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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

  • Found the staff very helpful +

    "Found the staff very helpful and quickly adapted and helped with the requirements of education. A good variety of learning in the short time of attending the school." Read More
  • It was excellent for my daughter. +

    "It was excellent for my daughter." Read More
  • School is brilliant, so helpful and supportive +

    "School is brilliant, so helpful and supportive. Thanks a million!" Read More
  • School at hospital was a success for my daughter +

    "School at hospital was a success for my daughter. She loved it. More emphasis on school work during term time would be good but understand why not so easy to achieve. Thank you." 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
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Students' work

  • Meet Geko Man!

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    Geko Man is Teddy’s (age 5) amazing life size superhero! Geko Man can throw fireballs and waterballs. He can use the springs on his feet to jump to your rescue. He can scale a building lightning fast using the suction cups on his hands and feet. Should you ever need a hero Geko Man is the superhero for you!

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  • Two Poems

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    Elle-Neve wrote these two poems. The first is about her contact with the people in NHS written in preparation for the 70th anniversary of the NHS. The second is about noise and how it feels.

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  • Compositions inspired by the Proms

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    Students at St Marys worked with musicians Dan and Tim from Wigmore Learnhing to create compositions inspired by the Proms. They combined cutouts with graphic scores.

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  • Mixcraft Compositions

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    Students at Chelsea and Westmisnter have been using Mixcraft software to make their own music compositions. Have a listen!

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  • Seaside Music

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    Students at Brompton Hospital made compositions inspired by the seaside with musicans from Wigmore Hall Learning.

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Well at School

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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

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A lovely poem by Daniel inspired by an Otto Dix painting ‘German Soldiers

 

 

There has been 2 days of silence

The boredom is exhausting

My fellow servicemen and I are waiting for something to happen

When the gas bomb hits

We were waiting for it to end, but it didn’t

 

We were rushing to grasp our gas masks

We were looking into a void

The gas was wrapping itself around our lungs, tightening at every second

It was like a burglar breaking through every piece of clothing we had

It was burning every part of skin it could reach

We were waiting for it to end, but it didn’t

 

I lunged for my gas mask and pressed it as hard as I could to my face

As I put my mask on I realised what was happening around me

Most of the soldiers dead, the others were slightly injured

These soldiers were strong pals of mine so I did everything I could to help them

I tightened the gas masks around my friend’s heads

We were waiting for it to end, but it didn’t

 

I peered over the top of the trench

I see a swarm of Germen soldiers sprinting towards the place they just bombed

There were no soldiers that were ready for what was going to happen

The amount of our soldiers did not balance theirs

They arrived ready for this attack

We were waiting for it to end, and it did in terrible way

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#2 Janette Steel 2016-02-02 10:04
This poem took my breath away, how amazingly empathetic and creative to describe such an event and make the reader feel they were there, a truly thoughtful and moving poem
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#1 Laura 2016-02-02 08:09
This is a very powerful poem - you have used imagery really well to get the situation across to the reader. Well done.
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