Lucky you! I happen to have my children's "carnets de santé" (health books) next to my desk, so there are a few informations about vaccination for children.
Complulsory: BCG, (against tuberculosis), and the vaccine grouping tetanos/diphtera/poliomyelitis.(DTP)
You are encouraged to get your child vaccined against meningitis and hepatitis B, as well as against measles/mumps/rubella (rougeole/oreillons/rubéole= ROR)
Children are usually vaccined when born: DTP in all cases, and BCG is compulsory if the child is going to creche ot any group where he/she is in contact with other children.
Schools check whether your child has been vaccinated (BCG & DTP), if not you have to get him/her vaccinated at once (unfortunately, children coming from African countries without any immunation, were accepted in a parisian school and spread tuberculosis among those who where not vaccined, other children recently arrived in France; a few died, it was some years ago. So now schools do check...)
Seems all to me! I hope I was beeing clear and that my English is OK...