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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!

Trips, Visits and Visitors

Dolly Hall - November 2018

Pupils from Gamma, Kappa and Omega got the opportunity to go to Dolly Hall in Wales from Tuesday 13th November to Thursday 15th November 2018. We took part in lots of exciting outdoor forest schools activities which were led by Froo and Gedd and went on a 3 mile hike! All staff and pupils had a fantastic time and have made lots of lovely memories. 

Colomendy 2018
Pupils from Gamma, Kappa and Nu got to have an amazing experience from 9-11 May 2018 when Mr Darkins, Mr Growney, Mrs Anderson and Ms Gomes went to Colomendy. All pupils had so much fun and made some life long memories. Check out the pictures below to see how much fun we had!

Imagine That Trip 2017


On Wednesday 7th February, pupils from Delta, Gamma and Kappa visited Imagine That!

 

The boys in upper keys stage 2/3 took part in PSHE Week and were visited by The Roy Castle Foundation, Bully Busters, Choose Life, YPAS, The Royal Liverpool Hospital Trauma Ward to explain to the upper key stage boys about Knife Crime and The Amy Winehouse Foundation. All boys took part in discussion and workshops around these key areas of Personal,Social and Health Education.

Santa Flight 2016

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Our pupils are taught the skills required to become lifelong learners and there is a strong focus on trips and visitors, which taps into the interests and abilities of children in order to stimulate learning.

 

At Hope School we aim for each class to go on, at least, one trip each half term. 

 

Up coming trips and visitors include:

 

U- Boat,

Speke Hall,

Lego-Land,

School Parliament,

Santa Flight, 

Maritime Museum Liverpool, 

Jodrell Bank, 

Imperial War Museum Manchester. 

Please take a look at our photos below: 

On Monday 5th December 2016 5 pupils from KS1/2 were given the opportunity to take a flight from Manchester Airport to try and 'track down Santa' in the sky.

We then returned back to Manchester with Santa and received lots of presents.

Below are some of the pictures from the day.

On Wednesday 7 December, Delta pupils went to Martin Mere. During the visit boys explored different plants to fit in with our Science topic of Plants. Pupils were also able to feed the ducks, play in the adventure playground and go bird watching. All the pupils and staff had a fantastic day and we are sure to go back (when it's a bit warmer). After the trip we received some lovely feed back from the tour guide Chris Whitehead, who was great on the trip and gave the boys the freedom to choose how they spent their day resulting in all having a wonderful time. 

Chris Whitehead said 

' I really enjoyed the visit and was touched by how unique each of the children were and how they warmed to the place during the day. I just hope that none of them got an upset tummy afterwards, due to some of the things they were putting in their mouths! I do so hope that some of them will get the opportunity to come back here with their families.'
 

 

On Tuesday 4th April 2017, Omega visited Acorn Farm during our topic 'Farming and Agriculture.' Staff at the farm met us on arrival and gave us a tour of the farm, and we were provided lots of opportunities to interact with the animals from stroking chicks to feeding goats. We later explored the farm by ourselves, and visited the many larger animals at the farm. The boys had a great morning exploring and meeting new animals; we were all very brave and adventurous. 
On May 19th, Omega visited Eureka as part of our Sport topic. We have been focusing on the affects of Sport and healthy eating on our bodies, and how we can keep our bodies healthy. We visited an interactive science museum for children, and enjoyed finding out lots about the world around us, particularly learning about our noses and mouths!
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