The Leys School is located in the heart of Cambridge, a historic university city with a global reputation for academic excellence. The school is close to the inspiring landmarks of the Judge Business School, the Fitzwilliam Museum and the Old Cavendish Laboratory, where the Nobel prize-winning scientists James Watson and Francis Crick discovered DNA. Several of the 31 colleges which make up the University of Cambridge are also nearby, including the iconic King's College. Choose Cambridge and enjoy a tour of the city by river on the famous punts. And did you know that the famous novel, ‘Goodbye Mr Chips’, was inspired by the author’s experiences at The Leys School?
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Enjoy a variety of activities at The Leys School including arts and crafts, tennis, badminton, performing arts, football, hockey, swimming and cricket.
Popular study tour destinations from The Leys include:
See the sights including the London Eye on a river cruise and the world-class National Gallery
Explore the historic city by foot, visit the famous King’s College, one of the University of Cambridge’s 31 colleges, and try punting on the River Cam
Visit Warwick Castle with over 1000 years of history of great battles, ancient myths and spellbinding tales
On the outskirts of London, Greenwich offers great views of the city. Visit the Maritime Museum and the Royal Observatory, home to the Meridian line and the global reference for Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
Home to a 900 year old Norman castle, Norwich is also famous for Colman’s mustard!
Discover the town of Robin Hood as you visit Nottingham Castle or the Galleries of Justice museum in the old town jail.
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