B Cador: February 2018
A message from School Nursing and Immunisation Team, Cheshire East 0-19 Integrated Children's Service:
'We wish to take this opportunity to thank you for all your help and support during the recent primary school flu campaign.
Your school's percentage uptake was 70.7%
Our target uptake for this campaign was 65%..
By achieving a high uptake, it has been proven to reduce sickness in schools both for children and adults and reduces absenteeism. This ensures that children's education is not affected.'
Thank you to all our parents who supported the campaign.
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