Rising Stars, Francis Askew Site

What is Rising Stars?

Rising Stars is our enhanced targeted provision that provides an alternative to accessing Rise Academy’s core pathways. The provision is primarily for students with cognition and learning and speech language and communication needs. They may also have sensory, or other physical impairments or disabilities. Rising Stars is situated on the site of Francis Askew Primary School, in a separate building, with all of its own facilities.

Our aim is to provide an outstanding education that ensures all students make academic progress, regardless of their SEN needs, but also develop the skills to be able to take their place in society as a responsible adult that can make a positive contribution to their community.

Who are we? We are an enhanced targeted provision which caters for KS3 students with moderate learning difficulties. We are made up of qualified teachers, advanced needs practitioners and experienced teaching assistants.

Where are we? We are based on the site of Francis Askew Primary School on North Road in West Hull. We have a separate building with our own facilities.

What do we do? We provide full-time education for children with cognition and learning and speech and language and communication needs who have Educational Health Care Plans. Our curriculum is a blend of academic teaching, social skills, independence skills and enrichment opportunities.

How did we start? Before the 2021-2022 academic year we were an outreach and in reach provision for children with SEMH at KS2 and KS3. This academic year we have now become an enhanced targeted provision with a focus on academic study and independence and life skills. We currently have 15 year 7 students who are taught in three classes. We will be expanding in September to take another group of children.

For more information, please feel free to contact us on: 01482 697673


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