Health services information
Nurses hours at school
Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9:00-14:00.
The School Nurse has an open-door policy and both students and guardians are welcome to stop by for a chat, with or without an appointment, or to get in touch outside of office hours. You can also call, send an SMS or email.
Anja Sigrid Larsen
Mob: 90 067656
The School Nurse provides the National School Health Programme to all students. She is engaged in preventive health work and promotes the physical, mental and social health and welfare of our students. She provides guidance, health surveys, vaccinations and follow-up as necessary.
The School Nurse works on a multidisciplinary level and will refer onwards as necessary. She also participates in the school’s child development team and has a duty of confidentiality.
Students from all grades have an appointment with the school nurse once a year. In addition, she meets with students on an individual basis when they have a need to see her.
Yearly schedule of the school health services
1st grade: Health examination by school nurse and doctor
2nd grade: Vaccination against Tetanus, Diphtheria, Whooping cough and Poliomyelitis
3rd grade: Measurement of height and weight. Follow-up as needed
5th grade: Teaching mental health
6th grade: Vaccination against Measles, Mumps and Rubella. Puberty Education
7th grade: Vaccination against HPV for both boys and girls, two doses
8th grade: Conversation individually or in groups on health and well-being. Measurement of height and weight. Follow-up as needed
9th grade: Sex-education
10th grade: Vaccination against Tetanus, Diphtheria, Whooping cough and Polio
In addition, the Nurse offers
Specific health examinations in consultation with parents/guardians. For example, vision/hearing testing
The teaching of various health-related topics
Preventive work against female genital mutilation in 1st, 5th and 10th grades