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Christ's Hospital School

Christ's Hospital
Horsham
West Sussex
RH13 0LJ

T: +44 (0)1403 247433

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ISC ID: 28322


Head

Mr Simon Reid (Head Teacher)

Boys - age range:

Day: 11 to 18

Boarding: 11 to 18

Girls - age range:

Day: 11 to 18

Boarding: 11 to 18

Size

874 pupils

Christ's Hospital School case studies (36)

Community Action Programme

Partners

  • Christ's Hospital School
  • Heron Way Primary School, Horsham
  • Community work/fundraising
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Community Action Programme

Partners

  • Christ's Hospital School
  • Leechpool Primary School, Horsham
  • Community work/fundraising
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Community Action Programme

Partners

  • Christ's Hospital School
  • Northolmes Junior School, Horsham, Horsham
  • Community work/fundraising
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Community Action Programme

Partners

  • Christ's Hospital School
  • Shelley Primary School, Broadbridge Heath, Horsham
  • Community work/fundraising
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Community Action Programme

Partners

  • Christ's Hospital School
  • St John's Catholic Primary School, Horsham
  • Community work/fundraising
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Community Action Programme

Partners

  • Christ's Hospital School
  • Warnham CofE Primary School, Warnham, Horsham
  • Community work/fundraising
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Community Action Programme

Partners

  • Christ's Hospital School
  • William Penn School, Coolham, Horsham
  • Community work/fundraising
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Community Action Programme

Partners

  • Christ's Hospital School
  • Castlewood Primary School, Southwater, Horsham
  • Community work/fundraising
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Community Action Programme

Partners

  • Christ's Hospital School
  • Southwater Infant Academy, Southwater, Horsham
  • Community work/fundraising
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Community Action Programme

Partners

  • Christ's Hospital School
  • Moulsecoomb Primary School, Moulsecoomb, Brighton
  • Community work/fundraising
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Community Action Programme

Partners

  • Christ's Hospital School
  • The Weald CofE Primary School, Beare Green, Dorking
  • Community work/fundraising
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Impact of partnership work done in 2019 (ISC annual Census 2020)

  • 122 state schools involved
  • 500+ state school pupils involved
  • 475 staff hours given

*Please note, data shown here is from the 2020 Census for partnerships in 2019, rather than from the 2021 Census. This is due to the impact of COVID-19 on full year collection for 2021. The coronavirus pandemic has forced many schools to put some partnership projects on hold until restrictions are eased.

Impact Statement

We were delighted to welcome over 1800 primary school pupils to Christ’s Hospital for enrichment events during the last 12 months. They enjoyed a diverse range of events and activities which included a Year 5 Solving Crime With Science Day for 60 Year 5 primary school pupils and their teachers, a Year 5 Maths Challenge for 150 local primary school pupils, a Year 5 Maths Challenge held in London for 150 London primary school pupils, a Year 4 Maths Challenge for 150 local primary school pupils, a Year 5 History Mystery Day, 200 Year 5 local primary school pupils for an interactive presentation all about Scott's Antarctic Odyssey, two Year 5 Cricket workshops plus a Rugby Festival. Two poster project days in our Art Department and a Poetry in Translation for workshop. Our annual Choral Day is a firm favourite for the primary schools and involves over 150 visiting primary school pupils. We also gave free tickets to local schools so their pupils could attend our two drama productions.

Testimonials:

Bugsy Malone – June 2018

Many thanks and congratulations to you, your colleagues and the Christ Hospital pupils for putting on such a fabulous show on Friday. We all thoroughly enjoyed it and you have given the children great inspiration and confidence for when they perform their own production later this term.
Thanks again
Susie – Balcombe Primary School


Solving Crime with Science – June 2018

Thank you very much for inviting and hosting us on Monday. It really was a wonderful day. The children were so enthused by the investigation and excited about using all the equipment that you had available. It would be lovely if you could pass on my gratitude to the teachers/organisers of the event who worked so hard and gave up their precious time to hold such a lovely event for us.
Helen Walker – Eastbrook Primary

Find more information about this school's scholarships and bursaries here.

  • Academic scholarships
  • All Rounder awards
  • Drama scholarships
  • Sibling discounts
  • Bursaries for new entrants
  • Hardship awards for existing pupils

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