Flu Vaccination


The Children’s Immunisation Team will be visiting the school on Tuesday 15th November 2022

Live Attenuated Influenza Vaccination (Flu Nasal spray) – Reception to Year 6 children

Flu can be an unpleasant illness and can cause serious complications. Vaccinating your child will also help protect more vulnerable family and friends by preventing the spread of flu.

More information: –

protecting your child against flu leaflet information for parents.pdf

Flu Consent

Please access the online consent form at the following link:


The unique code for the school is ENF132203

The vaccine is administered as a nasal spray and is completely pain free for your child

Please note: The Flu Nasal spray contains porcine gelatine, however there is an alternative available as an injection. Please select this option on the consent form (link above). The injection will be administered at school, however if you prefer your child to be vaccinated in our clinic, please contact us before the school session (date above).

Vaccination information and consent forms

We would be grateful if you could complete the e-consent form for the vaccination as soon as possible and no later than 48 hours before the school session (date above). 
If you prefer your child not to be vaccinated, please complete the consent form and select ‘No’ and we will no longer contact you for consent.

Public Health England have a duty to protect the public from disease and this includes providing vaccination services which are fulfilled by NHS England working with Local Authorities and schools.  This duty allows schools to share basic contact information with NHS England so they can monitor who has and who has not had a vaccination.

Whilst we strongly recommend every child has their vaccinations, we will not do so without the appropriate consent for each.

If you experience any problems accessing the forms, please telephone 0208 702 3499 and the team will be happy to help.

The information provided on the submitted form will be securely held on the child’s electronic health record until they are 25 years old.

The NHS Trust collects personal information to ensure that individuals receive appropriate care and treatment and to meet certain statutory obligations.  This information is kept, together with details of the care provided, because it may be needed if you require treatment again.  The Trust Privacy Notice provides more information relating to how your information is processed. Please see the following link http://www.beh-mht.nhs.uk/privacy-notice.htm

If you have any further questions or queries you can contact the Immunisation Team directly by phone or email below.

Tel: 0208 702 3499  Email: beh-tr.enfieldimmunisationteam@nhs.net