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

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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.
At Hope School pupils are taught an individualised curriculum which caters for their specific needs. To find out more visit our subject pages under our curriculum heading! -CHECK OUT OUR PSHE WEEK INFORMATION UNDER THE CURRICULUM TAB TO FIND OUT ABOUT OUR FANTASTCI PSHE WEEK 2019

Curriculum

Hope School Curriculum Plan 2018-19

The statutory curriculum – what we have to cover in our schools – is set out in curriculum 2014.

 

 

 

Art Key stage 1

Pupils in Delta visited Liverpool Walker Art Gallery to introduce them to the art topic of colour through art. They viewed many different pieces, discussing the form, colour and tone used. Pupils got the chance to sketched and practice their colour work at the gallery before coming back to school and continuing the topic for the term.

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Art Key stage 2

 

Pupils in Key stage 2 have begun to understand how to draw and show facial expressions and body language in sketches and paintings. They have also learnt how to use marks and lines to show texture in art and use line, tone and colour to represent figure and form.  Pupils draw facial features and then had a go at drawing themselves.

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Art Key Stage 3

Pupils in Key Stage 3 have used sketch books to show progression in their work and how they can improve on past work. Pupils began drawing facial features, studying their own faces and others. Pupils then developed their skills by beginning to draw full faces using different tones and lines. Pupils have then used these skills in portraits of characters from Macbeth.

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Key Stage 2 Music

In the first few weeks, pupils learnt how to follow a pulse and rhythm with their hands. They did this by clapping along to different songs. They also heard different instruments that had different pitches.

Pupils then began playing a steady pulse/tempo on the keyboard.

In the next few lessons, pupils began learning about the placement of hands on the keyboard and how each finger can play different keys.

Once pupils had practised using their hands correctly on the keyboard, they have been able to learn and play different songs that are made up of many keys and chords.

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Music Key Stage 3

In music at Key stage 3, pupils have studied the musical elements such as pitch, tempo, duration, structure and dynamics. Pupils have listened to a number of different musical compositions from a range of composers and have been able to compare and contrast using the different elements. Pupils also studied how certain types of music made them feel and discovered their own musical preferences.

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RE Key Stage 2

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Geography Key Stage 1

 

I can describe how a specific habitat provides for the basic needs of things living there (plants and animals).

Delta discussed and matched animals to their habitats and suggested reasons why animals needed those environments to survive.

Delta then drew and explained what animals needs to survive in their habitats.Delta then sketched a plan to design a habitat for an animal. Delta were able to choose materials as resources that help animals survive. 

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History Key Stage 1

History Evidence – I can list key information about someone famous.

Delta worked in pairs using the internet to research key information about Ray Charles. While squares typed and read key information, triangles recorded the information.

Delta then had a class discussion, listed key facts and explained what they had learned.

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PE Key stage 1

In Key Stage 1 we are learning the benefits of exercise, exploring how yoga makes our bodies feel. We are developing our fundamental movement skills including agility, balance and coordination.

In Key Stage 1 we learn the ‘’Move of the Week’ in Aerial Ninjas. We perform to others and show appreciation by clapping.

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In Key Stage 2 we learn about the importance of a warm up and how to take part effectively. We explore the short term effects of exercise.

In Key Stage 2 we learn the combine actions in Aerial Ninjas to create a sequence. We perform to others and show appreciation, we share what we liked about the performance.

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PE Key stage 3

In Key Stage 3 we learn about the importance of a warm up and how to take part effectively, we are learning how lead some warm up activities. We explore the short term and long effects of exercise.

In Key Stage 3 we learn a range of actions, and combine them in a sequence that includes different dynamics. After performing we give feedback, including elements of the performance that we enjoyed and how to improve the performance.

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Science Key stage 1

I can describe how a specific habitat provides for the basic needs of things living there (plants and animals).

Delta discussed and matched animals to their habitats and suggested reasons why animals needed those environments to survive.

Delta then drew and explained what animals needs to survive in their habitats.

Delta then sketched a plan to design a habitat for an animal. Delta were able to choose materials as resources that help animals survive. 

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