Heyford Park Free School


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Building & site

Heyford Park Free School has an excellent range of facilities located on one of the UK’s most exciting sites of historical importance.

The school will use existing, fully refurbished buildings once used by both the RAF and US Air Force, including the stunning Officers Mess, which is located at the heart of Heyford Park, and our Specialisms Campus. Because we are a new school, we ensured the refurbishment of our buildings was to the highest possible standard for our current and future pupils. We spent many months designing a totally bespoke environment, utilising the knowledge and experience of specialist educational consultants and architect.

The Officer's Mess


Heyford Park Free School is housed in the Grade II listed former Officers Mess that once served as the entertainment venue for both the RAF and the US Air Force officers stationed at Heyford Park. The building is an excellent space that provides an inspiring environment for our students to learn in, while representing a unique reflection of Heyford Park’s heritage and history.
Both our primary and secondary students are housed in the building, which acts as the main academic hub of the school.

Specialisms Campus


Our Specialisms Campus has been inspired by the American Air Force presence during the Cold War and is housed in the former American Sports Centre. It includes a superb sprung-floor basketball court, squash courts, football pitches, an athletics track, baseball diamonds, tennis courts and a fitness gym.
The Specialisms Site also holds a number of classrooms including those designed for music, drama, art and design as well as mac suites that pupils will use throughout their school life.

The Heyford Park Community also has use of this building outside of school hours, and a community internet café will operate from within the building. In contrast to the traditional design of the Officers’ Mess, we are excited that students will have access to two different environments and models of education
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