Homes for sale near William Roper Hull School in Calgary. 

William Roper Hull School is operated as a partnership between the Calgary Board of Education and Hull Services. We offer highly specialized and individualized programs that focus on the development of academic, vocational and daily living skills for students with behavioral, emotional, social and mental health challenges. It is our conviction that each of our students has the potential to be a contributing member of society.

Hull School offers a therapeutic setting that meets the academic and treatment needs of individual students ranging from Grades 1 - 12. Students are placed in classrooms based on their academic and treatment programs. Each classroom has one teacher and at least two educational child and youth care workers. In addition to classrooms at Hull School, we have “satellite” classrooms in three community schools. We call these STAR classrooms (Student Transition and Reintegration).

A strength-based model is used at Hull School to help students achieve success in both their behavior and academic programs. We provide a quality learning environment that empowers our youth to build a sense of responsibility, gain self-knowledge, learn to respect themselves and others, and encourages students to experience academic, occupational and personal success. We believe that when children feel safe and cared for they are predisposed to learn, and that the best learning occurs when the home, school and community work as a collaborative team to bring about positive long-term change.

William Roper Hull School is committed to providing a caring environment that empowers children and youth to experience academic, occupational, and personal success and to become engaged and contributing members of the larger community.

William Roper Hull School
2266 Woodpark Ave SW Calgary, AB T2W 2Z8
Phone: 403-251-8022
Grades: 1-12
Programs:
School Type: Unique

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GRADES
1-12
WARD
13
AREA
6
TOTAL ENROLLMENT
108
SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
Joseph Sturgeon
TRUSTEE
Julie Hrdlicka
EDUCATION DIRECTOR
Martin Poirier

PROGRAMS

Grade 1 1
Grade 2 3
Grade 3 3
Grade 4 5
Grade 5 7
Grade 6 6
Grade 7 10
Grade 8 11
Grade 9 17
Grade 10 14
Grade 11 24
Grade 12 7

William Roper Hull School is operated as a partnership between the CBE and Hull Services. We offer highly specialized and individualized programs that focus on the development of academic and vocational skills for students with behavioral and emotional difficulties.

Students are primarily referred to us through Hull Services and the CBE's Special Education Services Department. The program offers a therapeutic school setting that meets the academic and treatment needs of individual students, ranging from Grades 1-12.

Our primary focus is to establish a healthy sense of belonging for all of our students, offer them opportunities to achieve mastery, support their independence, and allow them to give back to their community. In 2010, we became an active part of the Trauma-Sensitive School Initiative with the CBE. We have adopted a trauma-informed framework: Attachment, Self-regulation, and Competency (ARC) (Blaustein & Kinniburgh, 2010). This has helped guide our practice in the classrooms, supporting those who have experienced trauma in their lives. Most recently, we have joined Hull Agency in partnership with the ChildTrauma Academy.

Our Program
William Roper Hull School has about 130 students, Grades 1 to 12. Students are placed in classrooms based on their academic and treatment needs. Each classroom has one teacher and at least two educational child and youth care workers. We also have “satellite” classrooms in three community schools. We call these STAR classrooms (Student Transition And Reintegration). Some students will transition to these classes.


Our goal is to make school interesting and consistent. We will encourage and support you as you learn new skills. When we see inappropriate behavior, staff will work with you to understand the reasons for the behavior and how to manage the situation better in the future.

The staff at William Roper Hull School are trained to help students in the best way possible. Below are some of the approaches we use:

ARC
It is a way of understanding how children learn. It stands for Attachment, Self-Regulation, and Competency. Through ARC we understand that students need to feel safe and trust the adults in their life in order to feel healthy and happy. We will try our best to develop a good relationship with you as well as help you to learn.
NMT
Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics. This approach helps staff understand typical brain development and how some things can change how children’s brains grow and learn. With this understanding, our staff helps students learn about themselves, how to get along with others, and strategies to re-focus and regulate.

Circle of Courage
Our staff is also trained in the Circle of Courage. You will hear words like generosity, mastery, independence and belonging throughout your school day. (see further below)
Individual Program Plans (IPP’s) & Individual Crisis Management Plan (ICMP’s)
All students attending Hull School have an Individual Program Plan (IPP). When students first come to the school there is a six-week assessment. During this time, the students and the classroom staff develop an IPP. Each IPP is unique and covers the goals the students are working toward at school, how students can best be supported by the staff, and how long it may take for them to reach their goals. Any special supports or services will be noted in the IPP.

At the end of the six-week assessment, each IPP is reviewed with the student, their parents/caregivers, and other people who are involved in the student’s life. After this first review, a meeting is held every three months to look over the IPP goals and discuss the student’s progress.

During the first six weeks, the classroom staff and school transition counselor will also be working with each student to create an Individual Crisis Management Plan (ICMP). This document is designed to help the classroom staff get to know the students better and learn how best to support them. The ICMP is used to identify individual student triggers, escalation, outburst and recovery stages including the strategies that staff can use to help the student through the phases. The ICMP will include behaviors we might see if students are getting frustrated and what strategies we can use to help them regulate and regain a sense of calm and safety so that they can continue their day engaged in learning and other activities.

Twice a year, teachers prepare a progress report which focuses largely on academic work..

Literacy
Our school helps all students develop their reading and writing skills through various programs:

NATURE: (Need At least Twenty minutes Uninterrupted Reading Everyday). Every day your whole class, including staff, read silently for 20 minutes. You choose what you read. The whole school reads during this special reading time.
The Literacy teacher provides both individual and small group instructions for some students who need help in improving reading and writing skills. The Kaplan Spell Read program is one way students learn to improve reading. Another way is by spending time reading with the literacy teacher.

Circle of Courage
Circle of Courage, which originates from Indigenous parenting practices, has been the underlying philosophy at William Roper Hull School for many years. The Circle of Courage describes four universal growth needs of all children: Belonging, Mastery, Independence, and Generosity. A medicine wheel helps to illustrate the four quadrants that make a whole circle. Thus, our primary focus is to establish a healthy sense of Belonging for all of our students, offer them opportunities to achieve Mastery, support their Independence, and allow them to give back to their community through acts of Generosity. Visit the Circle of Courage website for more information.

The Circle of Courage is used to develop self-awareness and empathy in students. This philosophy centers on the belief that a healthy "whole" person has developed an appropriate balance between four key personal and interpersonal factors:

sense of belonging,
sense of mastery,
sense of generosity,
sense of independence.
Teaching around the Circle of Courage is used extensively to encourage students to examine their own actions and the actions of others. Students are asked to look critically beyond an immediate event to explore the relationship between belonging, mastery, generosity, and independence, and an individual^s actions. Underlying issues that may result in inappropriate behaviors are examined as reactions to an imbalance or a lack in one of the necessary factors.

Trauma Informed Practice
In 2010, we became an active part of the Trauma Sensitive School Initiative with CBE.

We have adopted a trauma-informed framework: Attachment, Self-regulation, and Competency (ARC).

We are aware that many of our students may have been exposed to traumatic experiences and/or have had broken relationships that impact who they are today. The ARC theory emphasizes the necessity of first building positive relationships in order to develop more complex competencies such as self-regulation, social skills, problem-solving, insight, etc. More information can be found at www.traumacenter.org

Hull Agency has also partnered with the ChildTrauma Academy which promotes NMT (Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics) under the direction of Dr. Bruce Perry. Our education and training in NMT has offered our program a developmentally-informed, and trauma-sensitive lens that increases our understanding of and empathy toward our students. For more information go to www.childtrauma.org.

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Listing information last updated on July 14th, 2020 at 12:01pm CDT.

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