Immunisations at PNINS


The Public Health Nurses are here at PNINS on 12th and 13th of March to give free immunisations.

This is to help protect our students against serious diseases such as diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough and most HPV cancers.  

Your child will bring home a Parent Consent Form today which has more information.

To make sure your child receives their school immunisations, remember to sign and return the consent form to their class teacher by 21st February.  All students must return a signed form to indicate whether they are having the immunisation or not.


Please watch the video below with your child.  

Duane and Hinetaapora talk about getting immunised against tetanus, diphtheria and whooping cough (or pertussis). What does immunisation do and why do you need it? What are immunisations for and how do they work?