Providing an attachment friendly community which fosters warmth with high boundaries so that all can achieve to their full potential.
At Hope School our vision is to help pupils to become resilient lifelong independent learners, through a relational approach that fosters high warmth and high boundaries. We accept each others' mental health needs and promote an environment which includes mental wellbeing at the forefront of all aspects of the school community.
Introducing the Hope School Mental Health Team:
If you ever need any support with how yo are feeling seek out a member of the team, or an adult that you trust.
The Hope School Mental Health team seeks to support and the mental wellbeing of all in the school community including;
staff, pupils and parents and carers.
If you are unable to speak to us, or feel ore comfortable you can seek us out via our emails addresses;
Each class has voted for a representative as a Mental Health Champion. These pupils will lead activities and initiatives across the school, as well as be a voice for their peers' wellbeing.
Meet the Hope School Mental Health Champions:
Aliyas Diboe Lunt
Kallie Ann Smith
Since 2008, Mindapples has been asking everyone what they do to take care of their minds. We aim to build the cultural layer of good habits and self care that can help make us all more mentally healthy.
It starts with you. Each of us needs to start thinking and talking about what’s good for our minds. So over to you.
Every child in school has created a mind apple, where they have selected 5 activities that they recognise affect their mental wellbeing positively. These are displayed in class and are used throughout the day for short breaks to elevate the importance of positive mental wellbeing.
Article 15; Every child has the right to meet with other children and to join groups and organisations, as long as this does not stop other people from enjoying their rights.