Nine Year 7 Hove Park School digital leaders took part in ‘Tech Girls’ – an initiative in partnership with ‘Albion in the Community’ at the American Express Community Stadium on 19th June 2019. The programme has been developed to inspire girls to explore further the role tech ..Read More
Welcome to Hove Park School’s ‘Aiming Higher’ page.
This area of the website provides information about the work that we do to support those students aiming for the very highest academic achievement.
Here you can find details about what we are doing to increase the proportion of students achieving top grades in their examinations. We also aim to provide enriching educational experiences that challenge and inspire our learners to have the highest ambitions for the future. We have a dedicated coordinator in post who leads our Aiming Higher programme, but all our staff are aware of their role in supporting those students with the potential to achieve the highest levels.
Provision begins in lessons and all schemes of work planned by heads of departments include specific materials and ideas which differentiate, enrich and extend learning to ensure that the curriculum is sufficiently challenging.
Outside of lessons we aim to offer a wide variety of enrichment opportunities across all areas of the curriculum and provide students with the best information, advice and guidance to support them with realising future ambitions such as attending university.
You can read about some of our students’ successes in the case studies link as well as find out more about all of the above by navigating the links on this page.
Message from HPA Coordinator
My name is Joe Whiteman and since October 2016 I have led on strategies to cater for our students with high prior attainment. As well as this I am also KS4 coordinator of Mathematics and have a good understanding of how to prepare our students for their GCSE and A-level examinations.
It is essential that students who have high prior attainment are regularly challenged in every subject and are offered the best opportunity to excel in all areas of education. I work with all departments to ensure teachers are confident applying suitable strategies to stretch our HPA students.
HPA students can sometimes find the school journey difficult, as they are not prepared to make mistakes. They may find learning emotionally challenging due to such high expectations. Therefore we should strive to promote a growth mindset for these individuals to ensure they excel in all areas of their Hove Park experience.
Aiming Higher News
On Wednesday 12th June, the A level English Literature class, accompanied by Miss Caudle and Ms Schofield, travelled to London by train to see Arthur Miller’s play, ‘Death of a Salesman’ at the Young Vic theatre. This was a great chance to see one of our ex ..Read More
As part of Brighton Festival, Year 10 student Paige, is performing in Little Green Pig AMPLIFIED (https://brightonfestival.org/event/17447/little_green_pig_amplified/) alongside other young people from local schools on Saturday 18th May, 2019 at the Brighthelm Centre. Fol ..Read More
Hove Park students Alfie & Oliver have been celebrating recently and rightly so, against huge competition they both secured places at the prestigious BRIT School, the UK’s leading Performing and Creative Arts school. Below are their write ups highlighting their jour ..Read More
Yesterday, Ms Prentice (Senior Deputy Head Teacher) and Mr Roberts travelled to the House of Lords to attend a celebration event organised by The Education Foundation. Hove Park School won a national award highlighting the 50 schools from across the United Kingdom and Norther ..Read More