The Hope Project (Helping Our Pupils’ Emotions) is a project that offers mental health support to children and families in Primary and Secondary schools.
The Hope Project has been developed over the last few years and has positive outcomes for children that have an emotional need for support. We have two members of staff at Hanbury's Farm School who are trained to understand the mental health of young people and enhance their supportive, listening skills. These staff also work at Oakhill with any children who are referred to the project. A further Oakhill member of staff is due to start the training in the Autumn term.
This provision delivered in school complements a whole school approach to positive health and psychological wellbeing. The project/school offers a safe space in an environment the child feels comfortable.
If you have any further questions, regarding the HOPE project, please get in contact.