A nurturing, one-form entry primary school in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire.
Kenilworth Primary School is situated close to the A1M in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire. Please see below for information on how to find our lovely school.
If you would like to travel to school by bus, you can take the 292 (which stops at Manor Way) or 107 (which stops at Balmoral Drive). Both buses run every 15 minutes giving you a range of different bus times to choose from.
Elstree and Borehamwood train station is our nearest station. This is about 25 minutes from the school and there is a bus stop directly outside the station. The 107 will take you to Balmoral Drive at the top of Kenilworth Drive and the 292 will take you to Manor Way.
Alternatively, we also have storage pods if you would like to travel by bike or scooter.
At Kenilworth we believe in the importance of developing road safety skills for all of our children. During their time at Kenilworth they will be given opportunities to develop pedestrian, scooter and bike skills and they will be encouraged to participate in different initiatives promoting safe travel (for example walk to school week, bikers breakfasts and scooter workshops).
As part of our commitment to developing road safety within our student body, we also have four Junior Travel Ambassadors who lead road safety assemblies and projects within our school.
In December 2018, Kenilworth Primary became the first school in Hertsmere to be awarded with a Gold Award for our Travel Plan.
This award recognises the commitment and dedication that we have to ensuring that all children and parents are aware of the importance of road safety as a key life skill.
In recognition of this award, Miss Williams was invited to speak at a local council meeting to discuss how to encourage other schools in Borehamwood to commit to achieving a gold travel plan.