Key Stage 4 Alternative Education Provision for students aged 14-16

Key Stage 4 Alternative Education Provision for students aged 14-16

Key Stage 4 Alternative Education Provision for students aged 14-16

Key Stage 4 Alternative Education Provision for students aged 14-16

Key Stage 4 Alternative Education Provision for students aged 14-16

Key Stage 4 Alternative Education Provision for students aged 14-16

Key Stage 4 Alternative Education Provision for students aged 14-16

Welcome

WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE OUR REOPENING – TAKING INTO ACCOUNT COVID-19 PREVENTIVE MEASURES – FROM MONDAY 15TH JUNE.

IF YOU ARE ONE OF OUR STUDENTS OR THE PARENT OR CARER OF A CBC STUDENT, WHO NEEDS TO CONTACT US URGENTLY, PLEASE EMAIL AT cbcadmin@nrhs.redbridge.sch.uk OR PHONE 07857 532848

The Constance Bridgeman Centre is a Key Stage 4 Pupil Referral Unit. It is part of the New Rush Hall Group, along with the New Rush Hall School, Redbridge Alternative Provision, (formerly Redbridge Tuition Service) the Behaviour Support Outreach Service and Education at Brookside Psychiatric Adolescent Unit.

The Centre can accommodate up to forty students in Years 10 and 11 and typically acquires these students as referrals from the Redbridge Inclusion Panel.

 

 

The Centre

The Centre relocated in July 2016 from a prefabricated modular building in the grounds of Redbridge College to a specifically designed area within the East Wing of the College. In September 2017 Redbridge College amalgamated with Tower Hamlets and Hackney Colleges to become New City College.

Our mission is to provide disaffected and challenging students with a high quality educational experience which improves their life chances and helps them develop self-awareness and self-regulation.  All staff are aware of this commitment and work hard to maximise opportunities for the children with whom we work.