Directions

Stormont School is conveniently located in a predominantly residential area near local amenities on the edge of Potters Bar, in leafy Hertfordshire. The school’s one-way drive is easily accessed from The Causeway, and helps to keep traffic flowing during busy periods at drop off and pick up times.

The National Trust’s Morven estate is next door, and some of the grounds are available for outdoor activities.

Potters Bar is well served by local transport links; the bus depot is a few minutes’ walk away, and the railway station can be reached on foot, or by bus or taxi. There are local sports facilities and clubs and a number of shops, restaurants and other amenities on the High Street and on Darkes Lane.

 

Driving to Stormont School, The Causeway, Potters Bar, Herts EN6 5HA

From the M25  :  Leave the M25 at Junction 24. Follow signs for Potters Bar. After half a mile, at the first major crossroads junction with traffic lights, turn right onto the A1000, High Street. Follow the High Street until you pass the bus garage on your left (about half a mile). At the next traffic lights, get into the right hand lane and take The Causeway exit (A156), which is ahead and bears just right of the war memorial. Follow the road as it bends sharply to the right, and after passing the white house located on the bend on your left, and a stable yard, you will see the variegated bushes and the entrance to Stormont signposted in green and red immediately on your left.

From the A111 (south)  :  Cross over the M25, junction 24, then follow the directions from the M25 above.

From the A1000 (south)  :  Follow sign for Potters Bar and the M25. As you enter Potters Bar, having passed under the M25, at the first major crossroads junction with traffic lights stay in the left hand lane and carry on straight across the junction onto the A1000, High Street. Follow the High Street until you pass the bus garage on your left (about half a mile). At the next traffic lights, get into the right hand lane and take The Causeway exit (A156), which is ahead and bears just right of the war memorial. Follow the road as it bends sharply to the right, and after passing the white house located on the bend on your left, and a stable yard, you will see the variegated bushes and the entrance to Stormont signposted in green and red immediately on your left.

From the A1000 (north)  :  Follow signs for Potters Bar. As you enter Potters Bar, you will pass a traffic light controlled junction with a right turn signposted Town Centre – do not take this turning. At the next set of traffic lights, take the first exit on the left onto the A156, The Causeway – signposted for Northaw and Cuffley. Follow the road as it bends sharply to the right, and after passing the white house located on the bend on your left, and a stable yard, you will see the variegated bushes and the entrance to Stormont signposted in green and red immediately on your left.

From the A1  :  Leave the A1 at the junction with the M25 (junction 23). Follow signs for Barnet (A1081). At the first roundabout, take the first exit (Dancers Hill Road). Follow this road to the end. At the end turn left onto the A1000, and enter Potters Bar. As you enter Potters Bar, having passed under the M25, at the first major crossroads junction with traffic lights stay in the left hand lane and carry on straight across the junction onto the A1000, High Street. Follow the High Street until you pass the bus garage on your left (about half a mile). At the next traffic lights, get into the right hand lane and take The Causeway exit (A156), which is ahead and bears just right of the war memorial. Follow the road as it bends sharply to the right, and after passing the white house located on the bend on your left, and a stable yard, you will see the variegated bushes and the entrance to Stormont signposted in green and red immediately on your left.

 

Parking

Our drive is a one way system, and there should be space to park at some point in a marked bay or to the right along its length, or outside the Main House in one of the marked bays to the right of it. Occasionally there is no parking available on site; the neighbouring streets do not have any marked parking restrictions.