Families can enrol for ante pre-school and pre-school either year round (48 weeks) or term time (37 school weeks). Most children will attend Monday to Friday with full day, morning and afternoon sessions available.
Admissions for places will be allocated with the priority (1) Full time pre-school, (2) Full time ante pre-school, (3) Part time (morning or afternoon) pre-school and (4) Part time ante pre-school (morning or afternoon). Snack and lunches are provided for all of our children.
|Session 2020-21||Annual Fee|
|Year round (48 weeks)
Year round (48 weeks)
|Term time (37 weeks)
|Term time (37 weeks)
Half day (Session1 or Session 2)
Nursery fees are inclusive of lunches and snacks. Families will need to budget for the purchase of Nursery sweatshirt(s) and polo shirt(s).
Robert Gordon’s College is an Early Learning and Childcare Funded Partner with Aberdeen City Council. The maximum level of funding provided from the Council for a full time nursery place is £9,348 for the 2020/2021 academic year. The City Council funding will be provided directly to the College from the Council and will be deducted from your Nursery fees (if funding is awarded). We also accept Childcare Vouchers applicable towards Nursery fees.
Meals are cooked onsite by Inspire Catering. We are proud to cater to our international community and are able to offer vegetarian and Halal options as well as support specific dietary requirements/allergies.
Following the launch of this catering service in August 2015, Inspire Catering has continued to achieve the HealthyLiving Award. The Award follows a rigorous audit process reviewing the menus and food production methods and means that your child will always be able to make healthy food choices at school. Our food offer also meets the Scottish Government’s Better Eating, Better Learning initiative and the School Nutritional Guidelines.
We are fully committed to helping pupils make healthier eating choices by making fruit and vegetables clearly available and keeping the amount of fat, salt and sugar we use to a minimum.
A cashless system operates where cards are provided for every pupil and parents/guardians top up accounts and view transaction history via an online portal.
The campus is well served by public transport and is short walk from Aberdeen bus and train stations. Local service bus routes are also closely situated to the campus.
- Aberdeen Bus Station is situated within a 10 minute walk. Public buses travel through the City Centre with stops within a few minutes walking distance to the school. For more information and bus times visit First Group or Stagecoach.
- Aberdeen Rail Station has frequent services from various areas through North East Scotland and the rest of the UK. For more information and train times visit ScotRail, LNER or National Rail.
Park and Ride by bus and rail is available to provide access into the city centre. The drop off and pick up locations are at Craibstone, Kingswells and Bridge of Don within Aberdeen City, and Ellon in Aberdeenshire; as well as rail stations at Dyce, Portlethen, Stonehaven, Laurencekirk, Inverurie, Insch and Huntly.
Park and Stride is popular with families who utilise the on-street parking zones and public car parks located nearby.
Public car parking is also located within a short walking distance at:
- Harriet Street (Satnav postcode AB10 1JX)
- Loch Street (Satnav postcode AB25 1HZ)
- Denburn (Satnav postcode AB25 1UP)
The College has agreed with Bon Accord Centre management preferential parking rates for parents within the Loch Street and Harriet Street Car Parks. Parents are able to purchase a top-up card at a cost of £10 from the Information Desk on the Upper Mall of the Bon Accord Centre. Preferential parking tariffs are as follows:
Working with partner agencies across the city, our aim is to realise the goal of making Aberdeen an even better place to live, work and visit. The Robert Gordon's College Travel Plan outlines measure to reduce the College’s traffic impact and promote sustainable and healthier forms of transport. We encourage our school community to travel safely at all times, respect the local traffic requirements and consider the travel options that work best for your family. Inside the school gates controlled access is in operation to ensure there is a safe environment for pupils to play and move around the campus.