School aged Screening Services for St Helens Borough

School aged Screening Services for St Helens Borough

The Healthy Child programme for England recommends a number of universal checks for children at school age.

St.Helens Council
School aged Screening Services for St Helens Borough (Vision, Hearing & National Child Measurement Programme)
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The Healthy Child programme for England recommends a number of universal checks for children at school age. These include:

·         Hearing screening in reception year

·         Vision screening in reception year

·         National child measurement programme (NCMP) in reception & year 6

The checks aim to identify impairments and health issues that may impact on a child’s learning. The NCMP programme collects information healthy weight in children both as a surveillance measure but also to provide feedback and information to parents and carers. The NCMP is a mandated public health programme.

No tender documents will be sent to you – you need to navigate to the “my opportunities” section and download the documents from the Chest website.

If you have any questions regarding this opportunity – please post them on the “discussions” facility on the Chest.  Messages sent outside of the Chest will not be responded to.

 

ALL SUBMISSIONS MUST BE SENT THROUGH THE CHEST.  Submissions sent via any other method will not be accepted.

Please ensure that you leave enough time to upload your documents before the closing date/time, as late submissions may not be accepted.

 

Contact:
Mrs Jackie Houghton
Email Address:
JackieHoughton@Sthelens.gov.uk
Telephone:
00 – Please direct all questions and queries via this portal
Fax:
00 – Please direct all questions and queries via this portal
Address:
St. Helens Town Hall
Victoria Square
St.Helens
Merseyside
WA10 1HP
United Kingdom
Key Dates
01/09/2015
31/08/2016
11/03/2015 15:00
13/04/2015 17:00
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