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Xmas raffle tickets!


Our fabulous volunteers, Anne, Crystal and Su, will be selling Xmas raffle tickets at their Brompton Hospital foyer stall every Thursday until the big draw on 14th Dec. There are some truly wonderful prizes so make sure you get your tickets!

Christmas Carol Service

The Mayor of Kensington and Chelsea, Councillor Marie-Therese Rossi invites you to her Christmas Carol Service on Tuesday 12th December, in aid of her Mayoral Charity, The Chelsea Community Hospital School.

Have you got payroll experience?

We are looking for someone to work one day a week managing our payroll queries. Pay according to experience. Please contact Karen This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


You could be a school governor

We are currently looking to recruit new members to our school governing body. If you are interested in this exciting opportunity please contact Karen This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. More details here.

Charlotte's Uganda placement

In the summer holidays Charlotte, one of our primary school teachers went to Uganda on a sponsored placement through BlueSky Education and charity CRANE and their partner VIVA. VIVA provides education for marginalised girls in Kampala, Uganda.

Our colleague from Vienna's experience of job-shadowing


From 15th to 16th June 2017 I had the chance to do a short job-shadowing at Chelsea Community Hospital School.

As a hospital school teacher in Vienna and programme manager of the 10th HOPE (Hospital School Organization of Pedagogues in Europe) Congress in Vienna in May 2016, I’ve dreamed of visiting my British colleagues and participating in their lessons and meetings. Thanks to the open-mindedness of both the teachers and the students I had the chance to enjoy the welcoming atmosphere at two of their hospital school sites.

Read all about my visit:

Thank you Olivia!

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All of us at Chelsea Community Hospital School would like to thank Olivia for her kind and generous donation. Olivia decided for her birthday this year that rather than receive presents she would prefer donations to be made to the Hospital School. We were all so impressed by such a selfless act and aim for the money to be used to produce a book of children's writing from across the school. Thank you again Olivia!

Thank You!


A huge thank you to every one of you who supported our first ‘SuperHero FunRun’. Firstly to all our generous sponsors – your donations will make a big difference to the lives of children in hospital. Thank you to our wonderful team of runners which included students, teachers, nurses, friends and family. A special mention goes to Haile who raised £242, Robin who raised £410, Nigel from Purple Mash who raised over £200 and all our students who together raised £880! We will post the total once we've added it all up. Have a look at the photos below, and if you wish you can still sponsor our students here.

CCHS Superhero Fun Run

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Join us on Sunday 14th May for the CCHS Superhero Fun Run!

Pull on your cape and join thousands of other superheroes at London’s Regent’s Park this May.

Whether you choose to walk, jog or run, Chelsea Community Hospital School really does need heroes, like yourself, to take part in the CCHS Superhero Run.

Thank you Waitrose


A huge thank you to Waitrose, Edgeware Road, for their continued, generous support which enables our school to remain open for children in hospital during the school holidays. Su Browne attended an afternoon for charities funded by Waitrose’s green tokens initiative.

Thank you Tesco

A huge thank you to Tesco for their generous support which enables our school to remain open for children in hospital during the school holidays. Janette Steel was presented with a cheque for £1,500.

Trip to Hamleys

IMG 2143smallOn Thursday 26th January, two children from RBH had a very exciting trip to Hamleys in London. The children were amazed by all seven floors of toys and had great fun having a go at being Hamleys toy testers!

Volunteers wanted

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We are looking for volunteers to help in our school. If you have a few hours to spare on a Tuesday and/or Wednesday and would be confident working with secondary age students please contact Karen on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Thank you.

Janette's Newsletter

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Hope is the last item that flies out of Pandora’s Box.
A rainbow is the symbol of hope and you cannot see a double rainbow without looking up and smiling.
This was the anniversary of the past - now we have hope for the future...

We say farewell to Marie

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.

More Articles ...

