Leys

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What is the Leys?

The Leys is the only co-educational boarding and day school in Cambridge. The Leys is located in the centre of the university city of Cambridge.

What is the meaning of the root word ley?

(leɪ; liː) n 1. (Agriculture) arable land put down to grass; grassland or pastureland 2. (Physical Geography) Also called: ley linea line joining two prominent points in the landscape, thought to be the line of a prehistoric track

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Why choose Leys Nursery & Pre-School?

Rated Good by Ofsted, Leys Nursery & Pre-School provides childcare and education to children from birth to 5 years old. You can find us in Dagenham, not far from Dagenham East tube and close to The Leys park. We’re a bright, modern nursery with rooms for different age groups and a surrounding garden for free-flow play.

What are Leys and why do they matter?

Ley hunters often differed on how they understood the ley lines; some believed that leys only marked a pre-existing energy current, whereas others thought that the leys helped to control and direct this energy.

Where is the Leys located?

The Leys is located in the centre of the university city of Cambridge. We are ideally placed to have such a vibrant, historic and cultural city at our pupils doorstep.

What is a ley line?

Ley lines are lines that crisscross around the globe, like latitudinal and longitudinal lines, that are dotted with monuments and natural landforms, and carry along with them rivers of supernatural energy. Along these lines, at the places they intersect, there are pockets of concentrated energy, that can be harnessed by certain individuals.

What is the meaning of the root word ley?

(leɪ; liː) n 1. (Agriculture) arable land put down to grass; grassland or pastureland 2. (Physical Geography) Also called: ley linea line joining two prominent points in the landscape, thought to be the line of a prehistoric track

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