CP Riverside School

Price £85 per day
What’s on offer?

CP Riverside is an Alternative Provision Free School (DfE number: 892/1113)

CP Riverside School provides an academic education for students in Years 8-11, in a structured and nurturing school environment.  We are proud that our students can continue to belong to a school community and benefit from many positives that a school-based education can offer them.  Our culture is one of relationships, respect, restoration and results, recognising that often students who access alternative provision, benefit significantly from building positive relationships with staff and students and require an alternative approach to supporting and improving behaviour, character and engagement.

At CP Riverside, character is just as important as ability, and our character traits; confidence, positivity, resilience and acceptance, underpin our approach to personal development for each of our students.

Our students learn in classes of 4-8 students and receive expert teaching from our team of teachers and support staff.  Our curriculum enables all students to transition onto a meaningful and sustainable Post-16 destination enabling them to acquire knowledge that will help them to achieve qualifications and lead a happy and healthy life.

We are committed to supporting students to overcome barriers to learning, whether they be academic, social or emotional through our relational and intervention systems and programmes.


Academic qualifications:

GCSE: English Language, English Literature, Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Religious Education, History, Psychology,  Business, PE


Vocational qualifications:

BTEC Health & Social Care,  BTEC Public Services, NCFE Food, NCFE Managing Your Money and FCSE Spanish

Functional Skills:

Entry Level – Level 2 English and Maths

Our priority is for all students to achieve GCSE’s in English and Maths.  However, for those students for whom a Functional Skills qualification is most appropriate, we will facilitate teaching towards and entry to Functional Skills qualifications.


SEND provision:

We do not consider ourselves to have a SEND specialism, but will work with all commissioners in ascertaining whether or not our school can fully meet the SEND needs of all accepted students as part of our referral process.

Therapeutic/nurture/wellbeing support:

We adopt the PACE approach to support students who struggle to form attachments and to  strengthen the attachments of students where there have previously been no concerns.  Our Student Engagement Team provide emotional support for our students and their families.  All emotional and wellbeing support is tailored to the individual needs of the student.


  • KS3
  • KS4
  • GCSEs
  • Functional skills
  • Vocational qualifications
  • Full time
  • Part time
  • Medium term
  • Long term

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