The UK Health Security Agency is writing to encourage you to check that your child is up to date with their immunisations before starting school.
If your child is aged between two and five years old, they should have had their pre-school immunisations (also known as vaccinations) which will help protect your child against many serious infections.
It’s also a good time to catch up with any of the usual immunisations your child may have missed as a baby or toddler. Just ask your GP practice or clinic about catch-up doses. It is never too late to have your child immunised.
The table below shows the pre-school immunisations that your child will be offered by your GP between the ages of two and five, and also has information about the flu vaccine which will be offered to them each year in school.
You can read the full letter here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1nuLt2rx9Y66QmGFXU2XfB2BI2geWEbgZ/view?usp=sharing