Robertsbridge Community College
East Sussex, United Kingdom
About Robertsbridge Community College
Robertsbridge Community College is a mixed, non-selective, non-denominational secondary school situated in Robertsbridge, East Sussex. There are approximately 650 students at the school between 11-16 years.
Formerly Robertsbridge County Secondary School, the school opened in 1955. It closed in 1993 but re-opened in the same year as Robertsbridge Community College. It holds specialist status in mathematics and computing.
Mr Kenny Fitzpatrick
Values and vision
Robertson Community College wants all pupils to develop into independent and creative learners in a supportive and inspiring learning environment. The school wishes for students to grow into confident citizens, who are fully prepared for life in a modern and ever changing world. The East Sussex secondary school's vision is for students to enjoy learning and to become independent learners and recognise their talents and interests, while being supported by nurturing staff. The school follows six core values: progress, responsibility, confidence, engagement and respect. An inclusive community ethos is built through the school encouraging a strong partnership with parents. Students are encouraged to gain skills and interests outside of the classroom and a wide range of extra-curricular activities are on offer, ranging from sports to music club. Leadership is valued by the school and students have the opportunity to apply for a place on its active Student Council.
“Students’ behaviour around the school and in lessons is very good. They are polite, courteous and respectful towards adults and each other. They value the community ethos of the school and are proud of its friendly and caring atmosphere. They cooperate well with staff and one another, and enjoy working in teams or groups”.