The Royal Children's Hospital (RCH) Education Institute provides innovative and individualised learning opportunities for children and young people at the RCH and, generates new knowledge around children and young people's learning, development and wellbeing.
The RCH Education Institute is funded by the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD).
Reading The Wrong Book at precisely the right time!
At precisely 11.00 am on Wednesday 22 May children at the Royal Children’s Hospital joined more than 380 000 young readers around Australia for National Simultaneous Storytime. More...
Is it a bird?!
As part of Education Week celebrations, young people at the RCH were given the rare opportunity to view the inside of the Royal Flying Doctor Service Aero Medical Simulator and learn about the significant contribution this service has made to health in Australia. More...
Fruit and Veg Frenzy on Main Street
It was a fruit and vegie frenzy on Main Street last Friday when students, teachers and Masterchef contestants came together to celebrate Food Revolution Day (FRD) at The Royal Children’s Hospital. More...
Getting well, being present
Our research team have recently written a final report summarising a twelve-month collaborative research project designed to improve social connectedness with school and family for primary-school aged children who are hospitalised. More...
The food revolution has begun
Children and young people at the RCH have joined the food revolution! More...
A Big Book brimming with interesting facts about the RCH
Our wonderful hospital is being used to teach students about text types and writing. More...
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