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34 Ladbroke Grove, London W11 3BQ, UK – 0330 057 6604
My Twins have been at this nursery for a little under 3 weeks now and the staff have all been wonderful. Very kind, considerate, lots for the kids to do and fantastic outdoor space. Highly recommend!
70 Marlborough Hill, London NW8 0NH, UK – 0330 057 6719
Pretty good nursery despite its recent downgrade by Ofsted. There is a new manager there now and it has improved dramatically. The carers genuinely care about the kids and my two bounce out daily polite and relaxed. They aren't helicopter-parenting either, thankfully. Bit pricy but it is St Johns Wood so what do you expect?
St Lukes Church Centre, Fernhead Rd, London W9 3EJ, UK – 020 8968 6225
My nephew Maison attends this nursery he has come so far with his speech and his independence and also help with finding friends he is happy confident young independent boy and is mum couldn't be more pleased with the nursery care they are absolutely brilliant in every single way loving caring staff who give every child their time absolutely outstanding well done Ashmore pre school
129 Salusbury Rd, London NW6 6PE, UK – 020 7372 2532
Never been to this school but I love the song of Allah made everything-Zain bhikha,the video was presented nicely of the kids being happy
Care ,love and secure entertainment Overall it is the Best school ever
145 Barlby Rd, London W10 5LN, UK – 020 8969 3988
All my children go to this school and it is an amazing school
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.
Earsby St, London W14 8SH, UK – 020 7348 1777
Both my son and my daughter have been very happy there. I am aware of a small number of problems in the 1970's but that is a very long time ago !
My son is attending St James and he is enjoying to go to school. It is very welcoming school. Small classes, well behaved children, but still with freedom to be children. Teachers are skilled and supportive. Children are engaged to participate to school's activities from very beginning. By the end of the first semester your boy or girl will happily recite Shakespear's poems and sing on Latin and Sanskrit (completely willingly with smile and happiness). Parents are friendly. Competitive credo is swapped for learning and understanding. As a parent of child who is attending St James I can't say nothing but best for this school so far. He was shy boy and now he is growing into an confident, kind, very well educated and behaved young man. Regarding things from the past, I don't know how someone can judge the school nowadays on its past... (new milenium schools and parents are different and generally schools in the past weren't some pleasant places)
28 Abercorn Pl, London NW8 9XP, UK – 020 7286 4785
A very excellent Independent School. Your child is asured of great educational values well structured for a bright future.
Very posh school
56-58 Portland Pl, Marylebone, London W1B 1NJ, UK – 020 7307 8700
Bird Blue, obviously you're just seeing the outside, but the education is ubsolutely AMAZING!!!!
A school to be trusted.