The holidays are here but our school will stay open. Our fabulous team of learning assistants, artists and musicians offer children in hospital a range of arts, music and ICT based activities.Read More
You can see some of the work students have produced on our holiday programmes here.
Our school is open 50 weeks a year and is funded during the holidays by our charity FCCHS.
Martin was presented with a 20 year Long Service Award by the Mayor of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Councillor Mrs Elizabeth Rutherford. “I’m delighted to join the esteemed CCHS 20year+ club! It just goes to show what an amazing place the Hospital School is to work” - Martin
There were a lot of empty plates! We can’t believe we didn’t get a picture of the spread, including the famous “Mikey’s Cakes” Guinness cake. But there was a good turnout including nurses, doctors, wider MDT members, governors, and Marie’s current and former colleagues in CCHS. They all went back full of sweetness and memories of Marie, brought back by the lovely slide show.
We are a Community Hospital School providing education for children while they are in hospital. We also teach students who cannot access mainstream education due to medical or mental health conditions. We work across four hospitals in London, England.
Love youth club +"Love youth club and the school teachers are really nice." Read More
Thank you for the invaluable music session you organised ... +Thank you for the invaluable music session you organised for the children on Great Western Ward at St Mary's Paddington which my daughter was able to attend. Although my daughter was on the ward for a while her session with Mark and Vanessa from LSO was absolutely wonderful and a real life line for her whilst being so poorly. She has talked of it often and it has provided real inspiration in as much as she is now improvising on our piano at home and I will arrange lessons for her soon. Thank you very much indeed and I sincerely hope you can secure additional funding for further arts and music activities for the children which I feel are so essential for their recovery and well being. Read More
The school was a fantastic distraction for my son +"The school was a fantastic distraction for my son 2 days post op. It was very well equipped and the teachers were enthusiastic and inspirational. Having been home the school was his highlight." Read More
School at hospital was a success for my daughter +"School at hospital was a success for my daughter. She loved it. More emphasis on school work during term time would be good but understand why not so easy to achieve. Thank you." Read More
It was excellent for my daughter. +"It was excellent for my daughter." Read More
The tomato plants are taking over the St Mary's classroom! Even though they were only planted at Easter, they're already bearing fruits. We are not sure that they will be ready for pasta sauce or ketchup recipes by the time summer is here, and no doubt the holiday programme participants will want to eat them all. But it's exciting that Science can remind us of awe and wonder as well as the passing of time!
Sophie made an amazing, surreal video for a competition for a famous YouTuber called Felix aka Pewdiepie. Sophie took a clip of Pewdiepie on a greenscreen and added in a Swedish flag a duck and a meatball! She used MoviePlus to edit and create her video. Take a look.