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Caleb’s story: Ringing the bell at the Bears of Sheffield Farewell to mark the end of cancer treatment

Caleb’s story: Ringing the bell at the Bears of Sheffield Farewell to mark the end of cancer treatment

25 October 2021

When the Bears of Sheffield left the streets and came back together at Meadowhall for one last time – it also marked a special moment for one young patient. A special weekend was made even more poignant by five-year-old...

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Jude’s story: “From myself and my wonderful family, thank you”

Jude’s story: “From myself and my wonderful family, thank you”

25 October 2021

The family of three-year-old Jude Mellon-Jameson have expressed their gratitude after fundraising efforts for the hospital providing his treatment topped £5,000. On the eve of Jude’s third birthday in July, his parents were told he had cancer. He had...

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Archie’s story: His first year of life

Archie’s story: His first year of life

25 October 2021

Meet one-year-old Archie! Weighing just 3lbs 8oz, Archie was born in Grimsby six weeks early in August last year. Within 24 hours of being born, he was transferred to Sheffield Children’s. Archie was born with Oesophageal Atresia and Tracheo-Oesophageal...

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International Pronouns Day

International Pronouns Day

20 October 2021

Today is International Pronouns Day, and the Sheffield Children’s colleague LGBT+ Network have put together some helpful information about what pronouns are and how we can all correctly use them. What are pronouns? In English, there are a number...

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Sheffield Children’s staff cycle 500 miles to protect people and planet

Sheffield Children’s staff cycle 500 miles to protect people and planet

20 October 2021

On 27 October, children’s hospital staff, including those from Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, will arrive in Weston Park Sheffield as part of a 500 mile cycle ride from London to the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow....

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Vaccinations available for 12 to 15 year olds

Vaccinations available for 12 to 15 year olds

20 October 2021

Did your child miss their chance to have their COVID-19 vaccination in school?   Our team has been making visits to schools from 24 September to offer the COVID vaccine for children aged 12 to 15 years old, and...

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New school provision open to support children with mental health needs

New school provision open to support children with mental health needs

15 October 2021

Becton School – an Ofsted Outstanding hospital school for young people with medical and mental health needs and part of Nexus Multi-Academy Trust – has opened its new site at Chapel House, Hillsborough Barracks at an event onsite on...

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Dexter’s story: “Our family can’t thank Sheffield Children’s Hospital enough”

Dexter’s story: “Our family can’t thank Sheffield Children’s Hospital enough”

15 October 2021

A grateful uncle took on the Virtual London Marathon to say thank you for the care his nephew, Dexter, has received at Sheffield Children’s. Simon Colliver, 38, from Hackenthorpe is brought the London Marathon up north and ran 26.2...

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Allied Health Professionals (AHP) Day 2021

Allied Health Professionals (AHP) Day 2021

14 October 2021

Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust is proud to be marking the 4th annual AHPs’ Day today (14 October) by recognising the role and commitment of our AHPs. There are 14 AHP professions including: art therapists, drama therapists, music therapists,...

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Elliott’s story: After care with the Burns Unit

Elliott’s story: After care with the Burns Unit

13 October 2021

Looking at him now, it’s hard to believe that nine year old Elliott has ever needed our support and care for a burns injury at Sheffield Children’s. When he was just 15 months old, Elliott was at his grandmother’s...

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