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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.

We work across four hospital sites in London, England:                                                 
Royal Brompton Hospital
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital (SCHOOL OFFICE)
Collingham Child and Family Centre
St Mary's Hospital

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We created the website 'Well at School' to 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 Rotary Clubs of Chelsea 'Spring into Summer' Concert in support of CCHS +

    CCHS is extremely grateful for the continuous support from The Rotary Clubs of Chelsea. This summer, they will be holding a 'Spring into Summer' concert in support of CCHS. Please see below for more information. Looking forward to seeing you there.

    Chelsea Rotary Club Charity Concert Poster

     

     

     

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  • A Festival of Words +

    mdx 20140409 DSCF3403 smlWe celebrated Easter and the arival of Spring with our "Festival of Words". This was the culmination of a 5 week music project in which students worked with Wigmore Hall's learning ensemble Ignite and the Fire Poet Philip Wells. We also had a wonderful performance from our new school choir including both students and staff.

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  • Congratulations to Collingham for QNIC Accreditation Status +

    Congratulations to Collingham Child and Family Centre who have gained QNIC Accreditation Status http://www.qnic.org.uk/ and been acreddited as excellent!.

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  • Our staff visit Iceland +

    suitThree of our staff spent a week in Iceland working with our partner school on the "Travelling Suitcase Project" as part of our Big Green Footsteps Project. More details here.

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  • A Royal Visit +

    hrh5 thumbWe were delighted to receive a royal visit from their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall when they came to open the Chelsea Children’s Hospital at Chelsea & Westminster Hospital.

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Students' Work

  • Music project with Wigmore Hall +

    Our students worked for 5 weeks with Wigmore Hall Learning's resident music ensemble Ignite and Philip Wells the Fire Poet to create these wonderful compositions. The project culminated in a CD recording and a performance as part of our Easter Celebrations.Check out their compositions!

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  • Blues and Greens make music with Wigmore Hall +

    Students from the Blue and Green groups worked for 5 weeks with Wigmore Hall Learning's resident music ensemble Ignite and Philip Wells the Fire Poet to create these wonderful compositions. The project culminated in a CD recording and a performance as part of our Easter Celebrations.Check out their compositions!

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  • How was Hitler able to convince the public to follow him? +

    During the lesson the class looked at how Hitler influenced children in Germany to follow him. We looked at the ways he used education to manipulate children’s thoughts. Students were then set the task of writing a diary entry from the point of view of a German student in one of Hitler’s schools.
    This is the work of Tomas, a year 8 student.. Read More

  • The Sand Lizard +

    sandlizard1SMLJason, age 10 felt very strongly that the sand lizard was the most endangered creature in the UK. He has written some text and made a model of a sand lizard using papier-mâché to inform us that these creatures must be protected.

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  • Summertime by Shelby +

    Shelby learnt to read and play guitar tab. She then played and recording the bass line to Summertime on guitar. Then she recorded herself singing along to her recording. Check it out!

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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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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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