Working with the local and wider community is of high importance to us at Rimrose Hope. Our school is continually developing opportunities for community cohesion. Our annual Great Get Together event allows children, parents, staff and friends to come together and celebrate our commonalities. Our school is very much at the heart of our wonderful community and we are fortunate to work with many local organisations and charities.
As a school we promote the Christian values of Stewardship, Endurance and Service and actively encourage our children to support our community by such things as collections for Harvest Festival, visits by the choir to local nursing homes and hospitals, collections for the Shoe Box Appeal and locally selected charities chosen by the children are but to name a few.
Some of the charities we regularly support are:
Some of the community groups we regularly work with are:
* Friends of Bowersdale Park
* Everton Football Club
* Dads, Lads and Lasses
* Sports coaches
* Beanstalk Reading Scheme
* Linacre Ward Church Commission
Working in partnership with Emmaus, Mersey Forest and Crosby High
The children have worked in partnership with Emmaus, Mersey Forest and Crosby High to develop our school grounds. The children learnt about the importance of green spaces and their impact on our planet. The children planted trees within our school grounds to develop our green area.
A helping hand for the community Pantry from Hope's Heroes. The children took donations to the Community Pantry in support of local families.
Crosby High School Tree Planting
The children of Rimrose Hope paid a visit to Crosby High School. Working alongside the Crosby High, the children worked hard to develop a green space within the school grounds by planting trees.