Welcome to Rise Carr College and thankyou for taking time to read our website.
Inclusion is at the heart of everything that we do and we have an excellent reputation for working positively and purposefully with young people and their families to support them throughout their educational path. We fundamentally believe in the development of the whole child. Our aim is for all of our students to lead successful, independent lives, both in the workplace and in their relationships with others, and to ensure that each child has the opportunity to be the best that they can be.
Our staff are fully committed to making a difference to every young person that attends Rise Carr. The college provides specialist support for all of our students within a safe and secure environment. We encourage, nurture and celebrate individual success and there is a clear sense of purpose to develop the students’ academic potential. We achieve this through teaching, modelling and sharing how to be healthy, safe and show resilience, be resourceful and empathic.
All of our students are assessed on entry using a range of assessment methods, and a highly personalised education package is provided for them. Progress is carefully monitored and supported by a dedicated staff who work hard to make sure that every student is given every opportunity to be successful.
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