Student Health Information

Advice to Schools and Parents on New Mask-wearing Arrangements
Prevention and Guidelines of Communicable Diseases (Centre for Health Protection)
Prevent Communicable Diseases - Get Your Child Vaccinated
Childhood Immunisation Programme

The Department of Health's outreaching School Immunisation Teams provide immunization to primary 1, primary 5 and primary 6 students at school. 


  Immunisation recommended


  • Measles, Mumps, Rubella & Varicella (MMRV) Vaccine – Second dose
  • DTaP-IPV Vaccine - Booster dose


  • 9-valent Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine- First dose


  • Diphtheria (reduced dose), Tetanus, acellular Pertussis (reduced dose) & Inactivated Poliovirus Vaccine - Booster dose
  • 9-valent Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine- Second dose
  • Hepatitis B Vaccine(mop-up)
  • Measles, Mumps, Rubella & Varicella (MMRV) Vaccine (mop-up)


Useful links :  School Immunisastion TeamsSeasonal Influenza Vaccination School Outreach

School Dental Care Service
  • The School Dental Care Service is a primary dental health care programme administered by the Department of Health for all primary school children in Hong Kong. Students enrolled in the scheme can enjoy one year of dental care. They will be arranged to attend a school dental clinic for oral examination and treatment. The nominal fee for eligible students is HK$36.

Useful link:School Dental Care Service, Department of Health

Student Health Service
  • Enrolled students will be given an annual appointment for a health assessment at a Student Health Service Centre. These services include physical examination, screening for health problems related to growth, nutrition, blood pressure, vision, hearing, spine, psychological health and behaviour, individual health counselling and health education. The health assessment is offered free of charge.

Useful link:Student Health Service, Department of Health

Mental Health Resources

Useful link:Self-Care Tips Series for Students 

Useful link:Parenting Tips Series for Parents

  • Self-Test Station encourages students to understand and take care of their emotional health, to improve awareness of emotional distress, and to seek help from professionals when needed.

Useful link:Self-Test Station: Depressive Mood

Useful link:Self-Test Station: Anxiety