Robertsbridge Community College


Please note that this page contains careers guidance and information for students of Robertsbridge Community College. If you are seeking information about opportunities to join our staff team please visit our Vacancies page.


The School Careers Leader is Laura Linch

01580 880360 ext. 297


Please feel free to contact Laura Linch in regards to opportunities, support and guidance relating to careers provision at Robertsbridge Community College. We are actively seeking input and support from our local community.

Commitment to the Quality in Careers Standard

We are proud to have held this award for the past 6 years and we are pleased to confirm that the Governors and staff of Robertsbridge Community College are committed to gaining The Quality in Careers Standard during re-assessment this academic year. 


We have incorporated this goal into the curriculum implementation plans/maps for each subject. Our aim is to provide an outstanding programme of careers education, information, advice and guidance activities that satisfy national requirements and provide guidance which enables us to address the career development needs of all our students. 


Please contact Laura Linch, our Careers Leader for matters relating to our progress through the Quality in Careers Standard with Investor in Careers.


RCC Careers Twitter Feed

Mrs Linch, our Careers Coordinator, operates a Twitter account which can be found at the following address:

Careers Annual Programme

Our Careers Programme is available to download via the link below. A number of FAQs are also answered in the document.

Careers Information 2020-21

We would love your feedback on our Careers Programme, so if you have time, and are able to, we'd welcome your comments on the form linked below:

Careers Programme Feedback Form

Robertsbridge Community College Provider Access Policy

We welcome visiting professionals to our College to broaden our students learning opportunities and enhance their knowledge of future career options. The policy, available for download below, sets out the school’s arrangements for managing the access of providers to pupils at the school for the purpose of giving them information about the provider’s education or training offer. This complies with the school’s legal obligations under Section 42B of the Education Act 1997.

Would you like to help us?

If you would like an informal chat about how you could support our careers programme in school then please email You could share our careers events on your social media, you could join our alumni network of past students, you could come in and give a talk about your career and life journey so far, you could help us out with an event. Whatever it might be, we’d love to hear from you!


Provider Access Policy 2020-21

Alumni / Future First

If you are a former student who is willing to share information about your journey through education and beyond, we would love to hear from you! 

 Please complete this form to register as a member of our Alumni:



College Taster Days and Year 10 & 11 Transitions

College taster days are being moved to virtual days due to Covid-19. Please see the documentation below for further information:

All students in Yr 10 are expected to go on work experience. Please complete all your forms and enter your placement details at the following website. 

Many thanks

Aspire Login

Careers Guidance 1-to-1 Sessions

Unsure of your next steps? What you need to do to get your dream job? Have no idea what your dream job might be?

Our level 7 Careers Guidance Councillor Mrs Hannah Courtney Bennett is in school twice a month and is available for all students who would like advice to have meetings. If you would like a meeting please see Mrs Linch to book or email

We also have an in-house level 6 trained Careers Advisor available to all students across all year groups to give careers information, advice and guidance and to support students in KS3 with their transitions through options into KS4.

Current Opportunities 

Any current opportunities for careers can be found on the careers student noticeboards in college. These are situated in the C block corridor and upstairs in the Sports Hall outside the Careers Hub. Opportunities will also be linked from this page when appropriate.

New Careers E-Pack Available

A new Careers E-Pack is available to view for help, advice and in-depth information. Please click the link below to access:

National Careers Service E-Pack


Careerometer: A tool to compare jobs.

Use the Careerometer by following the link to compare different jobs - Salary, working hours,etc:

Labour Market Information

What is Labour Market Information? 

Labour Market Information (LMI) is a useful tool to help research future jobs in the local area, understand the skills needed for certain roles and the demand for future employment.

 LMI helps to break down the complex ‘world of work’– ranging from descriptions of different careers, their entry routes, promotional prospects, salaries paid, skills and qualifications needed, etc. Crucially for young people, LMI also covers future demand – what kinds of jobs will be in demand after leaving school and what kinds of skills will be needed.


Why is Labour Market Information Important to Young People?

 ‘It is vital, in an environment where new industries are emerging and many of the most important jobs of the future don’t yet exist, that individuals have access to high-quality labour market information and earnings data to underpin their choices’. Anne Milton MP

 We have sourced some links and resources for you to explore Labour Market Information both locally and nationally.





 Compare the Labour Market by region, job type and company

 UK Labour Market projections 2014 – 2024


Careerometer (LMI for All)

 Use the Careerometer below to compare different jobs — salary, working hours, etc. Just click the dotted square. Type in the first career that you think you might be interested in and select from the drop-down list, then add your second choice to see the comparison.


 New Careers Policy

In keeping up to date with recent developments with CEIAG in school we have updated our Careers Policy. You can download the latest version from our Policies page on this website.

Fast Tomato!

As a school we have paid to sign up to this interactive online programme called Fast Tomato! If you are unsure about your future career choices take part in the quiz and you will be matched with a selection of careers that may suit you. This will also give in-depth information about a whole range of career choices with videos and online guidance available.

Please see Mrs Linch or email to request our schools code. This information will also be displayed on the careers board in school.