COVID-19 Vaccination Information
In line with the guidance from the Secretary of State for Education and for Health and Social Care, The School Age Immunisation Team will be in School on Tuesday 2nd November to give COVID vaccinations to students aged 12 – 16. A further date the team will be in school will also be provided shortly.
If you need to discuss the vaccine further, require any further information or have any questions or concerns, please contact the School Age Immunisation Team on 0300 003 2554 or email hdft@email@example.com. The school will not be able to provide you with any further information.
Parents/carers will need to give consent to the vaccine. The link and details on how to give consent can be found in this letter (click to view letter) and further details in this letter - Parent/Carer Letter re: COVID-19 Vaccination.
- More detailed guidance for parents can be found here COVID-19 vaccination programme for young people: guidance for parents - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
- More detailed guidance for children and young people can be found here Information for children and young people on what to expect after COVID-19 vaccination - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
- Information for children and young people about what to expect after COVID-19 vaccination can be found here Information for children and young people on what to expect after COVID-19 vaccination - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
- Further information and answers to questions about the vaccine can be found here Coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine for children aged 12 to 15 - NHS (www.nhs.uk)
- Paper copies of the guidance is available to order free from Home - Health Publications
- frequently asked questions and a joint letter from secretaries of state for education and for health and social care to parents can be found here A joint letter to parents of secondary school and college students in England on Covid-19 testing and vaccines from the Secretaries of State for Education and for Health and Social Care - The Education Hub (blog.gov.uk)
- Covid 19 Guide for Children and Young People
- Covid 19 Parents FAQs