Our Nurses are trained to deal with illness and injury to pupils, staff or visitors.


The Clifton High School Medical Centre

Our Nurses are trained to deal with illness and injury to pupils, staff or visitors to Clifton High School, this includes training in the use of the onsite Automated External Defibrillator. 

The Clifton High School Nursing Team have a range of NHS nursing backgrounds including Public Health, paediatric specialities and pain management. 

8:30 - 5:00 p.m. Daily
Three beds including an isolation room where pupils can be closely monitored awaiting collection.
3 School Nurses

Our medical team help to provide a vast range of services to the school community, keeping children safe and happy, enabling them to reach their full potential and make their school experience a happy one. They manage both acute and chronic health conditions and work with families and primary health care providers to ensure the best outcome for each child. They work alongside the Pastoral Team and School Counsellor, Jackie Brangwyn, to ensure the children’s mental health and wellbeing needs are met as comprehensively as possible.   

The School Nurses also co-ordinate, with Sirona, to provide immunisations on site at school, following the UK’s immunisation programme. 

They are all passionate about providing the best care to the pupils at Clifton High School. We see pupils throughout the school day or can offer appointments to pupils to suit their individual needs. We work closely with all class teachers and heads of year to provide the best individual care to each child. We endeavour to be visible and accessible to pupils, so pupils will often see us outside of the medical room, sometimes helping to deliver health promotion topics within the classroom.  


For questions about medical care at Clifton, please contact us on the number or email below.

Phone: 07770014248



Lindsay Bailey,
School Nurse & Mental Health Lead


Previous Experience: 
Lindsay worked within Southmead and Frenchay Hospital, Charlton Farm Hospice and Lifetime, specialising in Women’s and Children’s Health and Children’s life limiting conditions.


Elin Fuller,
School Nurse


Previous Experience:
Elin was previously a NHS Children’s A&E Nurse and Children's Community Nurse in central London -relocating to Bristol this year with her family. Alongside her role as a School Nurse at Clifton High School, she also works as a Paediatric Sexual Health & Safeguarding Liaison Specialist Nurse at The Bridge UHB.


Laura Lynch,
School Nurse


Previous Experience:
Laura previously worked at Bristol Royal Hospital for Children, Great Ormond Street and Chelsea & Westminster Hospitals, eventually specialising in children’s haematology, oncology and bone marrow transplant.