Hopewell School is a very special school in every way

Our core aim for every pupil and their family is

Restoring Hope, Releasing Potential, Rebuilding Lives

Hopewell has two sites; the school is situated in Dagenham and provides education for pupils aged 7 to 19 years who have EHC Plans. Our second site is motorvations@hopewell which is a specialist vocational centre based in Romford and offers a range of vocational experiences, courses and qualifications.

All of our pupils have a range of complex needs including social, emotional and behavioural problems with or without mental health issues and ASD.

Children and young people come to Hopewell for a number of reasons. Some of which are associated with young people struggling with the challenges of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, opposition defiance disorder and conduct disorder. Others have suffered traumatic experiences which have impacted on their learning and behaviour.

To support the pupils individual needs Hopewell have a team of specialist therapeutic staff who are based on the school site. They work with the young people and their families/carers in a number of ways, through individual therapeutic work, group and family work as well as leading on targeted interventions across the school such as anger management and anti-bullying.

The school also has a separate teaching base for pupils who are on the autistic spectrum. This provision is led by a specialist tutor and support staff. The base offers an individualised thematic approach to learning. The staff from the base also provide specialist outreach support throughout the school implementing individual strategies for pupils.

At Hopewell we believe passionately in supporting and nurturing our pupils as well as aspiring to provide them with outstanding and creative learning opportunities.

By empowering our pupils, building their self-confidence and enabling them to develop their individual strengths we endeavour to provide them with the skills they need to lead constructive and fulfilling adult lives.

The school also has a separate teaching base for pupils who are on the autistic spectrum. This provision is led by a specialist tutor and support staff. The base offers an individualised thematic approach to learning. The staff from the base also provide specialist outreach support throughout the school implementing individual strategies for pupils.

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Diary Dates

  • Friday 4th December - ELF DAY for alzheimers society
  • 7th - 11th December - Assessment Week
  • Friday 18th December - Christmas Jumper Day, Pupil reports sent home, end of term
  • Monday 4th January 2021 - INSET DAY
  • Tuesday 5th January 2021 - Target Setting Day
  • Monday 15th Feb – Friday 19th Feb 2021 - Half Term
  • Monday 31st May – Friday 4th Jun 2021 - Half Term
  • Friday 23rd July - INSET DAY
  • 3rd & 31st May 2021 - Bank Holidays

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Restoring Hope, Releasing Potential, Rebuilding Lives

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Contact Information


Phone
0208 593 6610
Head Teacher: Susan Douglas
admin@hopewellschool.co.uk
Chair of Governors: Matt Miller MBE
cog@hopewellschool.co.uk

Proprietor: Mr Herman Allen
herman.allen@holibrookhouse.co.uk

Hopewell School
Baden Powell Close
Dagenham
Essex
RM9 6XN
Head Teacher: Susan Douglas
motorvations@hopewell
13 Maldon Road
Romford
Essex
RM7 0JB
Head Teacher: Susan Douglas

COMPLAINTS

Tel: 0208 593 6610

E-mail: complaints@hopewellschool.co.uk

Matt Miller MBE

Tel: 0208 593 6610

E-mail: cog@hopewellschool.co.uk

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