Providing an attachment friendly community which fosters warmth with high boundaries so that all can achieve to their full potential.
Is a national award for outstanding parental engagement in schools. In 2017 Hope School was reassessed and successful in renewing the award.
About the Leading Parent Partnership Award
The Leading Parent Partnership Award gives schools a coherent framework to deliver effective parental engagement from early years to post-16.
Through this award, schools can meet a number of longer term success criteria, such as improved pupil progress, punctuality, attendance and behaviour and increased parental involvement in school life.
Hope Family Works
Is a ten week programme accessed by parents and carers whose children attend Hope School and Intervention centre. The programme has been designed to offer parents the opportunity to learn more about emotional development, attachment and trauma. It is a fantastic opportunity for parents to engage and be part of a community promoting collaboration and decision making.
This year we will access our Hope Family Programme via zoom. Sessions begin at 10am and finish approximately 12pm
Below is a breakdown of the topics
Welcome and getting to know you. Non-negotiable and negotiable rules
Emotional development of the brain
Communication and restorative language
Stress responses. Identifying Body sensations linked to feelings
The impact of loss.
Time Lines. Identifying our own emotional interruptions
Mindfulness and Massage
Interventions and sensory aids. Sand play, occupational therapy, stress toys etc.
Celebration. Celebration of our journey together.
Autumn Term – Friday 18th September to Friday 11th December 2020 ( extended due to technical difficulties)
Spring Term – Friday 15th January to Friday 26th March 2021
Summer term – Friday 16th April to Friday 2nd July 2021
Please do not hesitate to contact Mrs E Anderson if you are interested in being a part of Hope Family
Article 5; Governments must respect the rights and responsibilities of parents and carers to provide guidance and direction to their child as they grow up, so that they fully enjoy their rights. This must be done in a way that recognises the child’s increasing capacity to make their own choices.