Childhood vaccinations

Information about childhood vaccination, and childhood vaccination schedule.

Childhood vaccinations

Vaccination is the safest and most effective way of protecting against serious diseases.

The NHS strongly recommends that babies and children are vaccinated according to the Routine Childhood Immunisations Schedule

School-age child vaccinations

Vaccination UK is commissioned by NHS England to provide school-age vaccinations to pupils. Children and young people attending a Haringey school will receive a parental consent form when they are due for a vaccination.

Example vaccinations include:

  • HPV vaccine - for children in year 8
  • DTP (Diphtheria, Tetanus, Polio) and Meningitis vaccine - for children in year 9
  • MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) vaccine - for children from reception to year 13

If your child has missed a vaccination

If your child has missed the school session and you would like to attend a clinic to catch-up on their vaccines, you can: