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Rivermead/Mid Kent College Partnership

Rivermead/MidKent College Partnership


The Rivermead/Mid Kent College Partnership Provision is run for 16-19 year old learners with Special Educational/Additional Needs as outlined in their Education Health and Care Plans. While Rivermead School is primarily a specialist provider for learners with Autistic Spectrum Disorder, the Sixth Form also supports a variety of other complex needs and multiple diagnoses.


Rivermead staff from school support at the college within a base room where learners access a 5-day-a-week wraparound service to ensure that the ‘every child can achieve’ ethos from the School is embedded into the joint Sixth Form. Individualised timetables are created and reviewed for each learner transitioning from School to College. These include course support, group and individual interventions, college and community inclusion and independent careers guidance which ensures that we are preparing our learners not just for college but to become successful adults in the future.


The Rivermead/Mid Kent College Partnership has 100% progression and retention rates for learners who either progress onto other college course, apprenticeships or employment.

Who to contact

Telephone
01634 338348
E-mail
office@rivermead.medway.sch.uk
Website
Rivermead/MidKent College Partnership

Where to go

Address
Rivermead School
Forge Lane
Gillingham
Kent
Postcode
ME7 1UG

When is it on?

Date & Time Information
5 day a week wraparound service

Other Details

Referral required?
Yes
Referral and availability notes

In order to apply for the Rivermead/Mid Kent College Partnership applicants must have an Education Heath and Care Plan.

  • It is advisable that learners and their families attend a Partnership open evening in either June (for year 10’s) or October (for year 11’s) to see whether we are the right provision for you.
  • Applicants are required to make a dual application – one to the Rivermead Partnership and a second to Mid Kent College for their chosen course.
  • Applications can be made to the Rivermead Partnership by notifying the Local Authority who will send on the Education Health and Care Plan to be considered by a panel at Rivermead.
  • Applications can be made to Mid Kent College for their chosen course by accessing their website: www.midkent.ac.uk (if applying to the Rivermead Partnership support is available to help complete the college application).

Upon successful completion of the application process the Rivermead/Mid Kent College Partnership will make offers and learners will be supported on their transition from school to college.     

Age Range
16-19
Disablities:
Autism, Communication and interaction, Learning difficulty,

Local Offer

Local Offer Disabilities
Learning difficulty
Communication and interaction
Autism
Local Offer Age Bands
Transitions to Adulthood (16+)
Needs Level
Medium
High
Low
SEN Provision Type
Special school
Targeted
Specialist

Special Needs Support

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