The Rise School (Ambitious about Autism)

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The Rise School is registered with the Department for Education as SEND Free School and opened in September 2014. It is co-located with Tudor Park Education Trust on Browells Lane, Feltham, TW13 7EF. 
 
The Rise School is for pupils between 4-18 years old who are able to access an age-appropriate curriculum but find it difficult to thrive in a mainstream environment. They are educated in small classes of 8 pupils with additional support from Teaching and Learning Assistants.  Our curriculum is carefully designed to take into consideration their holistic development.  Two pillars underpin all that we do at The Rise: the academic and social progress of our pupils.  
 
The curriculum is divided into nine zones, each of which contributes to the development of the key skills (academic and personal) in order to be successful: 
 
Social Curriculum/Personal Development 
English/Literacy 
Maths/Numeracy 
Science 
History/Topic 
Computing 
Vocational  
Arts  
Body  
 
Our social curriculum is a fourth “core” subject and is essential for the well-rounded development and well being for our young people and consists of PSHE and Citizenship, Well being and Yoga lessons.  
 
   Pupils work towards a range of qualifications at KS4 which include: 
Functional Maths  
GCSE Maths  
IGCSE English  
Entry Level Science  
GCSE Science  
BTEC Level 2 Food Tech  
iMedia Level 2   
City and Guilds Level 1 Construction.  
Duke of Edinburgh  
 
Learning also takes place outside of the classroom with a large number of trips – both in the community and into wider London.  Furthermore, pupils are able to sign up to a wide range of extracurricular clubs.  Clubs we have offered over the last year include:  
Animation & IT, cooking, yoga, science, construction, art, mindful colouring, chess/board games, Spanish, football, American football, basketball, badminton, gym – secondary, athletics –primary, music – African drumming, music – choir, karate, horticulture. 
 
As we a co-located with a mainstream Secondary school (Springwest Academy) there are opportunities for pupils to join particular lessons there.   
 
We have a full time Speech and Language Therapist and a Occupational Therapist on staff who provide individual sessions with pupils in order to meet any needs identified in their Education and Health Care Plans.  
 
We know with the right support and opportunities, children and young people with autism can learn, thrive and achieve.  
 
For more information please visit our website: http://www.theriseschool.com/ 
 

Service details

Referral required?
Yes
Who needs to make the referral?
Who can refer me? Local authorities. 
Age Range
3-18 years
Cost(s)
Amount
Cost by arrangement
Additional Information

All staff are DBS checked and trained in supporting autistic children and young people Safeguarding policy: http://www.theriseschool.com/sites/theriseschool/files/Child%20Safeguarding%20%26%20Protection%20Policy%20-%20V2.2.pdf 

SEND information 

SEND Details

 
The Rise School is for autistic pupils between 4-18 years old who are able to access an age-appropriate curriculum but find it difficult to thrive in a mainstream environment. They are educated in small classes of 8 pupils with additional support from Teaching and Learning Assistants.  Our curriculum is carefully designed to take into consideration their holistic development.  Two pillars underpin all that we do at The Rise: the academic and social progress of our pupils.  

Environment

Wheelchair accessible building with disabled toilets with handrails.

Where to go

Name of venue
The Rise School 
Venue address
Browells Lane
Feltham   
Feltham, Middlesex
Postcode
TW13 7EF

Who to contact

Name
Helen Ralston
Telephone
020 8099 0640
Email
info@theriseschool.com
Website
www.theriseschool.com
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