"Whilst other school fee assistance schemes have come and gone, Christ’s Hospital has stuck to its charitable aims since it was founded in 1522: educating the financially, socially and otherwise needy for free, or at a reduced rate. Today these pupils sit happily alongside the full fee payers and the School’s pupil profile"
Kate, Former Parent
"Thank you so much for Christ's Hospital's hospitality and warm welcome. Your Open Morning was extremely informative and we had a lovely time exploring! Our tour guide was passionate about his learning and very proud of his School."
Caroline, prospective CH parent
"I can honestly say, making the bold decision to join Christ's Hospital for Sixth Form was the best decision of my life. The environment is very welcoming and perfect for productive work hence the fantastic results. I would advise anyone thinking about CH to come for an Open Morning."
Keenan, Year 13 Pupil
"Last year I applied for a Year 7 place at Christ's Hospital. I had to take some tests and spend a night at the School. It was great fun to stay and helped me learn about the School. It was a bit strange at first but I got used to it very quickly. It was a good experience and I would encourage you to have a go."
Oscar, new CH pupil
"Christ's Hospital is amazing! It's really fun boarding because it's basically a big sleepover. The food is great and the best part is we get a fry up almost every day. Lessons are exciting and my favourites are Drama, Science, PE and especially Maths. In total, we have 18 different lessons."
Jack, Year 7 pupil
"I've been at Christ's Hospital for two years and have found it to be a gigantic family. If you ever feel homesick, there is always someone to help you. The best thing about living at School is the opportunities you have. I feel very lucky being at CH. I've made great friends and already have some fantastic memories."
Jasper, Year 8 pupil
"I fell in love with Christ's Hospital when I visited during an Open Morning and knew it was where I wanted to be. There was such an amazing atmosphere. The School slogan is ‘a school like no other' and I certainly haven't been anywhere else that is quite like Christ's Hospital."
Lucy, former pupil
"Christ's Hospital has fantastic sports facilities, sports teachers and coaches and you have the opportunity to spend time doing more of the sport you most enjoy. The coaching is very consistent and focused for every kind of pupil, from a sports scholar to a D-team player looking for extra practice. "
Katherine, Year 10 pupil
"CH has enabled me to develop in so many ways. For example, being part of the Community Action programme allows me to visit a local care home each week and this has helped me to gain conversational skills."
Emily, Year 12 pupil
"Music is a big part of my life. At CH I was surrounded by music and musicians, as many of the pupils played an instrument or sang. Being part of the 120 strong School Band had a significant influence on me. I was also fortunate to have a place at the Royal Academy of Music Junior Department"
Tom, former pupil
"Whilst other school fee assistance schemes have come and gone, Christ's Hospital has stuck to its charitable aims since it was founded in 1552: educating the financially, socially and otherwise needy for free, or at a reduced rate. Today these pupils sit happily alongside the full fee payers and the School's pupil profile"
Kate, former parent
An incredibly moving one man show about the life story of war poet and Old Blue Keith Douglas. Well worth going to see, specially as it was recently the 75th anniversary of his death. #UnicornsAlmost Unicorns, Almost https://bristololdvic.org.uk/whats-on/unicorns-almost Christ's Hospital Old Blues Association 19 August 2019 | 12:15