Covid 19 Update

12 to 15 year olds can still get their COVID-19 vaccination

Here’s how:
At school. Our immunisation service may be visiting your school soon. Make sure you’ve completed a consent form, the link for this has been emailed to you by your school.

Missed the school session? Book onto a dedicated children's community clinic. Check the acknowledgment email sent to you when you submitted your consent form (it’s from noreply@cinnamon) and there will be a link to search for local clinics and book an appointment.

Visit a vaccination centre. Book an appointment at www.nhs.uk/covidvaccine or by calling 119. Walk-ins available at Churchill Square, Brighton and Northgate, Chichester.
If you have any questions or need help to fill in your consent form, please call us on 01293 227797.

Vaccination of school aged children

Anyone who still needs a 1st, 2nd or booster vaccine can attend the following sessions without booking across Sussex:

Walk-in vaccination sessions for 12-15 year olds - Sussex Health & Care Partnership (sussexhealthandcare.uk)

Walk-in vaccination sessions for 16 years and over - Sussex Health & Care Partnership (sussexhealthandcare.uk)

Those who would like to book an appointment can visit the following page for more information:

East Sussex bookable vaccinations - Sussex Health & Care Partnership (sussexhealthandcare.uk)

Vaccines are the most effective way to prevent serious illness from Covid-19 for more information on why it’s important: Coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine - NHS (www.nhs.uk)

Find a walk-in coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination site


Children’s Services Letter 24/3/22


Letter from Elizabeth Funge, Assistant Director Education and Darrell Gale, Director of Public Health for you to share with parents and carers.

The letter is to remind parents and carers that many of the current expectations that schools and colleges have in place to manage COVID-19 transmission will remain until the end of this term in the context of recent announcements.


Letters to Families

Covid 19 Update