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Covid-19 Vaccinations

Vaccinations (12 - 15 year olds)

The vaccinations team will be returning to school soon to offer both first and second doses of the COVID vaccine.  A paper copy of the consent form has been sent home with students and needs to be returned by Thursday 20th January 2022.  Apologies for the short deadline - this is beyond our control.Letter

A copy of the form can be printed (link below) and returned to schoolConsent Form

Only page 1 of the form needs to be completed (side with the school name at the top).  The information leaflet referred to in the form can be found below:COVID Information Leaflet

Why your child should be vaccinated

Getting the vaccine will help to protect children and young people against COVID-19. Whilst most children usually have mild illness, they can pass on their infection to others in their family and those they come into contact with. Getting vaccinated will also help to reduce the chance of disruption to their education from COVID-19.Click here for more information

If a child has not received the vaccine this is now available from community vaccination centres.  Walk-in services are available:

Saddlers Vaccination Centre Walsall, WS2 9NW

Cardiac Rehab Gym, City Hospital, Dudley Road, Winson Green B18 7QH

You can also book using the link below:Book or manage your coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination

Information LeafletEasy Read Information LeafletBlack Country and West Birmingham Vaccination Information

16 and 17 year olds can now use the online booking service for their COVID-19 vaccine

The Department of Health and Social Care announced on Friday 24 September that all 16 and 17 year olds can now book their first COVID-19 vaccination appointment online

Vaccines are our best weapon against this virus and our booster programme has accelerated rapidly, with almost 30 million doses of boosters or third doses administered, and more than half of adults jabbed, securing vital protection. Vaccination reduces the likelihood of infection, helps break chains of transmission and is safe and effective – so we encourage all those eligible to consider taking up the offer.

Young people aged 16 and 17 can:

If students cannot book appointments online, they can call 119 free of charge. They can speak to a translator if they need to. Further information can be found on the NHS website