HPV vaccinations (catch up)

The School Nursing Immunisation Team visited St Teilo's on 28 February 2024 to administer the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine.

The team are revisiting the school on 12 June 2024 to provide another opportunity to receive the vaccine.

If you previously provided your consent but your child missed the vaccine, there is nothing further you need to do.

If you have not yet submitted your consent and would like your child to receive the vaccine on 12 June 2024, please complete the consent as soon as possible and no later than 5 June 2024.

Provide your e-consent now

It is essential that you provide a valid email address when completing the e-consent form to receive correspondence and a confirmation receipt from the immunisation team. If you have any difficulties accessing or completing the e-consent form or need any further advice please contact the immunisation team.

The vaccine helps to protect a person from being infected by the Human Papillomavirus. This virus increases the risk of developing some cancers later in life such as cervical cancer, some mouth and throat cancers and some cancers of the anus and genital area. It also helps protect against genital warts. The HPV vaccine does not protect against other sexually transmitted infections.

Watch this video, made in collaboration with Cardiff City Football Club, to find out more.

Watch the video

Further advice

Please contact the School Nursing Immunisation Team by telephoning 02920907661 or by emailing.

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