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    No Ds goes to a public school . No nurse but they do have a sick bay.

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    Well you learn something new every day. I thought school nurses didn't really exist any more because any school I've worked in has not had one. However these schools aren't huge.
    I would think (and what I tend to do with sick or injured school children) that they should err on the side of caution always- not send them straight back put to play!

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    Old school did, new school doesn't. Both public schools

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    Our public school does. The parents pay for it in a levy once per term. (It's not funded by the department)

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    No, but my daughter has had feet, ears and eyes tested for free at daycare, preschool and school by external people.

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    No, just a sick bay with cautious admin staff. Your school sounds kind of negligent....
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    My kids go to a public school and there is no nurse. I thought it was more of a high school thing? I went to a public high school and we had a nurse, most people use to see her just to get out of classes they didn't like.

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    Highschool- yes
    Primary School- no
    (both state schools)
    At primary school, if they are sick or hurt themselves the parents are called immediately.
    The highschool nurse deals with a lot more. She is my dd's security. She's the only one who listens to my dd about her being bullied. I am soo grateful for her
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    The school I work at is p-12 and has a school nurse. It is a public school of almost 2000 ppl

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    Our school has a nurse. P-12 private school. She's only a fairly recent addition.


 

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