The University of Cambridge Primary School was the first completed building as part of the North West Cambridge Development.  The iconic circular building designed by Marks Barfield Architects with Willmott Dixon as the main contractor was opened in September 2015 to 120 pupils.

Education and young people are at the heart of the design of the University of Cambridge Primary School.  Its circular form and single-storey building promotes the school’s ethos to be inclusive ambitious and innovative; the non-hierarchical structure allows every voice to be heard. The building is comprised of a series of classroom clusters and learning streets where there are no corridor ends and doors to limit learning or interrupt the children.

The School is the first University Training School at a Primary level in the country and will be a three-form entry serving the local catchment.

Client: Willmott Dixon Construction
Architect: Marks Barfield
Location: North West Cambridge
Value: £10m