From Childcare at three months old to further education at the University of Greenwich, at Greenwich Millennium Village you are ideally located for education.


Situated a short walk away from the Village Square, Millennium Minis offers childcare provision for children aged between three months and four years old. With a focus on creating a home from home atmosphere, the team also promotes outdoor learning in the village’s lovely open spaces.

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3-11 YEARS

Greenwich Millennium Village has its own Community Primary School equipped with the latest information and communication technology. Millennium Primary School caters for children between three and eleven years old. The school received an ‘Outstanding’ rating from Ofsted in 2015 and has a fantastic reputation, achieving excellent results year after year. Millennium Primary is a welcoming, multi-cultural school, with a warm and friendly ethos. Millennium Primary works hard to forge links with the community, holding winter and summer fayres in its grounds. Please note: admission to Millennium Primary School is subject to admission criteria set out by the Royal Borough of Greenwich.

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11-18 YEARS

Older pupils can attend The John Roan, a ten minute drive from the village. This secondary school dates back to 1677 and takes students through to sixth form level. Other options include the independent Blackheath High School and St Ursula’s Convent Secondary School.


The esteemed University of Greenwich is close by, with courses as varied as animation, criminology and events management. Indeed, none of London’s superlative seats of higher learning are far from home thanks to the capital’s outstanding transport links.