Seasonal Flu

The Influenza nasal spray vaccination is offered annually as part of the national programme for vaccination of children and young people, within the identified year groups, to protect them against seasonal flu. Having this vaccination will also protect others at risk from flu and help reduce pressure on the NHS.

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Diptheria, Tetanus & Polio (Td/IPV), Meningococcal ACWY

The Td/IPV and MenACWY vaccinations will both be offered at the same time as part of the national programme for vaccination of children and young people. They are important for ensuring long-term protection against all of the above serious, disabling and potentially fatal diseases. Protection will then continue into adulthood.

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Human Papilloma Virus (HPV)

The HPV vaccine is routinely offered to boys and girls from year 8 as part of the national programme for vaccination of children and young people. In the UK this consists of two doses of the vaccine for those who start the course before their 15th birthday, or three doses for those who start the course on or after their 15th birthday. All students will be offered dose 1 in year 8 and a second dose a minimum of 24 weeks later; this may not be in the same academic year. By having this vaccination, students are protected against the Human Papilloma Virus that causes some types of cancer and infections.

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Covid-19

The Covid-19 (Coronavirus) vaccine is currently available as a single dose to children in Year 7 to Year 11 (12-15 year olds).

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