Christ’s Hospital – life changing for a lifetime

The ethos of Christ’s Hospital is built on identifying children who have the capability to transform their lives but not the means.

Your donation to the Blue Fund supports young children throughout their entire seven year education at Christ’s Hospital. Pupils supported by the Blue Fund benefit from a school environment that successfully fosters intellectual, moral, emotional and physical growth for high potential children, as well as critically, the financial support they need.
Christ’s Hospital is committed to giving children from all walks of life the benefits of a first class education in an environment that instils confidence and self-reliance. This broad social mix, combined with a highly supportive boarding environment, high academic standards, rich tradition, and unrivalled co-curricular opportunities, ensures pupils leave equipped to succeed in a diverse, challenging and ever more competitive world.
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Pupils at Christ's Hospital

I came to CH because my family and I thought that the school would give me the best opportunity to succeed in life. I am getting great educational opportunities, extra help in the evenings through supportive prep, and access to many sporting facilities.

Joe

I chose to come to CH because of the culture and tradition associated with it, but also because of the excellent facilities here - especially music and drama. Apart from being a top academic school, it has many clubs and bands on offer too.

Molly

I chose to come to CH because I think the school's ethos would help me in the future. I'm getting a good education, not just academic, but in everything that I'll need to help me later in life. It is the people that I like the most here.

Martha

I chose to come to CH because of its diversity and traditions, and the school grounds are stunning. I feel that I am benefiting from many opportunities the school provides and I have now gained a place at Harlequins Rugby Club.

Joshua

Our community

"I have been truly inspired and amazed by the way that Christ’s Hospital has been transforming children’s lives for centuries, giving opportunities to those who might not otherwise have these, regardless of background."
Guy Perricone (Treasurer and Chairman of the Council of Almoners)
"I loved my time at Christ's Hospital and having seen what has been going on in recent years, it is easy for me to give back."
Peter Farnfield (1970s Leaver)
"Christ’s Hospital has given my son Charlie a great education. For all of this I will be forever grateful and in debt to Christ’s Hospital."
Jenny Thomson (Former Parent)
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