Welcome to Rise@GHC - a new learning centre for pupils with specific special educational needs
Rise@GHC is a brand new learning centre for young people with specific learning needs is opening in Bracknell Forest in September 2015. The specialist unit, funded by Bracknell Forest Council and a grant from the Department for Education, will serve pupils aged 11-19 with high functioning autistic spectrum conditions living in Bracknell Forest and other local authorities.
The new centre will be part of Garth Hill College, but will operate in dedicated buildings within a ten minute walk and two minute drive of the main Garth Hill site.
The vision for Rise@GHC is one of personal growth, development and attainment for pupils that might struggle attending a mainstream setting on a full-time basis. We are able to bridge that gap in offering a more personalised environment. Our aim is to make this a valued resource in the community, especially for families of children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.
I look forward to updating you on the progress of Rise@GHC. Do not hesitate to contact me if you wish to discuss Rise@GHC with me in more detail.
Karen Rice - Head of Rise@GHC