That works with children in East Herts and Broxbourne who are experiencing difficulties in mainstream secondary school because of their social, emotional and mental health difficulties.
Having respect for ourselves, other people and our environment.
Developing positive relationships and behaviours with peers, staff and family.
A never give up attitude which equips pupils with the drive to succeed in even the most challenging of circumstances.
To move on to the next stage of life, be it back into mainstream school or on to new opportunities after year 11.
Key Stage 3
At the Key Stage 3 Centre in Hertford, pupils either attend for an agreed period of respite or for a longer period while next steps are arranged.
Key Stage 4
The Key Stage 4 centre in Hoddesdon provides education for year 10 and 11 pupils. Many pupils are supported to reintegrate back into mainstream school once it has been identified that they are likely to be successful.
We aim to provide short term intervention to facilitate long term change. By providing early intervention for pupils with emotional and behavioural difficulties and support for our colleagues in schools, we aim to reduce the need for fixed term and permanent exclusion.
This support is provided within the pupil's school. The aim is to reduce problems and prevent further escalation of challenging behaviour and to re-engage students with their learning. The focus is behaviour for learning.
At Rivers ESC, students study GCSE English Language and Literature.
Functional Skills in English
A pupil studying for Functional Skills English qualifications. Pupils also study Functional Skills Maths.
BTEC First in Sport
Pupils playing Badminton as part of their BTEC Sport lesson.
A practical course to inspire and challenge pupils of all abilities and aspirations.
BTEC Home Cooking Skills
Lessons in how to prepare nutritious, practical and economical recipes in your own home.