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Face coverings are back! When visiting the GP Practice, please ensure you wear a face covering. This is compliant with new guidelines from NHS England.

Thousands of people eligible for a Spring COVID-19 booster have not yet come forward...The NHS in Sussex is calling for anyone who now due a second COVID-19 vaccination to book theirs this week....Call 119 from 8am to 8pm or use the National Booking Service website to book a local appointment.

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The NHS COVID-19 app is a contact tracing app.

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Any patients who are seen in the Practice now need to wear a face covering or mask if asked to attend an appointment. 

We are now offering  Video Consultations as well as Telephone Consultations to our patients.  When your appointment is booked we will send simple instructions on how to use.  Please refer to our Online Services tab with step by step instructions.

Childhood Immunisations

Is your child protected?  

We understand that many parents have concerns about Immunisations. The Nurses are happy to discuss these with you before you make any decision about immunising your child.  We also have leaflets and resources to help you to make a decision.  

We have also included information leaflets on Vaccinations and what to expect to help you make a decision:

Immunisations up to a Year Old Baby

Immunisations at a Year Old At a Year

Immunisations Pre-School Pre-School

The vaccination jabs which children receive in their early years – between birth and when they first go to school – are very important in helping them build protection against infections such as meningitis, diphtheria, polio, measles and mumps.  

These diseases are in circulation and an infection can cause serious complications, particularly for a child.  It is not only the child who is protected, vaccination programmes protect the whole population by making it harder for a disease to spread to others.  

It is particularly important children are fully up-to-date with all their jabs before they start school for the first time, which is when they come into contact with more potential sources of infection. 

The vast majority of parents do ensure their child has been fully protected, but there are many children who are missing doses and are therefore at risk.    

More information is available on the NHS Choices website and, if in any doubt that your child is missing important vaccinations, you should speak to one of our Practice Nurses. 

Play your part and help spread the message to family and friends and help to ensure children are fully protected.

Vaccines don't overload a child: watch animation video here.

Vaccination tips for parents and carers:

Click here for practical advice for parents who want vaccinations without tears, including how to dress your child and choosing pain relief.  You can also find out which vaccinations are offered on the NHS and at what age they should be given to protect your child.

Click here for a video from CBeebies 'Get Well Soon' Programme. Information from the website states -

'Get Well Soon' is an innovative and fun factual entertainment show, which aims to enlighten CBeebies’ young audience about health and medical issues in an exciting and informative way.

Presented by real-life paediatrician Dr Ranj Singh, the series will help children to understand their bodies and to see the medical world as an environment in which they feel safe.

What to expect after vaccinations:

Click here for a useful leaflet that describes the common side effects of vaccinations that may occur in babies and young children up to five years of age.

NHS Vaccination Schedule

        Babies under 1 year old

A table showing when vaccines are offered to babies under 1 year old



8 weeks

6-in-1 vaccine
Rotavirus vaccine

12 weeks

6-in-1 vaccine (2nd dose)
Pneumococcal (PCV) vaccine
Rotavirus vaccine (2nd dose)

16 weeks

6-in-1 vaccine (3rd dose)
MenB (2nd dose)

   Children aged 1 to 15

A table showing when vaccines are offered to children aged 1 to 15



1 year

Hib/MenC (1st dose)
MMR (1st dose)
Pneumococcal (PCV) vaccine (2nd dose)
MenB (3rd dose)

2 to 10 years

Flu vaccine (every year)

3 years and 4 months

MMR (2nd dose)
4-in-1 pre-school booster

12 to 13 years

HPV vaccine

14 years

3-in-1 teenage booster

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