Welcome and thank you for showing an interest in our College.
Robertsbridge Community College is a popular, energetic and welcoming all-inclusive 11-16 school situated in a thriving village. It is a College where we are as passionate about developing our students as we are about developing our staff.
Our vision at Robertsbridge Community College is clear: to ensure that we constantly challenge ourselves and our pupils to aspire to be our very best, enjoying learning and being active members of the College. We offer a wide range of subjects, ensuring that we cater for a diverse range of interests and aptitudes. We expect the highest standards of behaviour, respect and tolerance for others. In addition, every pupil is expected to work hard to make the best of everything that the College has to offer through our curriculum and our enrichment opportunities.Read More View our latest ofsted report
Welcome to our new website; we hope you like it.
We've added lots of new features and it should prove really useful. Whether you're after the term dates, uniform information, our latest newsletter, or just can't remember how to log on to ClassCharts - it's all here.
Some parts of the site are still being updated so if you find the occasional page lacking content, rest assured - we're working on it!
We Are A Nut-Free School!
Please be aware that we have several students that suffer from severe nut allergies. For this reason Robertsbridge Community College is a nut free school.
This means that students must not bring any nut products on to the site.
Thank you for your cooperation and support with this policy.
Have You Logged on to ClassCharts yet?
We are using ClassCharts for - among other things - homework and rewards. Parents and students have access via the portal or through the dedicated app. If you haven't logged in yet, and would like to - see our ClassCharts page on this website.
Specialist SEN Facility: Consultation
Following a review of special education needs (SEN) provision in the county, East Sussex County Council concluded that there is a gap in specialist provision in mainstream secondary schools for pupils with a primary need of specific learning difficulties, with associated special educational needs (e.g. anxiety and high functioning autism) in the east of the county.
To address this provision gap, ESCC is consulting on a proposal to establish a specialist facility for 12 secondary age pupils at Robertsbridge Community College.
The specialist facility would open in September 2020.
The consultation document can be downloaded from this link: