Mackellar MP Jason Falinski has renewed his call to NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard asking if he can make it happen.It comes as one school revealed some teachers were pushing back on getting the vaccine.Kamaroi Rudolph Steiner Principal Barbara Maxfield said all schools are waiting to see whether the NSW Government makes vaccines mandatory for teachers and pupils.“It is unclear what the future will look like,” she said.“If it’s legislated it may have implications for canteen staff, music teachers and volunteer parents who come in to help.”Ms Maxfield said some of the general teaching staff have told her they believe the vaccine should be a personal choice.However, she has warned them if the NSW Government makes vaccinations mandatory for school staff and pupils, they will have to make a tough choice.“Most people become teachers because they are passionate about helping children,” she said.“It is sad to think people with that level of passion have to think very deeply about their future in teaching.”A spokeswoman for St Augustine’s College in Brookvale said they “always work with families and staff to ensure personal choice is respected” but that if vaccines for staff or pupils become mandatory they will enforce it.Pittwater House said it was urging all staff to get vaccinated and was offering “reimbursements for vaccinations where appropriate”, as well as vaccination leave.Meanwhile, Mr Falinski said he was receiving “a growing number of calls or emails from concerned parents of senior students as well as teachers and carers of all levels from the northern beaches about attaining a vaccine appointment”. “There is certainly strong enough demand for a mass vaccine hub on the beaches,” he said.He added that both Wakehurst and Warringah Rugby Clubs have offered up their fields, clubhouses and amenities at Belrose and Narrabeen for a vaccine hub and Dee Why RSL has also offered its premises for drive through vaccinations. It is also understood that Northern Beaches Hospital is looking into setting up a Pfizer hub once more supply becomes available.Mr Falinski said vaccinating kids and teachers must be made a priority so they can get back into the classroom before the end of the year. “NSW Health has done an extraordinary job in getting over 70 per cent of the state population to date at least one Covid-19 vaccination in such a short period of time,” he said.“We must turn our attention to making sure we get teachers and high school students vaccinated as soon as possible. “A dedicated mass vaccination hub on the northern beaches is the answer to getting students back in the classroom before the end of term four.”Former Wakehurst Rugby Club President and Life Member Gareth Blades said the club wanted to do its bit in helping the community get out of this lockdown. “Unfortunately, there has been no rugby played at our facilities for over three months,” he said. “I drive past our ground most days and think it would be a perfect location to set up a vaccination hub. We have a large field with a club house, ample parking and dual access. “We just want to give back to the people of the northern beaches by providing them a greater opportunity to get vaccinated so we can open up and get life back to a new normal.” Cr Vincent De Luca has also called for a vaccination hub.It comes as schools on the beaches say they won’t be enforcing that teachers or pupils get a vaccine unless the NSW Government.