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Creches

Local Area Creches and Day Nurseries for CB3
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PreSchools and Playgroups for Hardwick

Stephen Perse Pre-Prep School - Madingley

Cambridge Road, Madingley CB23 8AH, UK – 01954 210309

Very quiet area literally in the middle of somewhere

Comberton Playgroup

Green End, Comberton, Cambridge CB23 7DY, UK – 01223 262373

This playgroup is absolutely fantastic it's got fantastic employers how are they to help you with any questions you may have and if you just want to talk about your child they drop what there doing just to help you

Little Owl Pre-school

Park St, Dry Drayton, Cambridge CB23 8DA, UK – 07910 777554

After School Care

Josy's Childminding

14 Clare Dr, Highfields Caldecote, Cambridge CB23 7UY, UK – 07957 985117

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Independent Schools - Prep & Secondary - for Hardwick

Independent Schools for Hardwick - private preparatory and senior schools. Prep schools age 8 yrs to 11yrs or 13 yrs. Senior schools age 11yrs or 13 yrs to 18yrs. Some independent schools have a pre-prep department (age 3 to 8yrs) as well as prep and senior schools. Independent schools can be co-educational or single sex.

Secondary Schools

Comberton Village College

West St, Comberton, Cambridge CB23 7DU, UK – 01223 262503

From the outside, the school looks alright, with it being Ofsted Outstanding right now and being the second best public school in the county by GCSE results in 2017. As a student, I will rate the school as it seems to me from the outside. Firstly, the place is (mostly) dirty (inside). For example, the male toilets at least are run down and are littered with rubbish and from listening to some other students I can verify that the girls toilets are very similar. The corridors are cleaner; some have no litter in them at all (surprise). Some classrooms are also rather clean in terms of large pieces of litter and paper being strewn across the floor. Of course there are exceptions to this, and the state of classrooms does vary a lot between departments. The classrooms are each belonging to a single department and the departments themselves operate by themselves, instead of as a whole. This makes each department know less and care less about what is going on in the school outside their department, which is partially why the school is falling apart in places. This also means that a student either has a lot of homework or almost none at any given moment. Once I was given 7 pieces of homework from 6 different lessons out of 6 total lessons in a day. As one can tell, this puts a lot of stress on the students, which isn't improved by the teachers. Some teachers at Comberton are good teachers who can teach. Others are more average or less thorough, but that is expected as Comberton isn't a private school. However, there are several teachers who spent large amounts of time in lessons not talking about the lesson as they are rambling on about their life experiences or telling people off. Some teachers are also sexist as mentioned by Dillon De Jong. Some teachers don't forgive and give detentions to people who they have developed a dislike for several months previously, whereas for someone who they are more neutral towards they may just tell them not to do it, as an afterthought. Some may even have favourites that they never punish. As for the rules themselves, some are understandable, like no mobile devices unless told to do so by staff or at breaks and lunches. Others are more pointless, like not being allowed to be in the science department at break or lunch, which is ironic as the year 9 lockers are there and so no-one can use them, ever. In the library, there has to be one person to a computer. For some reason, they won't allow multiple people to be around the same screen at the same time, even though they want to make sure that everyone is able to use the computers at some time or other, However, the rules aren't always punished, ridiculous or not. Bullying is rarely stopped, although the majority of students seem to know about it. I put the lack of reporting to teachers down to peer pressure. Theft, too, from the school catering facilities was very high due to a lack of security until the school council pushed for a check of the CCTV. One simple act of catching two students stealing from the school reduced the amount of theft by many times, which shows how effective punishment of the rules can be, only if teachers would actually enforce the rules. Overall, education wise, it is possible to achieve outstanding grades here if a student is skilled and talented and either a) lucky with their draw of teachers and has a strong friend group that doesn't get into trouble much, b) works hard outside of school and stays rather out of what happens at school or c) plays the game of being well behaved and hard-working around teachers (who knows what they do when the teachers are absent). Here, the outstanding really excel, the average drop and the needy fare the worst.

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Meridian Primary School

Harbour Ave, Comberton, Cambridge CB23 7DD, UK – 01223 262423

Independent Schools

Stephen Perse Pre-Prep School - Madingley

Cambridge Road, Madingley CB23 8AH, UK – 01954 210309

Very quiet area literally in the middle of somewhere

Local Authority Schools - Primary & Secondary Schools

Local Authority primary and secondary schools for CB3 8AH . LEA primary schools age 4yrs (the year in which a child is 5) to 11yrs. Secondary schools age 11yrs to 16yrs or 18 yrs. Each school has a local catchment area.

