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Vaccination and Immunisation

The service has started a phased reopening  – for updated service information click here.

We have a dedicated team of professionals who are highly skilled and experienced in giving school aged vaccinations.

It is important to protect our children and young people against a number of dangerous infectious diseases.

The team work with 132 primary schools and 35 secondary schools, independent schools, special schools, alternative education and also support young people who are home educated or not in education.

The team also identify specific cohorts of children aged one year, two years or five years with missing vaccine/immunisations. Find out more.

Consent for vaccinations is initially required from parents.

If you not sure if your child has had all routine vaccinations, or you are 19 years old and under, please contact our service for further advice and support.

Flu (Influenza Nasal Spray)

Leaflet for parents

This leaflet is now available to download in audio from:

And also in braille – on demand from the Healthpublications website. The same leaflet is available on GOV.UK in Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, German, Gujarati, Hindi, Italian, Polish, Romani, Romanian, Somali, Tagalog, Tamil, Turkish and Urdu which can be viewed using the following link

Leaflet for parents - Five reasons to get your child vaccinated

Consent form

Flu hero video

Flu Spray Demonstration

Childhood Flu Information

Nasal Flu Vaccine and Porcine Gelatine

If you require this information in Arabic, Bengali or Urdu language please click below

HPV (Human Papilloma Virus)

Leaflet pdf


Consent form

News item 10 July 2019

The BBC reports that health officials say the HPV vaccine for 12 to 13 year old boys, starting after the summer, will prevent 29,000 cancers in UK men in the next 40 years. The jab protects against human papilloma virus, which causes many oral, throat and anal cancers. Boys aged 12 and 13 will be offered the vaccine in secondary schools from the start of the next school term - in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.

MEN ACWY (Meningitis ACWY)

Teenagers and first year university students are advised to have a vaccination to prevent meningitis and septicaemia, which can be deadly. Find out more on NHS Choices.

Meningitis and Septicaemia leaflet

Consent form

Meningitis/DTP consent form

Td/IPV (Diptheria, Tetanus and Polio)

3-in-1 teenage booster FAQs

Consent form

MMR (Measles, Mumps and Rubella)

MMR Leaflet

MMR consent form

There are leaflets available from Public Health England in other languages.

Additional flyers are also available in Hindu, Italian, Lithuanian, Portuguese, Polish, Romani, Romanian, Spanish, Swahili, Tamil, Ukrainian and Urdu, which can be found HERE.  

Further Information

The team is based at First Floor, Dempster Building, Summers Road, Brunswick Business Park, Liverpool, L3 4BL, but we don't see patients here. You can call us 0151 295 3833.