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School Immunisations

We offer immunisations to all children and young people in schools and community settings across Leeds.

In year 9 your child will be offered their Teenage booster for DTP (Diphtheria, tetanus and Polio) and Meningitis ACWY vaccinations. We also take the opportunity to check that Year 9 children are up to date with their MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) vaccinations and offer this vaccine if they are not already up to date.

If your child misses their opportunity to receive their vaccinations in school, you will automatically be sent a text message inviting you to call us to book an appointment at one of our community clinics. Please be aware that this relies on the number on your GP record being up to date.  If you think your child is outstanding any of their vaccinations and you have not received a text message, please feel free to contact us on 0113 8433101 or via email at

Please also note that GP practices do not routinely offer the year 8 and 9 immunisations whilst pupils are still in these cohorts because they are provided as a school based program.

Referrals for older year groups

If your child is currently in year 10 or 11 and you believe they have missed any of their teenage vaccinations, please contact the school immunisation team in the first instance to ask about booking a community clinic appointment. Alternatively, you can contact your GP practice who may be happy to provide these at your surgery.

Referrals for Home Educated Pupils

All home educated pupils will be invited by our team at the relevant age to attend an appointment at one of our community clinics to receive their vaccinations.

Tel: 0113 8433101  

8:30am - 5:00pm, Monday - Friday


We offer a citywide service but operate out of:

Woodhouse Health Centre
Cambridge Road

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