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Redborne Upper School

Redborne Upper School

& Community College

About our School

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Welcome to our website; we hope that you find it useful. Redborne is a very successful, oversubscribed Upper School of over 1,600 students, 450 of whom are in the Sixth Form. Over 80% of our Sixth Form go onto university and 14 have gone to Oxbridge in the last 3 years.

We have been designated a National Support School by the Department of Education. We were graded "good" in our Ofsted inspection in November 2017, with many positive comments being made by the inspection team.
In April, 2011 we were granted Academy Status by the government and as such we are now an independent but state funded school.
We are proud of our academic record, our extensive extra-curricular work, our community links and our excellent pastoral system. Find out more about us by clicking on the other links.
Redborne Upper School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Mr. O Button (Headteacher)

Find out more about us by clicking on the other links in the section.North School Sign

Statement of School Aims

At Redborne, we aim for:

  • Academic excellence, by providing a broad, balanced, stimulating and flexible curriculum that centres on the needs and engagement of the individual student, placing teaching and learning at the heart of our professional development programme, recruiting and retaining high-quality staff and maintaining a sharp focus on monitoring progress;

  • Shared values such as tolerance, caring for others, democracy, self-discipline, independence and mutual respect to foster the spiritual, emotional, moral, social and cultural development of students both as individuals and as citizens in society;

  • Outstanding education in its broadest sense, through a vibrant programme of curricular, pastoral and extra-curricular activities, to prepare students for a positive and confident approach to the next stage of their education, training or employment and for adult life .

School contact details:

Telephone: 01525 404462
Mon - Thurs 8.00 am - 4.30 pm
Friday 8.00 am - 4.00 pm

Contact Us

Flitwick Road, Ampthill,
MK45 2NU

01525 404462