Primary Schools

Hardwick Community Primary School

2 Limes Rd, Hardwick, Cambridge CB23 7QR, UK – 01954 210070

Fantastic, my son absolutely loves it!

Coton C of E Primary School

Whitwell Way, Coton, Cambridge CB23 7PW, UK – 01954 210339

Meridian Primary School

Harbour Ave, Comberton, Cambridge CB23 7DD, UK – 01223 262423

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Dyslexia support centres
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Special schools for Hardwick for moderate to severe learning difficulties, ADHD, Autism, Physical impairment, complex health needs, communication difficulties, dyspraxia and other special needs.

Special Needs Schools around you

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Website with facility to search for many different kinds of special needs schools and links to lots of support groups.  Find a special needs school near Hardwick or search the website for special schools throughout the UK

Adult Education Centres for CB3 - Language Tuition

Adult Education Centres for Hardwick which may run evening or daytime language classes

Adult Education

Comberton Village College

West St, Comberton, Cambridge CB23 7DU, UK – 01223 262503

From the outside, the school looks alright, with it being Ofsted Outstanding right now and being the second best public school in the county by GCSE results in 2017. As a student, I will rate the school as it seems to me from the outside. Firstly, the place is (mostly) dirty (inside). For example, the male toilets at least are run down and are littered with rubbish and from listening to some other students I can verify that the girls toilets are very similar. The corridors are cleaner; some have no litter in them at all (surprise). Some classrooms are also rather clean in terms of large pieces of litter and paper being strewn across the floor. Of course there are exceptions to this, and the state of classrooms does vary a lot between departments. The classrooms are each belonging to a single department and the departments themselves operate by themselves, instead of as a whole. This makes each department know less and care less about what is going on in the school outside their department, which is partially why the school is falling apart in places. This also means that a student either has a lot of homework or almost none at any given moment. Once I was given 7 pieces of homework from 6 different lessons out of 6 total lessons in a day. As one can tell, this puts a lot of stress on the students, which isn't improved by the teachers. Some teachers at Comberton are good teachers who can teach. Others are more average or less thorough, but that is expected as Comberton isn't a private school. However, there are several teachers who spent large amounts of time in lessons not talking about the lesson as they are rambling on about their life experiences or telling people off. Some teachers are also sexist as mentioned by Dillon De Jong. Some teachers don't forgive and give detentions to people who they have developed a dislike for several months previously, whereas for someone who they are more neutral towards they may just tell them not to do it, as an afterthought. Some may even have favourites that they never punish. As for the rules themselves, some are understandable, like no mobile devices unless told to do so by staff or at breaks and lunches. Others are more pointless, like not being allowed to be in the science department at break or lunch, which is ironic as the year 9 lockers are there and so no-one can use them, ever. In the library, there has to be one person to a computer. For some reason, they won't allow multiple people to be around the same screen at the same time, even though they want to make sure that everyone is able to use the computers at some time or other, However, the rules aren't always punished, ridiculous or not. Bullying is rarely stopped, although the majority of students seem to know about it. I put the lack of reporting to teachers down to peer pressure. Theft, too, from the school catering facilities was very high due to a lack of security until the school council pushed for a check of the CCTV. One simple act of catching two students stealing from the school reduced the amount of theft by many times, which shows how effective punishment of the rules can be, only if teachers would actually enforce the rules. Overall, education wise, it is possible to achieve outstanding grades here if a student is skilled and talented and either a) lucky with their draw of teachers and has a strong friend group that doesn't get into trouble much, b) works hard outside of school and stays rather out of what happens at school or c) plays the game of being well behaved and hard-working around teachers (who knows what they do when the teachers are absent). Here, the outstanding really excel, the average drop and the needy fare the worst.

best school and the cabin has great support

Language Schools

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Language Schools for Hardwick

Language schools for CB3. Also consider Adult Education Centres which might run evening language classes

Private Tutors for Hardwick

Private Tuition for CB3
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Private Tutors

Excelr8 Learning

151 St Neots Rd, Hardwick, Cambridge CB23 7XE, UK – 01954 211888

My son started at Excelr8 a few months ago and he loves going. He is a strong student at school but we wanted to make sure he was stretched, particularly as he is a Year 2 pupil in a mixed Year 1/2 class. The small-group classes and personal attention have really benefitted him in improving his original writing and his mathematical skills. He is also motivated by the reward system in place. At a school parents' evening this week my son's teacher praised him for his general progress and mentioned his now-extensive vocabulary, and I am sure than Excelr8 has played an important part in this success. We also really appreciate the feedback given to parents immediately following the lessons, and the opportunity to feed into the structuring of lessons. I'd recommend Excelr8 to any other parents.

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