About our school
Rossbourne School is an independent, co-educational, non-denominational secondary school for students identified as having learning difficulties.
Our culture and approach is strategically planned so students have the opportunity to achieve their full potential, educationally and socially.
We believe that each student should have an Individual Learning Plan, catering for individual learning needs that supports personal and academic development.
To be a world leading school known for its unique and innovative neuro-diverse educational programs where students’ potential is unlocked so they can achieve their best as global citizens.
Rossbourne’s purpose is to enhance the life chances of its students by putting them at the centre of learning, and creating opportunities to develop independence, social connection, resilience, and respectful relationships.
Our mission is to nurture our students as they develop self-worth and confidence. To empower them to realise their strengths so they will build foundations for personal achievements, creating opportunities to define their own success in making a positive contribution to our community.
For self and others
Knowledge, experience and ideas
Not leaving others behind
Seeking support and strategies to recover quickly
Being trustworthy and responsible
From the Principal
It is a great honour to lead a school whose purpose is to provide an enriched learning environment, embedded in an inclusive culture where students are guided to develop into engaged and confident learners.
Rossbourne takes great care in preparing students to become socially adept, promoting personal commitment and collaborative learning, leading students to experience a great sense of belonging and connection - with the school, theirs peers and staff.
Rossbourne School is a unique secondary school catering for the needs of students who find social and academic success within a mainstream school difficult because of neuro-developmental challenges.
Our purpose is to enhance the life chances of our students by putting them at the centre of learning, and creating opportunities to develop independence, social connection, resilience and respectful relationships.