The School Age Immunisation Team are the primary provider within the local area of immunisations for primary and adolescent school children. Their clinical work is supported by lessons which they deliver into classrooms to promote the importance of immunisations. 

The teams works from a central hub based in Stafford covering approximately 400 primary schools, 100 Secondary schools, 35 Special Schools and 25 Alternative Education Establishments 

Currently, the team provides; Human Papilloma Virus (HPV), Diphtheria, Tetanus and Polio (Td/IPV), Meningococcal ACWY (MenACWY) and Flu Nasal Vaccinations

Please click the links below for further information on each of the vaccines offered.

Flu Programme - 2020/2021

Eligibility for The Childhood Flu Vaccination Programme 2020-2021 will include:

  • All Schools – Reception to Year 7.
  • Special Education Provision - Reception to Year 13 (up to the age of 18)

To check your child's vaccination click on the link below (schools who have confirmed dates ONLY)

School Vaccination Dates - Confirmed

Flu Community Clinics

Date             Venue                                                                              Time



All clinics are appointment based, please call our team on

0300 124 0366

to arrange a suitable time


Adolescent Vaccinations Clinics

HPV - Human Pappiloma Virus, MenACWY - Menigitus A,C,WY. , Td/IPV - Diphtheria, Tetanus and Polio

Date                          Venue                                                                                                       Times




All clinics are appointment based, please call our team on

0300 124 0366

to arrange a suitable time


Elective Home Educated

Consent Forms

Forms must be completed by person(s) with PARENTAL RESPONSIBILTY

The person(s) with parental responsibility will usually, but not invariably be the child’s birth parents.  People with parental responsibility for the child include: the child’s mother; the child’s father if married to the mother at the child’s conception, birth or later; a legally appointed guardian; the local authority if the child is on a care order; or a person named in a residence order in respect of the child.  Fathers who have never been married to the child’s mother will only have parental responsibility if they acquired it through a court order or parental responsibility agreement. After the 30th November 2003 unmarried fathers have automatic parental responsibility for their children if they are named on the birth certificate. 

For a child born before the 30th November 2003, they can be re-registered and the father named on the birth certificate, after which the father will have automatic parental responsibility.



Human Papilloma Virus (HPV)

Meningitis ACWY and Diphtheria, Tetanus and Polio (Td/IPV)

Measles Mumps and Rubella (MMR)

Flu Nasal Vaccination

Referral criteria

Children are automatically offered vaccinations within the relevant school year. If a child has missed a routine vaccination then a referral can be accepted via email or a telephone call to the office. Referrals are accepted from parents, carers, teaching staff, GPs, other healthcare professionals and social workers.

School Age Immunisation Team Contact Details

Rising Brook Health Centre

Merrey Road,
ST17 9LY

Opening hours: 8.00 - 16.00, Monday to Friday (excluding bank holidays)

Get in Contact

Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Trust Headquarters, St. George's Hospital, Corporation Street, Stafford ST16 3SR


Switchboard number

0300 790 7000
(staffed 24 hours a day, every day)

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