Hospital School SA

A Department for Education and SA Health Network Partnership

Hospital School SA

A Department for Education and SA Health Network Partnership

Hospital School SA

A Department for Education and SA Health Network Partnership

Hospital School SA

A Department for Education and SA Health Network Partnership

Hospital School SA

A Department for Education and SA Health Network Partnership

Hospital School SA

A Department for Education and SA Health Network Partnership

Hospital School SA

A Department for Education and SA Health Network Partnership

Hospital School SA

A Department for Education and SA Health Network Partnership

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Education for children with acute and chronic health and mental health needs at WCH, FMC & LMH

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3 weeks ago
Hospital School SA

Today some of the students from our Hospital School SA - Ronald McDonald House Adelaide group went with Keerin, Noriko and Ruby to the Adelaide Zoo. They had a fantastic day seeing all the animals with some students going to the zoo for the first time. ... See MoreSee Less

Today some of the students from our Hospital School SA - Ronald McDonald House Adelaide group went with Keerin, Noriko and Ruby to the Adelaide Zoo. They had a fantastic day seeing all the animals with some students going to the zoo for the first time.Image attachmentImage attachment+6Image attachment

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Thank you, Ky had a fantastic day. L xxx

I miss those little faces

Lucky children πŸ¦’πŸ…πŸ¦

3 weeks ago
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Hospital School SA and The Lyell McEwin Paediatric Ward received a surprise delivery from SA ROCKS. Some rocks with fantastic artwork and little messages are now out and about for our young people to find! ... See MoreSee Less

Hospital School SA and The Lyell McEwin Paediatric Ward received a surprise delivery from SA ROCKS. Some rocks with fantastic artwork and little messages are now out and about for our young people to find!Image attachmentImage attachment+4Image attachment

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Love this πŸ’›

LOVE IT 😍

So cute

ABC Adelaide

4 weeks ago
Hospital School SA

Today we were fortunate to have Blair Boyer, Minister for Education come and spend some time at Hospital School’s Women’s and Children’s Campus. It was great to be able to showcase the work we do in this space. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago
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πŸ’™πŸ’šπŸ’œOn #WorldTeachersDay we’re celebrating Jack, Bec and all of our Hospital School SA (HSSA) teachers for helping patients and siblings continue their learning during hospital stays! Jack and Bec form part of a specialised team that provide children and young people with tailored learning programs that are in-class, online, or on the wards – ensuring our scholars of all ages and circumstances keep thriving with their studies πŸ“–πŸ“š

Our HSSA crew bring plenty of passion and energy to the Women’s and Children’s Hospital and work with other schools to make sure hospital visits don’t get in the way of their existing curriculum.

Jack says his favourite part about his role is having the opportunity to help a student and their family through arguably the toughest time in their lives.

He says, β€œMy goal as a HSSA teacher is to help the students and their family in any way I can, whether that be through education or wellbeing. I want to try and take some of the stress away for my students by providing them with the opportunity for continued learning.”

And Bec loves being able to help her students become the best they can be.

β€œMy favourite part is being able to inspire my students to want to learn and watching them grow into unique, capable and determined individuals that shape our future society,” she says.

Aren’t we lucky to have such fantastic people dedicated to the young ones in our care? πŸ’™

Thank you to π‘Žπ‘™π‘™ of the teachers out there for the positive impact you have on our future generations πŸ‘
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As much as Soph hides most of the time under the covers when you entered her room Jack, I know she has loved having you as her hospital teacher… especially when you let her off tasks, type her work up and play games 🀣 Hospital school plays a huge part in sick kids lives when they can’t be at their own school, so thanks everyone!

1 month ago
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Today is World Teachers' Day - a big shout out to all the teaching staff at Hospital School SA and also a big shout out to all the teachers who have worked at HSSA over the history of our school. ... See MoreSee Less

Today is World Teachers Day - a big shout out to all the teaching staff at Hospital School SA and also a big shout out to all the teachers who have worked at HSSA over the history of our school.

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The best teachers with the biggest hearts. Thanks for all you do!!!

