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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.
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!

Help and Support for Our Parents and Carers

Parents and Carers Coffee Morning at YPAS

 Every Wednesday across the hubs 10am-12pm for any parent / grandparent / carer
 
FREE to attend, No appointment needed, come along for a chat and a coffee
 
 1st Wednesday of the month: CENTRAL (starting 2nd May)
2nd Wednesday of the month: SOUTH hub (starting 14th March)
3rd Wednesday of the month: CENTRAL (starting 21st March) Parent Focus Group (for parents who have completed the Incredible Years Programme)
4th Wednesday of the month: NORTH hub (starting 25th April)
 
For further information please contact:
Sharron Roberts 0151 702 6073sharron@ypas.org.uk 
Gayle Wood 07570468132gayle.wood@ypas.org.uk
 
YPAS Central Hub   
36 Bolton Street
Liverpool
L3 5LX
YPAS Plus - SOUTH    
Lyndene Road
Liverpool
L25 1NG

YPAS Plus - NORTH
Croxdale Road West
Liverpool
L14 8Y

Rohit Naik WIns Pearson Silver Award Headteacher of the Year 2017

Health minds, healthy babies- successfully engaging the community and their babies.

Health minds, healthy babies- successfully engaging the community and their babies.  1
Health minds, healthy babies- successfully engaging the community and their babies.  2
Health minds, healthy babies- successfully engaging the community and their babies.  3
Health minds, healthy babies- successfully engaging the community and their babies.  4

Domestic Violence Parent Support

 

The next domestic violence course – You Me Mum will be held at Granby Children’s Centre on 16th January 2018 – 1-3pm
 
The 10 week programme will focus on the impact of domestic abuse on the mother, her relationship with her children, and incorporates safety planning, cycle of violence, how abusive partners can affect mother/child relationship, self-blaming thoughts, taking care of yourself ,lessons kids learn through violence.
 
If you have anyone who would benefit, Granby CC have opened the course to all women regardless if they have children over their remit age. The only stipulation is they do not require Childcare.
 
For a referral form or for further information please contact tara.thomas@liverpool.gov.uk

Hope Positive Pathways

Parent Partnership Policy

Support if you, or someone you know, is experiencing domestic abuse

How to Keep your child Safe Online

Are you worried about people who are older that your child taking advantage of their age, special needs and vulnerbility? Its called Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE)

Understanding Dyslexia- A Guide for Families

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