No need to plod through - I'm pasting below the current laws: polio, diptheria and tetanus are compulsory; the others are recommended
Article L3111-2 More about this article ...
Amended by Act No. 2007-293 of 5 March 2007 - s. 37 JORF March 6, 2007
The diphtheria and tetanus vaccinations for tetanus are mandatory unless recognized medical indication-cons; they must be practiced simultaneously. Individuals holding parental authority or who are responsible for the guardianship of minors are held personally responsible for the implementation of this measure, the justification must be provided upon admission in any school, daycare, summer camp or other community of children.
A decree determines the conditions under which practiced vaccination against diphtheria and tetanus immunization.
Article L3111-3 More about this article ...
Amended by Act No. 2004-806 of 9 August 2004 - s. 4 Journal officiel of 11 August 2004
Polio vaccination is compulsory except against-recognized medical indication, age and under conditions determined by decree of the State Council, issued after consultation with the National Academy of Medicine and of the High Council for Public Health. Individuals holding parental authority or who are responsible for the guardianship of minors held personally executing this obligation.
This is the page if you want to read more https://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/affichCode.do;jsessionid=1A5AB9BBF840CC6B04F75AF74CA8AF25.tpdila08v_1?idSectionTA=LEGISCTA000006171171&cidTexte=LEGITEXT000006072665&dateTexte=20160821