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Wellbeing and Health In-Reach Nurse Coordinators (WHINs)

The Wellbeing and Health In-Reach Nurse Coordinator (WHIN) program is a partnership between NSW Health and NSW Department of Education. WHINs are co-located within schools in western Sydney and work closely with the school’s wellbeing and learning and support teams. The underlying assumption is that improved access to health care will improve student health and wellbeing, which will support improved educational outcomes and engagement.

Youth Health works

We currently have 6 WHINs partnered with the following schools in western Sydney:

Primary Schools:

- Greystanes Public School

- Beresford Road Public School

- Ringrose Public School

- Rydalmere Public School

- Rydalmere East Public School

- Ermington West Public School

- Crawford Road Public School

- Marayong Heights Public School

- Doonside Public School

- Granville South Public School

- Granville East Public School

- Blaxcell Street Public School

- Old Guildford Public School

- Noumea Public School

- Wilmot Public School

- Lethbridge Park Public School

- Shalvey Public School

High Schools:

- Greystanes High School

- Cumberland High School

- Doonside Technology High School

- Granville South Creative and Performing Arts High School

- Arthur Phillip High School

- Chifley College

Schools for Specific Purposes:

- Fowler Road School

- Holroyd School