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Health Information

Covid 19

Prevention: Stay at home if you are unwell | Wash your hands | Don’t touch your face | Practice physical distancing | Cover coughs and sneezes | Support each other

We follow the advice of Ministry of Health and Ministry of Education regarding Covid-19.

Health Centre (located at Student Reception)

The Health Centre is located at Student Reception and is open from 8.40am – 3.20pm for accidents and medical emergencies and is normally staffed by a Nurse.

Students must have a note from their teacher if visiting the Nurse during class time.

All Year 7 & 8 students must see the Nurse before they leave school to go home for medical reasons.

All students must been seen by the Nurse if they are injured at school.

Student Medication

Any regular approved medication must be administered by the Health Centre. The medication must be brought to the Centre by a caregiver and the appropriate form completed. CLICK HERE for the Request to Administer Medicine at School form.

Changes in Students Health

The school Nurse must be informed of any changes to your child’s health. Please email

Accident or Emergency Situation

If the school is unable to contact a parent/caregiver in an Accident or Emergency situation or if the accident or emergency is serious, the student will be taken either to a nearby medical centre or an ambulance will be called. (There may be costs that a parent/caregiver must meet).

Public Health Nurse

The Public Health nurse, Mrs El Mann is available to see students about any health issues, including physical, emotional, and sexual health. This is a confidential service and appointments to see her can be made with the school Nurse or by phoning 09 427 0300 x4340 or by emailing her at Her hours are 1.30pm - 2.30pm on a Monday.

Additional Information

Head Lice Information
Mumps Whooping Cough
Scabies Chicken Pox


Year 7 & 8 students

Year 7 & 8 students are given free dental treatment by local dental nurses from the Auckland Regional Dental Services who move from school to school during the school Terms. They can be contacted by phoning 426 8470 x8395.

Dental care for Year 9 students until they reach 18 years

Adolescent dental services are provided by contracting dentists from Year 9 until 18th birthday. Regardless of whether adolescents are at school, in paid employment or not they are still entitled to free dental services. For more information about adolescent dental care or to find a contracting dentist near you please check website or phone 0800 TALK TEETH (0800 825 583).

Coast Physio

Peter Melvin and colleagues from Coast Physio provide an onsite Sports Physio clinic for Orewa College students. The Physio Clinic can be found next to the Sports Office.

Peter has over 25 years Physiotherapy experience and has teenagers active in sport.

Services Include

Treatment of sports injuries, hand injuries and injury prevention advice.

For an appointment call 426 6619 or text 027 230 2162 or email and Coast Physio will contact you.

Registration/Consent Form

Please click here for a registration/consent form which needs to be completed before your child’s initial appointment (by parent if under 16). The diagnosis and initial report of your child will be emailed to you and the student’s GP.