Having opened in September 2008, The Round House Community Primary School is a modern £3 million primary school, funded by Cambridge County Council. Catering for children between the ages of 4 and 11, the school has provision for 210 pupils from foundation stage to year six, and has the resources to cater for a maximum of 410 pupils as more applications for enrolment are received over the coming years.
The school is located on a former Iron Age settlement, which is now part of the Love Farm Development site. Within easy walking distance of the local railway station, adjacent to St. Neots Town football club; and next to an often busy main road.
The school has established an ethos of ‘Every Child Matters’ and a cornerstone of this mantra is to ensure the safety of each child. It therefore required prominent gates and railings as a clear indication that pupils will be well protected within the school boundary.