Holme Court School was established in 2005, specialising in the teaching of pupils with dyslexia and associated specific learning difficulties. It was initially set in an Edwardian building, and enjoyed the benefits of 7 acres of landscaped and wooded grounds in Biggleswade.

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

In order to expand, in 2020 we relocated to Cherry Hinton Hall just outside of Cambridge city center. We share the building with our sister school. The school is located within the stunning landscaped parkland which provides many facilities at our fingertips such as tennis courts, forest school and adventure play areas for the children to enjoy.

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.