HIP Photo Gallery
We have been working hard
Look at all our achievements! We have been dreaming big!
Welcome to the HIP gallery!
Back to School! We are so pleased to welcome all of our children back to school. We have already been busy making, creating and learning together!
Home Learning activities by a Key Stage 2 pupil
Mrs K's class have been busy exploring arrays in maths.
Deaf Carol Service at Christchurch, Bexleyheath
December Coffee Morning
HIP children and parents create Christmas decorations together.
Year 1,2 and 3 Rumble in the Jungle!
Coffee Afternoon in October
September 2019: We looked at Instruments from around the world
We achieved the Gold Award in June and became VIPs for a day.
Year 4 HIP School Journey to Marchants Hill
KS2 HIP Making Gingerbread People
Year 2 ASPIRATIONS WEEK 17th-21st June 2019
Year 2: Proud of our work on display!
Year 1 making marble runs during STEM week.
Visit from The Dinosaur Man
STEM Day activities by Year 4 and 5 pupils
Deaf Carol Service, 6th December 2018
Super Scientists in the HIP - September 2018
May 2018 - A Deaf Perspective on Pelham's Core Values
The children in the HIP worked together to learn about what the core values mean to them.
The Mousetrap Project was set up to work with deaf and hearing children, producing a play that was put on by professionals at a London theatre.
We were thrilled that the HIP children from Years 3-6 were able to work with some mainstream children and get involved in this experience.
The children worked with a couple of professional actors, scriptwriters and translators and over a period of a few weeks, they wrote a play that was performed at The Churchill Theatre in Bromley.
As part of the experience we went to see 'Adventures in Wonderland' at The Vaults, Waterloo as well as seeing our own play performed in public by professionals.
May 2017 - The NDCS bus came to town!
The NDCS bus came to visit us! It was a fantastic day and the children learnt so much from Jamie and Mark. They found out about equipment for Deaf people, Developing Deaf Identity and Dealing with Emotions. www.ndcs.org.uk
March 2017 - Hearing Dogs for Deaf People
The SMSC team and School Council arranged for the Hearing Dogs for Deaf People to visit us. We enjoyed learning about how dogs can help Deaf people become more independent. The School Council held a cake sale to raise money for this important charity. www.hearingdogs.org.uk