History

Holme Court School was established in 2005, specialising in the teaching of dyslexics and associated conditions. It was previously set in an Edwardian building, and enjoyed the benefits of 7 acres of landscaped and wooded grounds in Biggleswade.

In 2011 we have moved to The Cottage, Cherry Hinton Hall, joining our two sister schools in the city of Cambridge.

In 2013 we moved to a more perminant location in the pretty south Cambridgeshire village of Little Abington. The school is set in 6 acres of unspoilt woodland in the picturesque setting of Little Abington Woods.

Holme Court was the first school in Britain to work alongside a Psychology Research Team (Knowledge Transfer Partnership). The Research Team worked in partnership with Anglia Ruskin University and closely with Cambridge University, investigating interventions and developing a visual system for communicating assessments/learning profiles. This research gained international and national recognition and won the prestigious Lord Stafford Award for Innovation.