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‘From humble beginnings, come great things’. There are a plethora of quotes with gravitas and relevance that can be called upon when asked to articulate the heart of one’s journey. For many it could be said that this quote is one of the most inspiring and beloved citations that can be used when describing our favourite stories – particularly those depicting earnest perseverance, innovative thinking, and how to turn hopes and dreams into shining realities.  As a school, we could do worse than to choose the above. - See more at: http://www.newschoolsnetwork.org/what-are-free-schools/free-school-views/the-rise-school-%E2%80%98from-humble-beginnings-come-great-things%E2%80%99#sthash.rRmJB8h3.dpuf
‘From humble beginnings, come great things’. There are a plethora of quotes with gravitas and relevance that can be called upon when asked to articulate the heart of one’s journey. For many it could be said that this quote is one of the most inspiring and beloved citations that can be used when describing our favourite stories – particularly those depicting earnest perseverance, innovative thinking, and how to turn hopes and dreams into shining realities.  As a school, we could do worse than to choose the above. - See more at: http://www.newschoolsnetwork.org/what-are-free-schools/free-school-views/the-rise-school-%E2%80%98from-humble-beginnings-come-great-things%E2%80%99#sthash.rRmJB8h3.dpuf
‘From humble beginnings, come great things’. There are a plethora of quotes with gravitas and relevance that can be called upon when asked to articulate the heart of one’s journey. For many it could be said that this quote is one of the most inspiring and beloved citations that can be used when describing our favourite stories – particularly those depicting earnest perseverance, innovative thinking, and how to turn hopes and dreams into shining realities.  As a school, we could do worse than to choose the above. READ MORE

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Transforming The Lives Of  Young People With Autism

The Rise School supports children and young people with autism aged 4-19 to access a broad and challenging curriculum alongside mainstream pupils. Based in West London, The Rise School is located on the site of a mainstream school (Feltham Community College), enabling pupils to access a wide range of learning and social opportunities whilst still receiving the specialist support they need.

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What's Happening

 
New Build Update - Spring 2016
(08 Feb 2016)
 
It’s been a busy start to the year over at the new build and the new school is really starting to take shape!
Classrooms are getting painted and new tables & chairs have been delivered. Last week work started on the playground including new swings, trampolines and games area!  
 
Headteacher, Sarah Roscoe, said “These are such exciting times for the whole school community as we await our new school building. Our pupils and staff have been so very creative and positively embraced our current accommodation for 18 months now.  I am so incredibly proud of the community and will be so pleased that they will all soon be in their new school building. The whole community deserves the very best learning environment  and this is what our new build offers us all. Exciting times!”
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