Robertsbridge Community College
On Foot or by Bicycle
Walking and cycling: arguably the most reliable methods by which to reach college on time, and to easily head home as soon as college ends with no need to wait for transport! The college has on site bike racks available to students who cycle in. If you wish to reach the college on foot or by bike you may want to plan your route using Google Maps:
Bus / Coach
We are served by a number bus routes and a large number of our students travel to college this way.
At the time of writing the bus companies operating the routes which serve the college are primarily Stagecoach and Rambler.
Stagecoach Bus Information
To find the route you need you may want to look at the Stagecoach South East network map available from the following page:
There is also the option to use their Journey Planner to establish the best route (the postcode for the college is TN32 5EA):
If you know the route number you need, and just wish to obtain a timetable then these can be downloaded from the following page:
For information on concessionary fares and discounted fares specific to Stagecoach buses, including East Sussex student bus passes (the 'studentrider') please visit this site:
Rambler Bus Information
For the Rambler routes and times please visit the following site:
Alternatively you can download the school run timetables direct from Rambler's own website:
General Bus Information (inc. timetable sources and concessionary fares)
You can additionally find current timetables, bus routes and services across the area on the East Sussex Interactive Bus Map:
Alternatively you may carry out a search using the following site:
For information on concessionary or discounted fares you may wish to visit the East Sussex County Council web page for this purpose:
The college is just a ten minute walk from the local rail station 'Robertsbridge'.
For information on train times, routes and fares please visit the National Rail website:
Robertsbridge is a small rural college which was built in a time when cars were not so common. Access to the site is via a fairly narrow cul de sac. At peak times such as the start and end of the college day, and during major parent events the site can become very congested. At the end of the day a large number of buses enter the college site and this prevents any movement of cars from approximately 3pm and until they have departed.
For these reasons, and to reduce vehicle movement on site while students are entering and leaving the buildings, we request that parents do not drive on to the site unless essential and instead drop and collect students who are driven to college at the crossroads between Knelle Road and Langham Road or another suitable nearby location. Please also be mindful of our neighbours, ensuring that you do not block their driveways when waiting to collect your child at the end of school.
If you do have to drive on to the site please ensure that you park only in a marked bay. Hatched areas must be kept clear to enable the buses which serve the college from navigating the roundabout. Parking outside of a bay will block other parked cars inconveniencing others and / or will block buses and can therefore not be permitted.