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The Health and Wellbeing Teams are an important part of the pastoral care programme and work closely with House Deans, Tutors, Chaplains and other staff within the College to support health and wellbeing.

There are two Registered Nurses on-site based in the College’s Health Centre. The Health Centre is open every school day from 8.30 am to 3.30 pm. This is a free and confidential service.

At Scots College, the role of these nurses is to manage the College Health Centre and provide nursing care to students (including boarding students) and staff, through nursing assessment, interventions/treatment and referrals to other supports within the College and externally. This includes support for long term or ongoing health concerns and first aid.

We have two nurses who are based in the Health Centre – Jo Smith and Shellae Bryant. Jo is the College’s full-time Registered Nurse and has been at Scots College for the last nine years. She has a wide range of nursing experience over many years, as a nurse working in Orthopaedics, physical health trauma, army nursing for Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps, and practice nursing. Shellae is the College’s part-time Registered Nurse and has been at the College for 14 months. Prior to working at Scots College Shellae worked overseas as a community school nurse and has a clinical background in community health services, and acute paediatrics. Shellae has been nursing for 21 years.

If you have medical information you would like to share with the health team, including updating vaccination information, please forward these to the health centre email.

If you would like to contact the health team, contact details are provided below:

Health Centre:
Phone: (04) 3880852
In case of emergency, the health office mobile number is 027 216 9674

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Scots College
1 Monorgan Road
Strathmore Park
Wellington 6022
New Zealand
Scots College
PO Box 15064
Wellington 6243
New Zealand