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St Martin’s School

A map showing cycle and walking routes to and from St Martin’s School

Getting to and from St Martin’s School

These routes and maps are suggestions of how you could stop taking the car and swap to cycling, walking, or scooting to school. They don’t show every possible route and you could have fun finding a way that works for you. If you know a safe way that gets you there even quicker, that’s great! Take that route instead.


St Martin’s School

Hanging Hill Lane




CM13 2HG

Heavy traffic zone

Heavy traffic at drop off and pick up times is usual. We recommend avoiding roads within roughly 1000 metres of St Martin’s School. This includes Cedar Road, Hutton Drive, Hanging Hill Lane, Hall Green Lane, Mount Avenue and the smaller roads attached to them.

Cycling and walking routes

From the North- cycling or walking

Cedar Road via Hutton Drive (2km approx.)

Drop off where Cedar Road meets Rayleigh Road. Continue along Cedar Road and turn right onto Hutton Drive. Turn left onto Hanging Hill Lane to reach St Martin’s School.

From the South- cycling or walking

Pondfield Road via Hanging Hill Lane (1.45km approx.)

Drop off where Pondfield Road meets Hanging Hill Lane. Continue straight onto Hanging Hill Lane to reach St Martin’s school on the right.

From the East – walking only

Hall Green Lane via Hanging Hill Lane (1.2km approx.)

Drop off where Hall Green Lane meets Shelby Road. Turn right onto Hall Green Lane then left onto a footpath. Follow the footpath to the end and turn left onto Hanging Hill Lane to reach St Martin’s School.

Bus routes

St Martin’s has some bus services passing the front of the school. The number 9 service connects to Brentwood and Basildon town centres. For bus services that connect routes to Ingatestone, Chelmsford and nearby villages will depart from Shenfield station.

Train routes

St Martin’s is approximately 1km walk from Shenfield station, which is a major hub for trains in Essex. It has quick, direct lines to Brentwood, Chelmsford, Billericay and parts of north-east London. There are footpaths and pavements nearly all the way, and they are on residential roads. Greater Anglia offer discounts on train travel for students at some schools.