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At Robsack Wood Primary Academy we put children first.

We aim high. They aim high. And every child succeeds.

It’s a unique setting, where children can join our nursery at three months old and stay until they leave for secondary school at eleven.

Start your child’s journey

Caroline Thayre, Executive Principal


We welcome you and your child to visit us on our upcoming open days/evening to see the fantastic opportunities available at Robsack Wood Primary Academy. 

We understand that choosing the right school for your child is an important and personal decision. The best place to start is by planning a visit where you’ll meet teachers and pupils, take a tour and have the opportunity to get a real feel of what we offer. 

Below you’ll see a list of our open events, with links to register for a place.  

Remember the deadline for is the 15 January 2022 for primary applications. 

Virtual open events 

Wednesday 3 November at 5pm

Wednesday 17 November at 4.40pm 

Open events

Wednesday 3 November at 1.30pm 

Tuesday 9 November at 9.30am

Wednesday 17 November at 9.30 am 



If you have any questions, please contact us.

We look forward to seeing you soon! 



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We build children’s skills year by year. We teach them how to employ their knowledge so they can take control of their learning.

At the heart of everything we do, is reading. It’s the key that unlocks the world.

And we keep our children interested. Art, music, dance and drama are integral parts of our curriculum; we’re proud to be an Artsmark Gold awarded school. A host of extracurricular activities and sports adds even more to their experience.

Through our Pupil Voice, learning ambassadors, business ambassadors, peer mediators and sports leaders, children develop the skills they need to become citizens of the future.

We all know that learning can take place anywhere, and at our academy it really does.

We have fantastic outdoor facilities, including a field, a multi-use games area and woodland. Here children learn about plants and animals, as well as building dens and making fires. Team activities develop their confidence and self-esteem.

Our dedicated dance, drama and music space gives children pride in their creative pursuits. While frequent educational trips teach children about their local area.

We have created an Early Years Village which provides a specialist learning environment for children under five.


We make sure each child’s learning journey is packed with stimulating experiences and tailored to their needs.

We believe parents and carers are a huge part of that individual journey – and of school life in general. We invite you into school for celebrations and to regularly discuss your child’s progress.

We place a strong focus on moral, spiritual and social development as well as cultural understanding. We teach children to be independent learners. Combine the two, and we hope all our pupils grow up respecting others and with a lifelong love of learning.

We are part of the University of Brighton Academies Trust. A family of 15 infant, primary and secondary schools in Sussex, all graded as Good or Outstanding by Ofsted.

Excellence, innovation and integrity are the values that guide us. We support each other, sharing insights and best practice so we never stop improving.  Our mission is to deliver the best possible education for your child.

Being part of the Trust links us to the University of Brighton: a trusted education provider. We work closely with the University’s School of Education which Ofsted has judged as Outstanding for its teacher training programmes.

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