Our school profile will tell you:
- How much progress do pupils make?
- What have pupils told us about the school, and what have we done as a result?
- How do we make sure our pupils are safe and well-supported?
- What activities and options are available to pupils?
- What do our pupils do after leaving this school?
- What have been our successes this year?
The Royal Free Hospital Children’s School has achieved National Healthy School Status.
The National Healthy Schools Programme is an exciting long-term initiative which is making a significant difference to the health and achievement of children and young people. The National Healthy Schools Programme supports the links between health, behaviour and achievement; it is about creating healthy and happy children and young people, who do better in learning and in life.
Our last OFSTED report judged the Royal Free Hospital School to be a good school. The report said:
‘The RFHCS is a good school. It is well led and managed… Strong leadership underpins the school's effectiveness. The headteacher is innovative and members of the governing body offer invaluable support and guidance to the school.