Little Hands Nursery School
The Moor, Melbourn SG8 6ED
“Little Hands aims to provide a happy, safe, caring and stimulating environment which promotes the all round development of the individual child. We achieve this at by having a very high adult to child ratio enabling us to give individual attention to all our children.”
  01763 260964

Melbourn Playgroup / Out of School Club
Melbourn Primary School, Mortlock Street, Melbourn SG8 6DB
“The aim of Melbourn Playgroup is to encourage children to learn and develop through play and friendships. We believe that there is nothing more important than simple play to teach children to socialise, to grow in confidence and to begin to learn. We do this through providing an environment in which children are safe and happy and can have fun. Even the more formal elements of our curriculum are promoted in this way. All children and their families are treated equally and their individual needs considered.”
  01763 223459

Melbourn Primary School
Mortlock Street, Melbourn SG8 6ED
“We are a happy and caring school with a strong sense of community. Learning is at the centre of all we do; we strive to provide a dynamic and inspiring education which appeals to the many interests of the children. We work hard and strive for excellence in our school; our aim is that everyone in our school reaches the highest standards of achievement possible whilst becoming confident and independent.”
  01763 223457

Melbourn Village College
The Moor, Melbourn SG8 6EF
“At Melbourn Village College ‘everybody is somebody’. Our size allows us to ensure that all students receive the individual attention, support and challenge they need to enable them to reach their potential. We are committed to all students leaving with an education that goes beyond the academic and develops the skills and attributes required to be successful in tomorrow’s global society.”
  01763 223400

Melbourn & District U3A (University of the third Age)
Membership Secretary Chris Davison
“The Melbourn & District U3A started in 1994 and now has approximately 500 members mainly drawn from South Cambridgeshire and North Hertfordshire, but others from further afield. There are more than 30 subject or activity groups. These are generally informal, with mutual self-help rather than lecturer and student format.”
  01763 260399


Melbourn Primary School