We want Liverpool to be the best city in the UK to grow up in – where children are healthy, happy, safe from harm, ready to learn, ready for school and ready for work.
Liverpool Promise brings together school staff, children and young people, cultural organisations, businesses and leaders across the city, all of whom want to make a positive difference to the lives of children and young people.
At Hope School we are part of The Liverpool Promise and because of this:-
The promises we are making are:
Support and implement the Liverpool Attendance Strategy. We expect all pupils to have 97% attendance.
Recruit and develop
Recruit, retain and develop staff using high quality CPD and training.
Give every child an arts or cultural experience at each key stage through a range of activities including such as PHSE Week.
Ensure Schools’ Parliament, Young Advisers and others co-create solutions for progress. We do this through school parliament and things such as our whole school forum.
Link with businesses, universities and others to extend access to post-school opportunities and work. We have links to several outside agencies in order to ensure the best possible outcomes for our children.
Build on the mental health and wellbeing strategy to help improve support for students. Using the attachment approach amongst other things helps us with this.
Find out what Liverpool Promise is all about and how you can join us and make promises of your own on the link below.