Our student health team at the school consists of special educators, school counselor, school nurse, school doctor, school psychologist and principal, all contact information can be found further down on this page. A student health team purpose is to give the resources needed to the children, and help the learning and development process. This means that you as a student can get in touch with student health if, for example, you need extra support. Read more about our quality work and how we work with children's development here.
The special educator
Works in close collaboration with teachers to map, prevent and remove obstacles to learning, plan and implement additional adaptations. They also have a central role in identifying students' needs for special support and establishing action programs.
Acts as a support in the pedagogical work. The curator works with the school's fundamental values and equal treatment work as well as the student's learning, health, well-being to counteract violations and discrimination.
The school psychologist
Collaborates with the teachers, through consultation and education. Implements assessments and investigations to detect psychological or learning barriers, and suggest adjustments and measures.
In compulsory school, students are offered three health visits to the school's school nurse, which include general health checks and health interviews. In grade 2 and 6, students are offered a growth check.
The school nurse performs vaccinations according to the national vaccination program and is there for our students with the task of maintaining a medical focus in the student health team and thus throughout the school.
Our student health team also consists of a school doctor who meets students for medical assessment and competence in student health work.
In primary school, students are offered three health visits that include general health checks and health talks. In year 2 and 6, students are offered a growth check.
In preschool the children are offered a health talk and examination of height, weight, vision and hearing.
Year 2 Growth check: height and weight.
Year 4 Health visit with a health talk and examination of height, weight and back.
Year 6 Growth check: height, weight and back.
Year 8 Health visit with a health talk and examination of height, weight and back.
Vaccinations are offered according to the national vaccination programme.
An open reception is offered so that the student is given the opportunity to see the nurse for advice regarding health issues and self-care, i.e. the measures that an individual can take in the event of simple, common illnesses and injuries.
The school's nurse and doctor
To contact the school's nurse or doctor, go to the Contact tab.