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FOUNTAIN COURT, Buckingham Palace Rd, Belgravia, London SW1W 9SU, UK – 020 7730 5797
Good and friendly services
51 Glebe Pl, Chelsea, London SW3 5JE, UK – 020 7352 8374
Stay and play each month is a fantastic couple of hours for young kids, well run and a great environment for children.
St Michaels Church Hall, Stockwell Park Rd, London SW9 0DA, UK – 020 7274 0783
Of all the many nurseries that my grandchildren attended, this is the one that stands out, simply because the staff were so loving. They were so warmly greeted as they arrived (unlike at the "outstanding" nursery nearby), and they came out very happy. My memories of this place are warm and glowing.
Free okay with art snack time then singing at the end. Fun and friendly place for a cuppa and a chat for the adults and for the kids to play.
95 George St, Marylebone, London W1H 7HN, UK – 07960 179300
I wanted to thank you very much indeed for introducing us to our carer, she has been fantastic and has taken a huge burden off my shoulders. We very appreciate this service you provide and the way in which you helped us. Supacare will definitely have the finest housekeepers and nanny service in London. Great quality assistance! I would be recommend Supacare to anyone.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your kind help in the search for a house-keeper. Should any other opportunities arise, I will most definitely be in touch. It is always a pleasure working with you. Many thanks and wishing you all the best.
Ground Floor, Falkner Court,, Francis Chichester Way,, London SW11 5HX, UK – 020 7622 9300
Highly recommend, this is the best what you can find for your kid. Stuff is amazing, our kid can't wait every day to go to the nursery. A lot of development activities and games. We as a parents a very lucky to have Learning Ladders in our area.
My daughter started this nursery since she was one. Today was her last day as she starts school in September. We will truly miss this nursery. It has a lovely family vibe and is so warm and genuine. Carol the nursery manager has created a beautiful nursery and her staff continuously motivate and encourage the childrens development. I can honestly say I have never had a problem or an issue as they are very thorough regarding health and safety, child development etc. I cannot recommmend this nursery enough and would like to say thank you to Carol, Sandra, Nikki, Natalia, Toyin, Anne, Pearl, Sam, Katiya, Alex and everyone else at Learning Ladders. We will miss you all xxx
St John's, Hyde Park Cres, London W2 2QD, UK – 07793 956199
The professional team of teachers, great atmosphere, convenient parking, comfortable environment for children and great achievements of the students. My grandchildren are happy to learn Russian in school Dar.
21 Star St, London W2 1QB, UK – 020 7402 9273
I used to be a student there, in 2010-2011 and I've gotta say one of the best moments of my life were at ICS! Miss it a lot...
The best academic and personal training to succeed in a complex world. As an academic and mother of two, I recommend ICS as the best option for international students.
323 Kennington Ln, London SE11 5QY, UK – 020 7091 9500
Went there 2006-2011. Was an alright experience i guess.
The education is the best.
119 Stockwell Gardens, London SW9 0RZ, UK – 020 7733 6156
Cause my friend James goes there. ^-^
This school is one of the best schools in London, I say this because this school has very great and responsible children and Teachers and the teachers take care of things if they go wrong. 5 star! This school is PLATANOS COLLEGE
40 Charterhouse Square, London EC1M 6EA, UK – 020 7600 3805
Charterhouse Square School is founded by original headmistress Jamie Mason with school fees set at £425 per term! Over the course of the next two decades we go on to gain a reputation for all-round academic performance. In March the school becomes part of Cognita – a worldwide group of schools founded by Sir Chris Woodhead, former head of Ofsted. In December Caroline Lloyd takes over as headmistress fifteen years after first joining the school. When space becomes available in an adjacent building, the school expands to occupy a total of seven floors in our much-coveted Barbican location. This allows the school to add a dedicated Early Years area, a school library and an art room. n further work to improve the school site, the entire basement and ground floor of number 40 is completely remodelled. The addition of bi-folding glass doors to link our Green Room to its outdoor sand and water area is a particular hit with the children. Charterhouse Square School celebrates its 30-year anniversary with a surprise party for the children and a ball for parents, teachers and friends of the school. The school is also featured in The Good Schools Guide for the first time.
39 Graham Terrace, Belgravia, London SW1W 8JF, UK – 020 7730 2971
FHS is a good school and my sis' and I go there!!Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiikkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee it there!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Little Dean's Yard, Great Smith St, Westminster, London SW1P 3PF, UK – 020 7963 1000
Got Highest mark in course very very good teachers.
Westminster’s origins can be traced to a charity school established by the Benedictine monks of Westminster Abbey. Its continuous existence is certain from the early fourteenth century. After the dissolution of the monasteries in 1540, Henry VIII personally ensured the School’s survival by statute. Elizabeth I, confirmed royal patronage in 1560 and is celebrated as the School’s Foundress. For several hundred years the School continued to be joined with Westminster Abbey, forming one collegiate foundation, until the 1868 Public Schools Act gave the School independence. Then, in 1943, the School expanded its educational scope by forming the Under School, educating boys aged 7-11. Initially both sections of the School shared a site, as the Under School began with just 17 boys. However, we experienced fairly rapid growth and by 1950 were educating 80 boys. So, in 1951, we secured our own premises in Eccleston Square. Yet as pupil numbers continued to increase during the sixties and seventies it became apparent that larger premises were required and in 1981 the Under School moved again to its present site overlooking the Westminster playing fields in Vincent Square.
Vauxhall St, Vauxhall, London SE11 5LG, UK – 020 7735 4535
Absolutely love Vauxhall Primary School, great staff!! Well done!
