Royal Free Hospital Children's School is a All-through, Co-Ed school located in Greater London, London.
It has 78 students from age 5-16 yr.
This school rated Outstanding by recent Ofsted inspection.
CurrentRoyal Free Hospital Children's School
Camden NW3 2QG
Camden NW8 6HX
Camden WC1N 3JH
|Phase of Education|
|Special Schools||Special Schools||Special Schools|
|Student teacher ratio|
|Grade 5 or above GCSE|
|Grade 5 or above A Level|
Camden start accepting application for admissions. Parents can start applying for a school online at https://www.eadmissions.org.uk/
The closing date for applications. Camden will class any application or change you make after this date as late.
Emails to Camden residents who applied online will be sent.
Letters to Camden residents who applied using a paper application form will be sent.
|Autumn Half Term Holidays||29th May 2023 To 2nd Jun 2023|
|Winter Holidays||24th Oct 2022 To 28th Oct 2022|
|Winter Holidays||24th Jul 2023 To 1st Sep 2023|
|Spring Holidays||19th Dec 2022 To 2nd Jan 2023|
|Summer Half Term Holidays||13th Feb 2023 To 17th Feb 2023|
|Summer Holidays||3rd Apr 2023 To 14th Apr 2023|
|Autumn Term||1st Sep 2022 To 23rd Oct 2022|
|Autumn Term-2||29th Oct 2022 To 18th Dec 2022|
|Spring Term||3rd Jan 2023 To 12th Feb 2023|
|Spring Term-2||18th Feb 2023 To 2nd Apr 2023|
|Summer Term||15th Apr 2023 To 28th May 2023|
|Summer Term-2||3rd Jun 2023 To 23rd Jul 2023|
The school has strong partnerships within the hospital and with external partners to keep pupils safe.
Teachers help pupils learn at their bedside or in the classroom and make sure the work is suitable for individual pupils.
Pupils experience a wide range of positive personal development opportunities, such as visiting and working with artists and galleries across north London.
The headteacher and senior leaders have developed a national reputation in hospital schooling.
Pupils who have considerable gaps in their education are well supported to study successfully for a range of GCSEs and other qualifications.
The headteacher and senior staff are ambitious for pupils to return to mainstream education and encourage all staff to show leadership and take responsibility.
The school has developed a national reputation for supporting pupils with type 1 diabetes as a resource.
Leaders make sure that pupils, parents and carers, and the pupils’ mainstream school know exactly what special examination arrangements are available.
Pupils take part in a wide range of trips and residential experiences.
Parents say that their children's academic progress, self-esteem and confidence have grown a lot since coming to the school.