Where We Are

Brighton

Roedean sits on a beautiful 45 acre campus, with a further 75 acres of land adjacent to the site.  The school is very accessible, close enough to Brighton to take advantage of all it has to offer in terms of culture and a dynamic atmosphere, but far enough away to enjoy the beauty of our unique cliff top location, which brings together our proximity to the sea with a sense of space afforded by being on the edge of the South Downs National Park. 

Having our own tunnel down to the sea near the marina, and being just a few minutes from the beaches and bustle of Brighton town and its pier, our girls can walk down to the undercliffs, explore the rockpools, go shopping in Brighton, undertake charity work in the local community, learn to sail along the coast, go to the cinema in the marina at the weekend, or simply enjoy our beautiful grounds.

  • The school offers a truly inspirational setting for girls to inhabit as they grow up, whether it’s enjoying the tranquility of the sparkling sea on a summer’s day, or marveling at its wild beauty during a winter storm. 

  • The unique experience of growing up in this idyllic coastal landscape will create lifelong memories for the girls.

Directions

Roedean is fortunate to be very accessible, most notably only being just under an hour from London on the train, and also very close to both Gatwick and Heathrow airports.  We hope that these instructions will help you to reach the school with the minimum of fuss:

Roedean and the surrounding area from an aerial view
Students walking in front of Roedean
Roedean from far away with a rainbow in the background
Roedean from an aerial view
Students in sports kit jumping on a Roedean pitch
Roedean Quad
Roedean Main Building