How To Find Us

Gayhurst School actively encourages visitors, staff and pupils to use sustainable modes of transport to travel to the school when possible. There is restricted parking all around the school and no school car park. There are a number of pay and display parking bays along London Fields West Side by the entrance to London Fields.

Please note that from Monday 29th January 2018, Gayhurst will be taking part in the School Streets scheme, which means from 8.30 - 9.15am and from 3.15 - 4pm Monday to Friday London Fields West Side and Gayhurst Road, between Appleby Road and London Fields West Side will be a pedestrian and cycle zone only during term time. For more information see the School Streets Scheme page on the left hand menu.

Cycling to our school:

We have a secure cycle shelter within the school grounds that visitors are welcome to use. Follow this link for more information on the Transport for London website about cycle routes in the area: http://www.tfl.gov.uk/roadusers/cycling/11598.aspx

 

Below is information about how to reach our school by public transport.

Buses:

The 394 bus (route: Tolpuddle Street Islington to Homerton Hospital ) runs along Richmond Road.

The following bus routes regularly run along nearby Graham Road:
277 – route: Highbury Corner to Canary Wharf
242 – route: Tottenham Court Road to Homerton Hospital
38 – route: Victoria Bus Station to Clapton Pond

A good number of other bus routes run along Mare Street, which is within easy walking distance of the school

Follow this link for more information on the Transport for London website about bus routes in the area: http://www.tfl.gov.uk/gettingaround/9440.aspx

 

Trains/Tube:

The nearest overground train station is London Fields, and it takes about 4 minutes to walk across London Fields park to the school from this station. Hackney Central overground train station is about 15 minutes walk from the school and Hackney Downs overground station, about 12 minutes walk from the school.

Follow this link for more information about overground/tube stations in the area on the Transport for London website: http://www.tfl.gov.uk/gettingaround/1106.aspx