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Nursery and Preschools

Homerton Children's Centre

Holbrook Rd, Cambridge CB1 7ST, UK – 01223 508766

All 3 of my children went to Homerton and it was a lovely, nurturing environment. As with anything it's not 100% perfect but any issues I had were taken seriously and dealt with really well. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to anyone looking for a lovely nursery experience.

great children centre, not so many kids and caring teachers.

Patacake Day Nursery

Sedley Court Office, Malta Rd, Cambridge CB1 3LW, UK – 01223 411636

Excellent day care nursery for pre-schoolers based in central Cambridge

Primary and Secondary Schools

Coleridge Community College

Radegund Rd, Cambridge CB1 3RJ, UK – 01223 712300

Coleridge Community College is a secondary academy school with 600 places for children aged 11–16, situated on Radegund Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England. The school is now a member of the Parkside Federation[1] along with Parkside Community College. Previously, it had been placed on special measures, and was due to be closed. However, its most recent Ofsted report[2] rated it overall as "broadly average".

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Queen Edith Community Primary School

Godwin Way, Cambridge CB1 8QP, UK – 01223 712200

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Queen Emma Primary School

Gunhild Way, Cambridge CB1 8QY, UK – 01223 714300

I have removed both my children From this school due to neglect and lack of communication and no explanation or answer wen ask for procedure of punishment after having.no one else to complain to due to this being an academy and not having to answer to no council authority and can do what they want then from Seeking further advise from local authorities and being advised to change schools I announced this in a meeting with the teachers miss peet had said well I have spent £20.000 on your daughter this year we felt that our child staying. In school would have been more important....then miss rutter being demoted from year 2 to year 1 also proved points of failures.....all I can do is advise but I would certainly think about what I am doing before putting my children In a school like this again weird the way they work never seen a school like it ....then few months later 4 children were taken out and one who recently moved and now gone back to their old school and now both my children are at a new school achieving their goals and improving their learning both at school everyday and. Our current school who is council run has had to repair the damage done by queen Emma staff so glad we left this poor excuse for an academy as both children are happy and in classes of 30 again with no hassles and not being sent home for no reason everyday so thanks queen Emma for showing u are incapable

My child has been at this school through nursery and now into Y1. Always excited to go to school and never comes home unhappy. Making extremely good progress academically and socially. Would not hesitate to enroll my youngest when the time comes!

Public & Preparatory Schools

Cambridge Steiner School

Hinton Rd, Fulbourn CB21 5DZ, UK – 01223 882727

We returned to the Cambridge Steiner School from the USA where my four boys had been studying at a Steiner (Waldorf) school for 10 years and loved every day of it. My eldest finished at 18 and is now at UC Berkeley in California, and my second is at Hills Road 6th Form, Cambridge, and wants to study engineering at university . Now it is just my youngest (10 years old) who is at the Cambridge Steiner School , and the year has flown by with a wonderful set of teachers, inspired curriculum (which, as a teacher as well as a parent I have looked into), school field trips, and of course the music, singing, crafts, and two foreign languages Steiner pupils all engage in. All my boys have turned out interested in all the subjects - both sciences and arts, and have grown into happy, mature, well-informed, and caring individuals . The Cambridge Steiner school is still growing so classes are small, parents know each other well and participate in the community life of the school. The Steiner School is situated within cycling distance of Cambridge, and there is a school bus that picks children up at various different sites around the city. Close to the school is the village of Fulbourn and the Fulbourn Nature Reserve. One afternoon every week, the children walk with their teacher to the woods to explore, to play games and to have an outdoor lesson.

Landmark International School

9 Church Ln, Fulbourn, Cambridge CB21 5EP, UK – 01223 755100

What a wonderful warm welcome we received from all staff when we recently visited this new international school. The teaching staff are well experienced and extremely motivated to provide all round care, compassion and educational excellence. Nothing is too much trouble...if your child needs mother-tongue language lessons, this can be arranged. The students were delightful, polite and confident. A super school with a different homely atmosphere, highly recommended.

Fantastic School ! Set in the lovely village of Fulbourn , the staff are great as is everything about the school. It is a new School but is already gaining a reputation for being one of the best in the region.

Cambridge International School

Cherry Hinton Hall Lodge, Cherry Hinton Rd, Cambridge CB1 8DW, UK – 01223 416938

Arguably one of the friendliest and approachable private schools in Cambridge. Teachers and parents alike are welcoming and engaged, which in turn provides a great school for little ones. The facilities are modern and recently refurbished. Set in the heart of Cherry Hinton Hall/Park the children benefit from being so close to the lush gardens and outdoor landscape. Although the school has had its fair share of bad luck, I believe it has steadily gained its momentum to create an international, open and inclusive school under the leadership of Mrs P Mills. I am truly pleased we choose the school for our three kids, who all attend the junior school. Our three kids enjoy going to school, love learning and speak highly of their teachers.

We moved our children here after a long stint abroad, and I am happy to say that with the new Head, the school is going from strength to strength. The new refurb is beautiful, and the environment friendly and welcoming. The amount my children have learned this past year has been quite incredible. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this school, it had a few hurdles to overcome when we first arrived, but with Mrs Mills now firmly in charge it really does feel like a true International School.