• Ideally placed in the heart of historic Cambridge

Setting and Facilities

Heritage School, providing both primary and secondary education, is ideally located in the heart of Cambridge.  We enjoy access to a large number of outstanding museums and places of cultural and historical interest, and to many fascinating people who are eager to share their interests with school children. We are three minutes away from the Cambridge University Botanical Gardens, and 10 minutes from the Fitzwilliam Museum. We are less than 15 minutes from the Cambridge station, enabling day trips to London.

With our Enrichment Programme, Nature Walks, and Sport lessons, Heritage classes are out and about most days each week, making the most of all that Cambridge has to offer.

Heritage School is based at 17-19 Brookside, three attractive Victorian houses, just off Trumpington Road. We have a second site, Panton Hall on Panton Street, a two minute walk from the main school. This is used for assemblies, Senior exams, drama and many of our enrichment activities.

Our Infant and Junior Schools are housed in 18-19 Brookside and our Senior School and main office is housed in 17 Brookside. We have a playground and space for bicycle parking at the back of the facility. The Infant and Juniors Schools have a dedicated art room, as does the Senior School.

The Senior School has a purpose-built science room, with all of the resources necessary to undertake experimental science up to the IGCSE level. There is an ever expanding library next to a large hall which is used by all pupils for assemblies, lunches, drama performances and various lessons.

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