  1. Growing courgettes in our community garden
  2. Martin receives Long Service Award
  3. Rachael's Summer Reads
  4. A huge thank-you to our charity volunteers
  5. Open Day- thanks to our students!
  6. Blake's Mosaics
  7. Congratulations to our Cass Art Prizewinners!
  8. Charity Cake Sale 28th June
  9. 10th International HOPE Congress in Vienna
  10. Happy Birthday Janette!
  11. Writers' Ink
  12. Chelsea Gardening Club
  13. Easter Celebrations
  14. World Book Day 2016
  15. Big congratulations to our maths teacher Paul!
  16. Constellations Exhibition Opening
  17. Constellations - Music & Art inspired by Brompton Cemetery
  18. Thank you volunteers!
  19. Christingle at Chelsea and Westminster
  20. We celebrate our students' GCSE achievements
  21. Our new minibus has arrived!
  22. Many thanks to Ann, Fan, Melissa and Victoria on the cake stall!
  23. Jack and Kaylem feed the fish
  24. World Smile Day
  25. Autumn Well at School Newsletter
  26. Message from Gemma
  27. Congratulations Shaun!
  28. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
  29. Olympic Velodrome visit
  30. Schools Art Exhibition
  31. Musical Time Machines
  32. Congratulations to Eddie our volunteer
  33. Big Green Footsteps final conference
  34. Learning in Hospital – From Chelsea to Cambridge
  35. Students ride at the Velodrome
  36. Students Grace & Frank receive awards
  37. Music with Wigmore Hall
  38. The lights-off event
  39. Brian Speirs receives Mayor's Award
  40. Art & Music in Partnership
  41. Virtual Tour of Collingham
  42. Finding the 'teachable' part of every child
  43. Charity Cake Sale
  44. World Book Day
  45. Art reach focus on: hospital schools
  46. Arts Award Week 2015
  47. HOPE News
  48. Christmas Activities
  49. Season's Greeting from all of us at CCHS
  50. A HUGE thank you to our fabulous volunteers!
  51. Together for education - HOPE Congress in Bucharest
  52. The Hoosiers perform for our students!
  53. Amazing Amy's Mudder Triumph!
  54. Goodbye Hadisa!
  55. Bully Free
  56. Budoor's poppy fundraiser
  57. Thanks for helping with our minibus!
  58. Ofsted report finds our school 'Outstanding'.
  59. 25th Celebrations
  60. 25th celebrations aboard the Solarshuttle
  61. Jennifer receives Pixl Special Award
  62. Hadisa at 'Guardians of the Galaxy’ Premier
  63. Congratulations to our students!
  64. Congratulations Shaun!
  65. Arts Award Week
  66. Leighton House schools art exhibition
  67. Many thanks to Harrods security team!
  68. Charity Ballet Screening
  69. The Rotary Club of Chelsea organise a Swiss music concert for the Hospital School
  70. The Rotary Clubs of Chelsea 'Spring into Summer' Concert in support of CCHS
  71. Congratulations to Collingham for QNIC Accreditation Status
  72. A Festival of Words
  73. Our staff visit Iceland
  74. A Royal Visit
  75. Cake Sale!
  76. We need your memories!
  78. Thank You to Paddington Rotary Club
  79. Hospital School SPINATHON
  80. The Digital Age
  81. Christmas Special Radio Show
  82. PiXL - The moral principle knows no boundaries
  83. Wigmore Hall Music Project
  84. Thank You to The Rotary Club of Chelsea
  85. FCCHS Newsletter 2013
  86. Big Green Footsteps
  87. Thank You Cineworld Fulham Road
  88. Dirt Biker Chris Visits Our School
  89. Article in RBKC Press
  90. Thank you to the Motcomb Street Traders Association
  91. Congratulations to Helen Damon
  92. Harrods Garden Volunteer Day
  93. Green Tokens for FCCHS
  94. Our students and staff raise £650.90!
  95. Kensington & Chelsea Foundation
  96. Grand Opening of St Mary's Schoolroom
  97. Article about CCHS in Chelsea & Westminster trustnews
  98. Leighton House Schools Art Prize-Giving
  99. Thank you to Project Linus
  100. Please vote for us as a good cause!
  101. We have achieved a GOLD status in our Arts Mark!
  102. Easter Celebrations
  103. Thank You Joe, Hayley, Scarlett & Lacey
  104. World Book Day
  105. Valentines night Zeus 'Sweet Art' benefit
  106. Nour Festival Film
  108. Carol Singing at Sainsburys
  109. International School Award
  110. The Kensington & Chelsea Foundation
  111. Crossing Borders - A Festival of Plates
  112. Plates at Leighton House
  113. Make us Smile!
  114. 8th HOPE Congress
  115. The Olympic Games by Leo
  116. The Olympic Games by Asha
  117. Our School in the Spotlight
  118. SCHOOL NEWS September, 2012
  119. First aid - child CPR
  120. Parents evening at Chelsea and Westminster
  121. Schools Summer Art Exhibition
  122. Visit to partner school in Gaza
  123. Book Launch
  124. Grand Opening of the new Schoolroom on Rose ward
  125. Thank you letters to Whole Foods
  126. Phoebe's Amazing 5km run for CCHS
  127. Headteacher Janette Steel awarded OBE
  128. Links with UN project
  129. Talking with Gaza
  130. Leo wins Courageous Citizen award
  131. A Huge Thank You!
  132. School News - November 2011
  133. Talking with Gaza
  134. Movember
  135. Grand Opening of the New Schoolroom
  136. School News August 2011
  137. Marvellous Medicine Ball
  138. Music with Ignite (Wigmore Hall)
  139. Happy Easter!
  140. The Marvellous Medicine Ball
  141. Speeches at www.wellatschool.org launch
  142. Launch of Well at School website by Baroness Mary Warnock
  143. School News March 2011
  144. Staff training day
  145. School staff choir
  146. FCCHS AGM
  147. Celebrity / Sponsor needed!
  148. International Award for our school
  149. Opening of New Hospital School
  150. Come to our opening
  151. Headteacher's News - Summer 2010
  152. Work in progress on our new school at CW
  153. Young people's engagement forum
  154. Our new school at CW
  155. Quality in Study Support (QiSS) Recognition
  156. Cystic Fibrosis Meeting the long term educational needs
  157. Marks & Spencer Easter Egg Donation
  158. OFSTED Inspection
  159. Accessibility Toolbar
  160. We've changed our name
  161. Thank You!
  162. Christingle Celebrations
  163. Your World Our World
  164. School artwork featured in 'Royal Borough' newspaper
  165. Providing Inpatient Schooling on a Segregated Ward
  166. HOPE calling
  167. Our pupils win 1st prize in RBKC schools art exhibition
  168. Farewell Chicks!
  169. Rose Ward News
  170. Melissa ran a half marathon!
  171. School Vouchers
  172. Heart and Design
  173. Charity Fundraising gig
  174. INVIGILATORS needed
  175. Poetry Fundraising Event
  176. We did it!
  177. Cystic Fibrosis Trust fundraising gig
  178. Schools Involvement Officer
  179. School News Winter 2007
  180. New Articles
  181. 100 Club Initiative
  182. Healing Art
  183. Congratulations to WCIT on their 10th anniversary
  184. Hospital School Teacher Wins Poetry Prize

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