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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

  • Hadisa at 'Guardians of the Galaxy’ Premier

    Hadisa1smlOne of our students, Hadisa, went on a very exciting evening out to the ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Premiere at half term. She has spent the summer since making a beautiful book out of marbled paper, writing about her experience and the film; ‘This was the first time I went to the cinema, it was the ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Premiere in 3D. Premiere means ‘first’ in French, so this means it was the first showing of the film. Nobody had seen it before so it was very special!’

     

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  • Holiday programme

    olivias painting thumbThe summer holidays are here but our school stays open. Our fabulous team of learning assistants, artists and musicians offer children in hospital a range of arts, music and ICT based activities.
    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. Read More

  • Congratulations to our students!

    congrats2Congratulations to our students who have gained Arts Award qualifications: Jane,  Kareem, Saed, Yasmine, Oscar, Samson, Denys, Joel, Danny,  Hannah,  Maria, Caitlin,  Isabel,  Amy, Jackie,  Kate, Jennifer, Ekaterina, Hadisa and Chloe.

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YOUR COMMENTS

  • Save The World
    Charlotte
    Hi Alfie, We are in the classroom at CW and we think your poster is great! One boy here, Adnan, says ...
     
  • Do-Re-Mi by Norah
    Norah
    i like school and teachers. they are so kind and helpful. i love you all :)
     
  • Congratulations Shaun!
    helen williams
    brilliant news well done Shaun.

STUDENTS' WORK

  • Be Grateful - Don't be Wasteful & Drip Drop


    save water thumbYara and Adnan
     in the primary classroom at CW has been doing great work in their Geography lessons all about water.
    Look at their fantastic posters!

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  • Save The World

    save the world smallAlfie in the primary classroom at CW has been doing some fantastic work in his Geography lessons all about water.
    Read his comments and look at his fantastic poster!

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  • Do-Re-Mi by Norah

    Norah has been enjoying playing melodies on the chime bars. Listen to her playing Do-Re-Mi (from "The Sound of Music")

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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 Frederic
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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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    CCHS22 £10 to 70070
    THANK YOU!

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