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Children’s Hospital School

What is a hospital school?

A hospital school is a dispatch-based school set up within a hospital for students who cannot receive regular education due to long-term hospitalization or outpatient treatment. The current hospital school is operated by one teacher, and students of diverse regions and classes receive education together.
Students eligible for hospital school education are those in need of long-term (3 months or longer) hospitalization or outpatient treatment due to chronic illness and who cannot fulfill the requirements of regular schools due to continuous medical care. (Article 10 of Enforcement Decree of the act on special education for persons with Disabilities, etc, Announcement 9. Special education subjects with health impairment)

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Purpose of Hospital School

To maintain continuous education and peer relationship for students receiving long-term care due to health impairment, in order to minimize the educational gap and ease the attendance burden and promote synergistic improvement in terms of treatment effectiveness through psychological and emotional stability.

Student

  • Educational opportunity
  • Minimized educational gap
  • Maintain relationship with peers

School

  • Continuous education for students with health impairment
  • Resolve issues including absence of emergency care
    due to a student’s attendance in regular school

Parents

  • Attendance acknowledged to aid in normal class promotion
  • Free education benefit