Where are we?

 

Where is the School?

The Locality

The Clyst Heath Nursery and Community Primary School is situated on the outskirts of the Cathedral city of Exeter.  Close to local amenities, surrounded by stunning countryside and just a few miles from the coastline, this is a truly delightful setting

 

Directions to the School

From the North

Leave the M5 Motorway at Junction 30 and take the third exit off the roundabout to Exeter.  Stay on this road until in bears around to the left and joins Rydon Lane.  Continue along Rydon Lane and go straight on at the next set of traffic lights.  At the following set of lights, turn right.  Take this road down to the next smaller roundabout and turn into the first exit, Digby Drive.  Continue along Digby Drive and turn left at the first turning, Royal Crescent.  You will then see the school on the right hand side.

 

From the South

Leave the M5 Motorway at Junction 30 and take the first exit off the roundabout to Exeter.  Stay on this road until in bears around to the left and joins Rydon Lane.  Continue along Rydon Lane and go straight on at the next set of traffic lights.  At the following set of lights, turn right.  Take this road down to the next smaller roundabout and turn into the first exit, Digby Drive.  Continue along Digby Drive and turn turn left at the first turning, Royal Crescent.  You will then see the school on the right hand side.

 

About Exeter

Exeter is a city brimming with history.  Fortified by the Romans, the city has served as a busy port throughout the centuries, the remains is which can be seen at the picturesque quayside.  Today the city is undergoing architectural designed regeneration, providing state-of-the art shopping for the 21st century.  The historic cathedral provides a beautiful contrast with its attractive grounds and cobbled streets with independent shops and cafes.

Exeter is home to superb quality sports facilities, schools and an acclaimed University campus.  The city makes an ideal base for exploring the rugged delights of Dartmoor National Park and the spectacular coastlines of Devon, or for the less strenuous there is a range of towpaths and country walks to be enjoyed.



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