The Rise School educates and supports children and young people with autism, aged 4-19 years, enabling them to access a broad and challenging curriculum alongside pupils at mainstream school.
At the same time as concentrating on our pupils’ academic and social learning, we focus strongly on the transition to adult life, working with pupils and their families to maximise access to further and higher education and employment. We have high expectations for our pupils, focusing not just on where they are aged six or 16, but also on where they will be aged 30.
The Rise School is co-located with Feltham Community College in West London, a mainstream secondary school. By co-locating with Feltham Community College, we enable our pupils to access the national curriculum at broadly age appropriate levels whilst receiving the specialist support they need. We offer a broad range of qualifications including GCSEs, A-levels, and vocational BTECs.
The Rise School uses a personalised, multi-disciplinary and evidence-based approach to enable young people to learn and achieve. Every pupil has access to a team of qualified teachers, behaviour specialists, and allied health professionals.
Org type: Special Needs
Funding status: State – Free School
GenderMixedAge range4 – 19 years