Estate Agents Woking

Woking is located in the heart of Surrey and is an extremely popular location to live, particularly for those moving outside of London. The town centre offers a wide range of shops, restaurants and leisure activities, whilst the residential areas are home to many great places to live and countless schools.

Schools in Woking

Woking High School is undoubtedly the shining star in Woking’s scholarly crown. Not only is it the most local secondary school, it received praise from Ofsted for being ‘very good’ and ‘outstanding’. Other popular state schools include the ‘outstanding’ Goldsworth Primary, along with Barnsbury and Smithwood.

If you would prefer for your child to study at an independent school, there are plenty of options available in Woking. Greenfields and Ripley Court cater for boys and girls aged three to eleven. Hoe Bridge is also co-educational, catering for ages three to thirteen.


Transport Links Woking

The A320, A3046 and A324 are all strong road connections in and out of Woking. The M25 and M3 are both just a short drive away, meaning just an hour’s drive into London if needed. The A3 is just southwest of the town and Guildford is a 13-minute drive south.

Woking has a main railway station but, depending on where you live, Worplesdon or West Byfleet might be nearer (both 5 minutes from the town centre station). Woking is a very well served station, particularly for those needing access to the city. There is an average of 14 trains to London Waterloo per hour, with the fastest service taking just 25 minutes. Trains also run regularly to Guildford, Portsmouth, Basingstoke, Southampton, Salisbury, Alton, Exeter St Davids and Weymouth.