Well done, you are amazing 😊

Thank you so much for what you do πŸ’—

Well done everyone! ❀️

Happy Teachers Day Melissa Millie Grant πŸ₯°

Fabulous

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1 month ago
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It was TURTLE POWER today across Hospital School SA with staff taking on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
At the WCH Campus today it was Party Day so we did our best heroes in our half shells 🐒🐒🐒
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It was TURTLE POWER today across Hospital School SA with staff taking on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. 
At the WCH Campus today it was Party Day so we did our best heroes in our half shells 🐒🐒🐒Image attachmentImage attachment+5Image attachment

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This is awesome, I hope to have the chance to teach there one day, inspiring stuff

Love this!❀️

This is the page I was telling you about Sarah Rew

2 months ago
Hospital School SA

And that's the end of Term 3, enjoy your holidays... we will 😎!
See you in Term 4 😁
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Have a wonderful break you deserve it. A big thank you to all the staff, you guys are amazing πŸ’•

Enjoy your well deserved break. Bryce is always devastated that our visits end up falling in your school holidays every time πŸ˜’πŸ’”

Have a great holidays everyone! ❀️

Have a lovely break. Thank you for teaching our children. See you in term four 🌿🌿

Brilliant work Matthew McCurry and team! πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌ

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2 months ago
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Looking all proud in our offical photo from Friday night’s awards. ... See MoreSee Less

Looking all proud in our offical photo from Friday night’s awards.

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Congratulations! Very well deserved πŸ‘

You should be proud πŸ‘

2 months ago
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2 months ago
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While we wish it was an AFL Grand Final showdown tomorrow (one day 🀞) it didn't stop the teams from across our Network from getting in the spirit of our annual Team Colours Day! πŸ‰βš½οΈπŸ€πŸ

We celebrated all sorts of sporting teams - whether from the big leagues or humble local clubs - as patients, staff and families strutted their stuff in their favourite attire.

We absolutely loved seeing everyone wear their colours with pride, especially the Hospital School SA team pictured here.

A big thank you to our Play Therapy team and the WCH Foundation for organising such a fun day!

🦒🐱🦒🐱 Who will you be cheering for tomorrow? 🦒🐱🦒🐱
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Great photo πŸ‰πŸ™‚

2 months ago
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Tonight we won the Non Clinical Excellence Award at the WCHN Excellence Awards for our Mental Health Program. We are so passionate about adolescent mental health and to be recognised feels so great. Working with CAMHS leaders and their team along with WCH teams to meet the needs of mental health and education is a great partnership. ... See MoreSee Less

Tonight we won the Non Clinical Excellence Award at the WCHN Excellence Awards for our Mental Health Program. We are so passionate about adolescent mental health and to be recognised feels so great. Working with CAMHS leaders and their team along with WCH teams to meet the needs of mental health and education is a great partnership.

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Congratulations well deserved πŸ…πŸ…

Congratulations and well earned πŸ‘πŸ»

Congratulations so well deserved 🌿🌿

Great work guys, congratulations πŸŽ‰

So very well deserved πŸ‘ πŸ‘ congratulations

Congratulations πŸ‘πŸΌ you all do an amazing job! πŸ‘πŸΌ

πŸ‘ŒπŸ»πŸ‘ŒπŸ»πŸ‘ŒπŸ»well done guys! This is the best!!! ❀️

Hannah Rae Kelly

Congratulations well deserved!!

Congratulations! Well deservedπŸ‘πŸ‘

Congrats πŸŽ‰

Congratulations ❀️

Congratulations πŸ‘ πŸ‘πŸ‘

Congratulations

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2 months ago
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Our students and staff here at Hospital School SA were extremely excited and fortunate to have Monique Murphy and Grant Allen from the Australian Paralympic Team visit to talk to us about their experiences as Paralympians, and their journeys that lead them to the Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games respectively. They both shared their stories of the challenges they faced and overcame, initiating a respectful discussion between themselves, staff and students while answering all of our questions.

Monique let us all hold her silver medal she won in Rio! She shook it so we could hear the noise it made, and explained how gold, silver, and bronze medals at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games all produced different sounds to ensure visually impaired people at the Paralympic Games could differentiate between them.

Read more about their incredible stories here:
www.paralympic.org.au/athlete/monique-murphy/
www.paralympic.org.au/athlete/grant-allen/
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Our students and staff here at Hospital School SA were extremely excited and fortunate to have Monique Murphy and Grant Allen from the Australian Paralympic Team visit to talk to us about their experiences as Paralympians, and their journeys that lead them to the Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games respectively. They both shared their stories of the challenges they faced and overcame, initiating a respectful discussion between themselves, staff and students while answering all of our questions. 

Monique let us all hold her silver medal she won in Rio! She shook it so we could hear the noise it made, and explained how gold, silver, and bronze medals at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games all produced different sounds to ensure visually impaired people at the Paralympic Games could differentiate between them. 

Read more about their incredible stories here:
https://www.paralympic.org.au/athlete/monique-murphy/ 
https://www.paralympic.org.au/athlete/grant-allen/Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment
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