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RNSH school celebrates 100 years

The Royal North Shore Hospital School has celebrated 100 years at the campus.

Being one of the first hospital schools to open in 1923, the school has a decorated history of helping patients at the hospital receive an education.

The relieving school principal Siobhan King said the school continues to provide continuity of education for all students in kindergarten to year 12 who are patients at the hospital.

“The paediatric ward’s recreation room is set up as a group learning space when required and the school is currently situated in the Clinical Services Building,” she said.

There is also a school space just outside the ward which is equipped with a range of resources to support student learning and wellbeing
relieving school principal Siobhan King

The school supports the child and adolescent ward and any enrolled school-aged patients admitted to adult wards.

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