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Student Health

The student health team works to promote students' learning, development and health as well as to prevent illness

The team has both a preventative and a responsive role which includes elements of medicine, psychology, psychosocial and special education.

Staff involved attend the school's student health team meetings and collaborate with other school staff as well as with external actors including the “landsting” and social services.


Confidentiality -”tystnadsplikt”

Student health staff work with each other and with other school staff if necessary, and patient confidentiality is observed. Patient confidentiality is regulated by school law (Skollagen) and the Patient Safety Act (Patientsäkerhetslagen).

Introducing Student Care Team at IES Växjö

We are delighted to introduce the Student Health Care Team at IES Växjö! Our dedicated team of professionals is here to support and promote the health and well-being of all our students. We believe that a healthy body and mind are essential for academic success and personal growth, and we are committed to providing comprehensive care and guidance to our students.

The Student Health Care Team comprises experienced healthcare professionals who are well-versed in addressing the unique health needs of students. Our team includes couselor, school nurses, psychologists, and special educators who are passionate about their work and deeply committed to fostering a safe and nurturing environment for every student at IES Växjö.


Khushnum Stevens

Student Care Coordinator/Counselor

Amra Muhamedagic

Special Educator

''I am a part of the student care team, where my focus is on all children's right to education regardless of need.''

Jessica Klockare

School Nurse

Student Health Care Area

Recovery room (Vilo-rum)

Located on the ground floor, the rest room is a designated space for students to find respite and rest when they are feeling unwell.