Helpful information

SGUL TBH are always looking for new schools and clubs to visit! However, due to our popular demand we always fill our clinic slots up extremely quickly! Please see below for more details on how to get TBH at your school. 

Invite us to your school! 

FAQ - 

Unfortunately all our slots for the academic year 2015/2016 have been taken, However slots for the academic year 2016/2017 will be opening at the beginning of July- end of August.  Our clinics usually become completely book up by early September, so it is advised you contact us via email ASAP, should your school/group meet the below criteria: 

  • SGUL Teddy Bear Hospital only covers an area within a 12 mile radius of St George's University of London.** 
  • We work with children between the ages of 3-12 
  • A teacher / guardian must present throughout the TBH event. 
  • We only run clinics on a Wednesday afternoon and occasionally some evenings (For scouts clubs etc) 

Should you be able to answer yes to the above criteria or if you have more questions regarding booking our clinics, please email us: & 

**Should you not be within a 12 mile radius of SGUL teddy bear hospital, we encourage you to email: who will inform you of your closest teddy bear hospital. Failing that please contact us directly and we can also help! 

  • How much does it cost to hold one of your clinics at our school? 
SGUL Teddy Bear Hospital's aim is to alleviate stresses associated with medical environments for all children, therefore we believe our clinics should be open and accessible to all children, regardless of background. Therefore our clinics are free. Although, we do ask for a small donation which allows us to improve our work and pay for transport to and from the schools. 

  • Our school is just outside of your 12 mile radius, will you still attend? 
Please contact us directly, so we can assess the journey time and transport available,  
  • How long do your clinics last? 
Once set up our clinics comprise of 5-7 stations, each lasting around 7 minutes. With an introduction and a certificate handout at the end. In total most of our clinics last in the region of 1-1.5 hours. 
  • Should our students bring their teddies with them to the clinic? 
YES! Definitely, it allows us to work with the children and incorporate something they are able to relate to. (We encourage all schools / clubs to insist on this, however we always carry a few spares for children to borrow!)
  •  Are all your volunteers DBS checked? 
All our volunteers have an up to date DBS check through our university, they have also completed a comprehensive child safeguarding course.