Menu
Home Page

HopeSchool

Providing an attachment friendly community which fosters warmth with high boundaries so that all can achieve to their full potential.

Welcome To

HopeSchool

Providing an attachment friendly community which fosters warmth with high boundaries so that all can achieve to their full potential.

Welcome to Hope School! We are a busy but friendly school, with lots going on. At Hope School we provide an attachment-friendly community which fosters warmth with high boundaries so that all can achieve to their full potential.
Welcome to Hope School! Our current termly topic is Harmony' - We have lots of wonderful activities and trips planned for this half term - Check out our class pages for more information!

Art

 

The Curriculum 

 

Art is taught in a cross-curricular approach following the National Curriculum. All pupils get the opportunity to explore different types of art and artists work, gathering research to help use as a foundation for their own creations. Pupils can explore different art forms such as portraits, painting, pottery, colleges, 3D sculptures and digital art. This allows pupils to discover this own preferences and feelings towards art, become more aware of different cultures and use their own imagination. 

 

 

 

Trips 

 

During the academic year, all pupils will get the chance to visit an art gallery and take part in a workshop to develop knowledge and skills. 

 

 

Dot-Art in Schools 

 

Each year, pupils take part in the Dot-art in schools competition, competing against other Liverpool schools and culminating in an exhibition. Pupils in Year 5 will work in class lessons to create a piece of art work on a chosen theme, giving them the opportunity to explore and use different materials. 

 

This year, Callum from Nu, was chosen as the winning artist from Hope School. Callum and the other participants will attend a prize giving ceremony on Thursday 21st June to receive their prizes and to view Callum's work on display. 

 

 

Dot-art Entries

The Big Draw Week 

 

The Big Draw is the world's largest drawing festival with the goal of promoting visual literacy and art education. This year's theme is 'PLAY' where pupils can celebrate by discovering new things, embracing happy accidents and drawing!

 

Pupils will be taking part in The Big Draw during October, with a week long of fun activities aimed to get pupils using their imagination and developing their drawing techniques. 

Top