Good school my son got level 5s for everything
Park Walk Primary School, London, Chelsea SW10 0AY, UK – 020 7352 8700
I loved this school it was my favourite but then i had to move house . Which was very unfortunate because that school was so fun. The teachers are so respectful and understanding i left in year1 Witb my twin brother
Love it because it helps my child to learn 👍
Reay School House, Hackford Rd, London SW9 0EN, UK – 020 7735 2978
This is a brilliant school. My son has progess so much since attending this school. The school is brilliant at communicating with parent's. The staff work extremely hard.The teacher's and Teachers assistance really encouraged your children to be confident and achieve.
Reay is a wonderful place for us kids to learn and have fun , the lessons are very interesting and educate us so that we are successful in the future. The teacher's are very kind and trusting. No matter who you are Reay will give you a warm welcome!
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House Larcom, Larcom St, London, Walworth SE17 1RT, UK – 020 3651 4396
Farmers Rd, Camberwell, London SE5 0TW, UK – 020 7708 6790
Awesome this is the true representation of EVERY CHILD MATTERS.
The secondary school i use to go long time ago nice brand new building very good.
101 Whitecross St, Islington, London EC1Y 8JA, UK – 020 7786 4800
1-10 Keeley St, London WC2B 4BA, UK – 020 7831 7831
I have attended a Photography course here and I am disappointed. My course had around 12 students, from different Photographic level......It was on Sundays. The course was split in 2 part so I had 2 different teaches. I had feeling the first one did not want to be there on Sundays, plus she was taking too many breaks on which she did not want to spend with students to answer to all questions and help we want. I wanted to quit the course but I said to myself, it s quiet cheap and I had hope in the second teacher that probably she would be better that the previous one. And yes, she was good. BUT i still thinking that I could spend same more and pay some professional Ph to do one to one session and learn same skills .
I have been to two courses at city lit. Introduction to massage and a sculpture one. Both excellent! Will definitely look for more courses!
Lupus Street, Pimlico, London SW1V 3AT, UK – 020 7297 7297
really good teachers that make such an amazing amount of effort! but unfortunately i do feel that this college lacks resources. people with disabilities in the class require personal assistance ... unfortunately these poor people are left to deal with there own situations or the teacher has to take time out to show them. when i studied my graphic design level 2 the people in my class .. i made some good friends and i couldn't have asked for a better teacher but again i do feel that we lacked resources. The people at reception ... some of them are really friendly and some of them are just really unhelpful. The facilities at this college really do need to be improved but if your looking for somewhere as just a stepping stone then definetly book in ... the teachers are very experienced.
42 Queen Square, Bloomsbury, London WC1N 3AQ, UK – 020 7269 6000
I have learned English and Italian at Mary Ward. It is a great place with knowledgeable staff and tasty cafe. Always bring a nice memories. Thank you.
Great place. Offering cheap courses in all manner of subjects, providing help and support and training. Plus the foods awesome!
22 Chelsea Manor St, Chelsea, London SW3 5RL, UK – 020 7341 8500
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19-21 Ridgmount St, Fitzrovia, London WC1E 7AH, UK – 020 7467 6500
Had the best three weeks of my life here! I would recommend it to every foreign speaker, who wants to improve his/hers English skills! I
Is a fantastic school, peoples very professional in your work, I love study in this place, teachers and classmates are wonderful. You will kwon peoples all world, Asia, Europe, America,Africa ,Australia, is a very nice experience for your life. (Pre intermediate) class Santiago.
16 Stukeley Street, London WC2B 5LQ, UK – 020 7611 2400
Good teachers, good to practise a language and not forget it. Price very reasonable. This is my second cause so far and looking to continue learning with them!
great school, i did the delta there back in 2011-12, excellent teachers
Fitzrovia, London W1T 1DF, UK – 020 7612 8297
Tutor house helped me with my resits in PE and Psychology helping me go from 3Bs at A level to A*AB. Both Alex and Inez were great with helping me with exam technique and confidence leading up to the exam. They also advised with personal statement writing for UCAS and university, giving me helpful tips and advice which contributed to me getting an unconditional offer to study at the University of Birmingham. I would really recommend tutor house, their tutors are knowledgeable and motivated to help you get your best grade.
Tutorhouse has turned my sons retakes into an experience he's so glad not to have missed. His highly qualified tutors have been inspiring, enthusiastic, expert in their field, knowledgeable about exam board requirements and enormously generous with their time and personal attention. Alex Dyer, Director, has been wonderfully supportive throughout the year and given invaluable guidance on university applications and writing a Personal Statement. My son has offers from top universities, including Oxbridge. It's been a great year. Thank you Tutorhouse!
8a Lower Grosvenor Pl, Westminster, London SW1W 0EN, UK – 020 7723 0506
I have worked with over 8 London agencies and I can assure you Bright Young Things are by far the best to work with. As well as securing me more work than any other agency, they are a super fun and friendly bunch of people to work with. It was clear from day one that they genuinely care about the tutor's experience with the agency and this really shines through when you work with them.
I work for several tutoring organizations in the London area. Bright Young Things always brings a high level of professionalism and interesting students to me. I bring the best work that I can to the clients needs.
43 Berkeley Square, Mayfair, London W1J 5FJ, UK – 020 7350 1981
It was a pleasure working for Simply Learning Tuition. They were always professional and very helpful with their support and resources. Residential jobs took me to interesting places and the families I stayed with were always very accommodating.
I have been a registered tutor with SLT for 6 years. In every role SLT have placed me in, I have felt well-qualified and well-suited to the child as an individual. I am never shoe-horned into a role for the sake of filling it, meaning the family I am working with can be assured of the best possible tuition. I always feel supported in terms of the academic and pastoral sides of the job, and know that advice is there if I need it. This is especially valuable when working across international borders. Wherever I am in the world, I know that I can rely on SLT to respond to me as promptly as if I have just wandered into the office.