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  • Coronavirus Update

    Published 21/04/20

    Following the government announcement and due to restrictions in space and need to mitigate risk to all we are largely moving to remote learning across all sites from Wed January 6th.

    Personal tutors will then be reviewing provision for individual pupils (including our most vulnerable) this week 

    Although the school sites will mainly be closed, lessons will continue as scheduled and can be accessed via the Google Classroom. Our initial experience of the first lockdown in March prompted the school to invest time and expertise into this technology, which means lessons will be live streamed through videos, online resources and assignments set using this platform. This applies to all lessons including both Collective and Tutorial Times, run by personal tutors, which in the first week will be focusing on Sixth Form and College applications and preparation for mock examinations, beginning in two weeks. For those pupils expecting to take examinations this summer, it is worth bearing in mind that there is a strong possibility that performance during these mock exams could well be used as evidence to make predicted grades from which actual GCSE grades will be generated. It is therefore recommended these mock examinations are taken very seriously. Teachers will be providing learning lists of content so revision is restricted to work that has been covered in the Autumn Term.

    All pupils are familiar with using the Google Classroom as it was extensively used throughout by a number of teachers, and will now be used by all. The timetable for all lessons can be accessed through the Google Calendar after logging in using the same pupil email and passwords issued last term. Assignments will be issued using the classroom stream and assignments will be issued and returned using the assignment feature with regular feedback for all work that is issued. Some of the assignments set will be regular worksheets attached to the stream, but some will be linked to specific assignments set through an additional platform linked to the stream called Seneca Learning. This will be used for both assessment and learning.

    In terms of attendance, all pupils are expected to participate as normal and calls and registers will continue on a daily basis

    The Royal Free Hospital children's wards remain closed and we have limited access to our main office. Please use admin@royalfree.camden.sch.uk to contact the school. Calls to the main school number are now being redirected and as a result we may take a little longer to respond than usual. 

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  • Top of the class!

    Published 02/12/19

    Top of the class! OFSTED say hospital school provides an “exceptional” education for its pupils

    29 November 2019

    The Royal Free Hospital Children’s School (RFHCS) has received a faultless inspection from Ofsted - taking it from a ‘good’ to ‘outstanding’ rating.

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  • OFSTED Outstanding

    Published 14/11/19

    RFHCS has been judged to be outstanding following our Section 5 inspection under the new OFSTED framework on Oct 9th and 10th 2019. This is a fantastic achievement and we are very proud of all pupils, staff, governors and all our colleagues in the NHS. Final report is attached below.   

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  • Eating Disorders Conference

    Published 12/11/19

    Nearly 100 delegates - professionals from schools and local authorities across 5 North London boroughs and beyond - attended a really positive morning learning about approaches to managing eating disorders in schools. The conference was led by the Royal Free CAMHS Eating Disorders Service in conjunction with RFHCS and Camden Learning. Delegates had talks and workshops on a range of topics including managing helahty eating messages in schools and approaches to managing meal support. Resources from the event will be available in the schools section of our website shortly.

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  • Eating Disorders Conference 12 11 19

    Published 19/07/19
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  • Inspirational Educator Award

    Published 02/04/19

    Really pleased to announce that Steve Green, Deputy Headteacher, received his 'Inspirational Educator in the education of children with medical needs' Award from the Worshipful Company of Educators at Painters Hall in Central London on Friday night (29th March).

     

     

     

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  • Artsmark Gold Article

    Published 26/02/19

    A lovely blog entry from our Creative Arts lead Siobhan on our journey to Artsmark Gold...

    Read it here

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  • Teach Secondary Article

    Published 10/01/19

    A lovely article in 'Teach Secondary' magazine from one of our former Day School pupils about their experiences at an Outward Bound centre during our summer activity week and how it helped her to manage her anxiety.

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  • Artsmark Gold Award

    Published 11/12/18

    Arts Council England celebrates school's ongoing commitment to arts and cultural education at a leadership level, and the opportunities established across the whole school setting.Our statement of Commitment and Case Study have been reviewed by our assessment panel and we are delighted that Royal Free Hospital Children's School has been awarded an Artsmark Gold Award. Congratulations to Siobhan our creative arts leader and the whole team.

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  • Helpforce Winners!

    Published 09/11/18

    The Royal Free Hospital Children's School have won in the category ‘Partnership Working in Volunteering.' at the 2018 Helpforce Champions Awards. 

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  • Pears Building Time Capsule

    Published 19/10/18

    Annabelle and Toby joined the 'bottoming out' ceremony for the new Pears Research Building having filled a time capsule to be buried before work begins.

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