Riverside School is maintained by the Education Department of Hampshire County Council. It is a special school for children experiencing a complex range of needs associated with learning difficulties, including children with Autistic Spectrum Conditions (ASCs), children with physical needs, speech and language difficulties. The school can take up to 105 children. The majority of children are aged between 4 and 11.
Letter from our Head teacher
Hello and welcome to our school's website.
Riverside is a happy and hardworking school.
We take pride in everything that we do and enjoy celebrating all our successes. Please take time to visit the different parts of the website where you will see how we support our pupils to develop and learn. Our Year 5 & 6 pupils took part in an election on May 7th, learning to present a Manifesto and make a choice in the voting booth - helping us to understand how a democracy works! Alan Mak, our local MP then visited in September and we asked him lots of questions. Woodpecker class are planning a return visit to the Houses of Parliament during the spring term. More photos of our activities, including the old Year 6’s residential trip to Fairthorne Manor, can be found in the School News section.
We are currently covered in scaffolding as we under go the renovation of the roof! Our car park is being used by the builders so please park off site and follow the safe walking route to the office.
If you would like to know more about who we are and what we do, please do contact our school office to arrange a visit.