Rossington All Saints School

Rossington All Saints Academy acts as a centre of educational excellence, where no individual is left behind and where all students of any age or background are provided with the support to become responsible and successful citizens. This is a 1050-place secondary school for 11 to 18 year old students. The school is a voluntary aided Church of England School with Sports College status since 2002 and Academy status since 2011. David Morley Architects were responsible for the complete rebuilding of a new school, on the site of the existing school, which inspires learning and is loved by the local community.

The new school facilities include:
- Teaching spaces arranged to create departmental hubs, responding to the future needs of house groups – the building is naturally arranged around four separate arms all conjoined by a central hub which houses shared facilities (see below);
- Shared facilities include a hall/ theatre and dining room which can be opened up into one space suitable for 900 seated pupils, library and ICT areas;
- Sixth Form Centre and vocational courses;
- Sports and leisure facilities including multi-use sports hall, dance studio, fitness suite, lounge/cafe and outdoor pitches.

Interior view of Rossington All Saints School
Interior view of Rossington All Saints School
Interior view of Rossington All Saints School
Interior view of Rossington All Saints School
Exterior view of Rossington All Saints School
Exterior view of Rossington All Saints School
Interior view of Rossington All Saints School
Interior view of Rossington All Saints School