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Welcome

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    Principal's Welcome
    Welcome to our school website which gives details of the services and activities we provide fifty weeks a year.
    Janette Steel, Principal

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    About Us
    We provide education for children and young people at six hospitals in London, England. We also provide school places for a number of students who cannot access mainstream school due to their medical conditions.

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    Curriculum
    As well as a broad academic curriculum we also offer an enriched arts curriculum of art, music, poetry and writing.

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    Meet Our Team
    Visit our staff page and meet the wide range of enthusiastic professionals we have working across the school sites.

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Your Feedback

  • 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
  • Thank you hugely to everyone for your professionalism, kindness, calmness and huge support +

    My son was in Jupiter Ward at C&W with pancreatitis during his first GCSE’s. Firstly Rachael came over and was so reassuring, telling him not to worry. He took Spanish listening and reading. GCSE in hospital and got an A*! Thank you hugely to everyone for your professionalism, kindness, calmness and huge support. He went on to get 3 A*s, 6As and one C! Read More
  • It was excellent for my daughter. +

    "It was excellent for my daughter." Read More
  • The school is fantastic +

    "The school is fantastic, it helped us sort out home schooling and we are coming on so well with it. Thank you so much!" Read More
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    "Fantastic! F. really loves going to the school at hospital and the teachers are great." Read More
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News

  • Thank you RBKC Mayor Marie-Therese Rossi

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    Many thanks to RBKC Mayor Marie-Therese Rossi for inviting staff, volunteers and friends to a delightful evening at the Mayor's parlour. We have been the Mayor's charity of the year and a huge thank-you goes for all the support this has brought to the school.

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  • Easter Celebration

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    Students and staff came together for an Easter celebration in the Chapel of St Stephen at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. Students shared their work: poetry, writing and singing. Happy Easter from all of us!

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  • Thank-you to the Chelsea Rotary Club

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    A huge thank-you to the Chelsea Rotary Club for their donation of £300 to our school.

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  • Vacancies for Maths, Science and English teachers

    Chelsea Community Hospital School is expanding and developing. We are therefore looking for 3 Key Stage 3 & 4 teachers and 2 Key Stage 1 & 2 teachers. A chance to work in a challenging and unpredictable environment.

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  • Fourth Plinth Schools Award

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    Every year there is a competition for London Schools to create artwork inspired by the commissions for the Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square. This year our students have once again done us proud and produced some exciting designs and models. We wish them the best of luck in the competition and an enormous well done for all of their hard work!

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Students' work

  • Origami Puppets

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    Students made these wonderful origami puppets during the Easter holiday programme.

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  • Postman's Park trip

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    Students visited Postman’s Park to engage in an interactive talk given by renowned social and cultural historian Dr. John Price at the Watts Memorial. The students learned the story of how George Frederic Watts created the Memorial to Heroic Self Sacrifice.

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  • Students singing and playing piano

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    Students recorded themselves singing and playing piano

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  • Rubik

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    Felix wanted to dress up as a Rubik’s cube on World Book day. Because Rubik did not feature in a book he decided to create his own story.

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  • Shaman from Transformice

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    Itai dressed up as Shaman from Transformice on World Book day. Because the character does not feature in a book he decided to create his own story.

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Well at School

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Well at School gives Information and advice to schools on supporting children with a medical or mental health condition
www.wellatschool.org

Writers' Ink

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Celebrating children’s writing across our school.

A Year in the Life

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A year in the life of our hospital school.

Bully Free

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A participatory arts project generating awareness of bullying.

Your comments

Intranet

Our school is split across 4 hospital sites which has made communication and sharing of resources difficult. In 2006 we realised our dream of a single ICT network extending over all the sites, allowing us to begin the creation of a school wide Intranet.

Videoconferencing

An increasing number of our patients are being nursed in isolation on the wards, and so are unable to attend lessons at the hospital school classrooms. We are in the process of installing a video conferencing solution enabling those children to link to the hospital school classroom by video conferencing, enabling them to easily access the teacher and to join in with lessons.

Our school has been involved in a number of international projects working with people engaged in hospital education.

HOPE projects

HOPE www.connect-to-hope.org is an organisation which links Hospital Teachers throuhout Europe and beyond.

Staff from our school have attended workshops and conferences in France and Spain and, in 2006, together with teachers from London Hospital schools we co-hosted a conference called "Every Child Matters" held at the Institute of Child Health in London.

COMENIUS project

COMENIUS www.britishcouncil.org/socrates-comenius.htm enables pupils and staff from across Europe to work together on joint projects.

Our current project called "Friendship Without Borders" focuses on the making of "Welcome to our school" multimedia resources with schools from Norway, Lithuania and Holland.

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