome the disruption and resulting challenges of the pandemic years to achieve unprecedented results in their exams.

Headteacher, Craig Thomas said:

“We are delighted with the excellent A Level and BTEC examination results that Bartholomew students have achieved. These are a reflection of their fantastic commitment and the high-quality teaching they have received.  All our students should be justifiably proud of their efforts through the most challenging of times. I am extremely proud of the staff and students at Bartholomew School. It is wonderful that their hard work and commitment has been rewarded in this way.”

119 students made a total of 348 A Level entries, with the following headline figures:

  • 42.2% of grades at A*- A
  • 72.4% of grades at A*- B
  • 92.8% of grades at A*- C
  • 100%  of grades at A*- E  

8 students made a total of 12 Level 3 BTEC entries, with the following headline figures:

  • 66.6% of grades at Distinction*
  • 75.0% of grades at Distinction* - Distinction
  • 100%  of grades at Distinction* - Merit

The success at Bartholomew School includes many exceptional individual performances with 26 students achieving three or more grade A*/A results at A Level and D* at BTEC.

We are delighted that our students will now be able to move on to their next stage, whether at university, apprenticeships or other pathways.

These excellent results reflect our dedication to nurture students at all levels of ability and reward them for their positive attitudes, hard work and resilience.

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