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Amherst Primary School

Every child, every chance, every day.

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Amherst Primary School

Every child, every chance, every day.

Useful Links

Here are some helpful links to advice pages 

Each primary school has a named nurse who can be contacted either through the school or at Lukis House. They can provide confidential help and advice to children, parents, carers and families in these areas:


  • Help and support for parents and carers to meet their children's health needs such as healthy lifestyle, enuresis (bed-wetting), sleep and hygiene.
  • Support parents and carers with their child's physical and emotional health and behaviour.
  • Offer growth, hearing and vision checks.
  • Support children with special needs and complex medical needs.
  • Support and training for education staff when a child has a health condition.

Children's Community Nursing Service Information 

The Child Development Service is a multidisciplinary team that provide quality care and support for children and young people aged 0-18 who have additional needs.

Autism Guernsey is an independent charity and is dedicated to enriching the lives of people with autism and their families.

Dyslexia is often identified in primary school, however, some people's coping strategies are so good that the dyslexic difficulties don't become apparent until much later, perhaps at secondary school or even in university or the workplace. The first step as a parent is to gain a good understanding of what dyslexia is, and how it can affect your child. You can find out more about dyslexia and co-occurring conditions in the webpages below.

Online Safety and Child Protection 

Physical Activities