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We are a Community Special School providing education for children and young people while they are in Hospital. We also provide places for a number of students who cannot access mainstream school due to their medical conditions.

About Us

We work at 4 hospital sites in London, England:                                                 
Royal Brompton Hospital
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital
Collingham Child and Family Centre
St Mary's Hospital

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Our website 'Well at School' provides information, advice and resources for people working with children and young people affected by a medical or a mental health condition.  www.wellatschool.org

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We have published Hospital School - A Year in the Life, a photobook documenting a year in the life of our school.
Read it here: Hospital School - A Year in the Life.

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There are many ways you can make a big difference to a child's stay in hospital - see here for some ideas.

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SCHOOL NEWS

  • The Hoosiers perform for our students!

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    Our classroom became the newest music venue in town as the lead singer of The Hoosiers came to perform for students. One of our students Blake even debuted his own song-writing and singing, dueting with Irwin on Blake's brilliant song, 'Will You Marry Me?' A big thank you to Jamie from Roland and Kensington & Chelsea Foundation for organising the gig - what a great way to play into the weekend! See Blake's lyrics below.

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  • Amazing Amy's Mudder Triumph!

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    A huge thank you to Amy our amazingly brave Learning Mentor who raised nearly £1000 for the Hospital School by taking part in the incredibly tough Tough Mudder, a gruelling 12 mile obstacle course. See below for all the details...

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  • Goodbye Hadisa!

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    Today we said goodbye to Hadisa, a very special student from Afghanistan who has inspired us all with her reislience and commitment to learning. Good luck Hadisa - we will miss you!

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YOUR COMMENTS

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    Hello Nassib, What a lovely photo of you! You are working so hard, what a star! We all chat about you ...
     
  • HTU subtraction by Nassib
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    Hi Nassib! I'm so pleased to see you with a lovely smile on your face! You have been working on ...
     
  • Sponsor Amazing Amy!
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    Amy, we'll all be rooting for you (as we snuggle up on sofas watching the telly).

STUDENTS' WORK

  • Wild Mountain Thyme

    Shelby listened to different versions of Wild Mountain Thyme and then sang and recorded her own version - take a listen!

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  • Sonia's Prayer

    In PSHE  we have been thinking about being thankful which felt particularly poignant on Remembrance Day when we remembered those who lost their lives in war. Sonia (10)  wrote a prayer that she would like to share with people. It is thoughtful, mature and sincere.

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  • A quote from a visitor to CW hospital

    A quote from Nuala, a visitor to CW hospital.
    "Thoroughly enjoyed “Crossing Borders” (exhibition), your school joining with schools in Gaza to teach us about Palestinian culture. What openess, humanity and art – thank you."

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BIG GREEN FOOTSTEPS

  • Our Travelling Suitcase visits Iceland +

    Three of our staff, Kim, Fred and Shaun, spent a week working together with our partner school in Iceland  on the Read More
  • Solar Shuttle +

    Along with our new friends from Iceland, Italy, Ireland and Poland we took to the gentle waters of the Serpentine Read More
  • Nuclear Power +

    We explored ways of presenting information and promoting debate around nuclear power. This is currently in the news with plans Read More
  • Big Green Footsteps +

    Comenius enables pupils and staff from across Europe to work together on joint projects. Big Green Footsteps our current Comenius project, Read More
  • Comenius Science Workshop +

    Teachers from our four partner schools came to London for our first planning visit. After spending the first day showing Read More
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Meet Our Team

Each week we will be talking to a different member of our team and finding out about their role at the Hospital School. This week we are meeting ALISON 
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YOUR FEEDBACK

OUR STORIES

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    We meet more than 3,000 children every year and here are some of their remarkable stories.

  • Kaylem's story +

    Kaylem is a delightful three year old boy with Down's Syndrome who copes with a range of complex medical conditions affecting his heart, lungs and digestion. He has the most infectious laugh and brings a smile to everyone he meets. Kaylem’s mum describes their last nine months at the Hospital School.

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JUSTGIVING

  • Every little helps! +

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    THANK YOU!

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