Royal Free Hospital Children's School
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Primary & Secondary
Special school
5 - 16
Community special school

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Floor 6 - 6 West B
Pond Street
020 74726298

School Description

Pupils are settled, safe and happy. Leaders reassure pupils who are admitted to the ward that they can continue learning and keep up with school work. Teachers help pupils learn at their bedside or in the classroom. Pupils complete an ‘all about me’ booklet so that all adults at the school understand the pupil’s personality, interests and goals for the future. For older pupils, leaders immediately find out about their examination subjects. They make sure that pupils, parents and carers, and the pupils’ mainstream school know exactly what special examination arrangements are available. Parents and pupils really appreciate this. It has a positive impact on pupils’ attitude to their condition and treatment as well as their learning. Pupils’ behaviour is excellent. They are kind and supportive of each other because adults show them how. Pupils are confident that there is no bullying, or, if there were, that adults would deal with it. Teachers make sure that the work is suitable for individual pupils. Adults help and support pupils to succeed. Pupils work independently, in pairs and in groups. Adults make sure that pupils challenge themselves in new and sometimes unfamiliar situations.

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