River House School

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River House School
Type Community Special School
Religion Non denominational
Head Teacher Mr. Michael Turner
Deputy Head Teachers Mr. Simon Constantinou
Mr. Robert Repper
Location Stratford Road
Henley-in-Arden
Warwickshire
B95 6AD
England Coordinates: 52°17′10″N 1°46′46″W / 52.286019°N 1.779313°W / 52.286019; -1.779313
Local authority Warwickshire
DfE URN 125795 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 51
Gender Boys
Ages 11–16

River House School is Warwickshire's day special school for secondary aged boys with serious and persisting emotional, behavioural, and social difficulties.

The school aims to provide a welcoming, safe and stable learning environment where pupils can learn the skills of acceptable behaviour and make good academic progress.

It is located in Henley-in-Arden, Warwickshire, England, taking pupils from within Warwickshire along with a small number of boys from neighbouring authorities. Students follow a standard timetable covering all core and many optional subjects. Students all have the chance to take part in many enrichment programs in and out of school. Trips and visits are an important part of school life at RHS.

The farm (The Barn Project)[edit]

At Riverhouse students help run the school farm, on the farm students look after pigs, chickens, rabbits, quails, and other small animals.

Governors[edit]

  • Mr Kenneth Mitchell[1]

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