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William Bonney Estate, Clapham Cres, London SW4 7JQ, UK – 020 7622 1393
(Parents of Child) Triangle Nursery is a fantastic nursery. A beautiful cabin set in playing fields makes it a perfect setting and the children get to enjoy daily. The staff are incredibly friendly, attentive and always so helpful. All two of our children have come to Triangle and both my daughter and son were so sad to leave this amazing nursery. My youngest started in September 2016 and refused to talk to anyone. The staff were very supportive and within weeks they had encouraged him to talk! Now he won't stop talking to them. This is the best nursery in London!
Triangle Nursery is a very special place, I feel so luck to have found it. My son has thrived during his time here. As both a parent and an educationalist I appreciate the dedication and commitment the staff show to learning but also their kindness and compassion when caring for young children. I highly recommend Triangle it is by far one of the very best nurseries in Lambeth and also Wandsworth.
St George's Rd, London SE1 6EZ, UK – 020 7928 4534
I am very happy with my 2nd. House in London and also satisfied with every advance of my son. I recommend St Judes.
Dunstans Road London SE22 0EP, East Dulwich, London SE22 0ER, UK – 020 8693 1050
Two of my ex partners boys go to this school it a very good school
Very good school
80 Dog Kennel Hill, London SE22 8BD, UK – 020 3780 3009
My daughter adores going to nursery here, the staff are all wonderful and the kids are just fab - like our extended family! Also rated Outstanding by OFSTED which is reassuring.
Astley Estates, Cooper's Rd, London SE1 5HY, UK – 020 7394 8448
I went after work to view this brand new nursery opened near me and was able view it late because of work, the staff were absolutely amazing and my 3 year old and I explored the nursery and loved it! Overall I would definitely recommend this nursery to any parents/carers who were struggling to find a decent nursery in the area! Hope this helps!!:)
97-102 Grange Rd, Bermondsey, London SE1 3BW, UK – 020 7525 1196
My Grandson and Granddaughter attend kintore way they are so happy there the staff are amazing. Can't do enough for the children and family's.
Hollydale Rd, Nunhead, London SE15 2EB, UK – 020 7639 0106
The school that really gave me a break as a mature Science teacher venturing out into the world of teaching...the previous Headmaster Simon Cowdry was amazing! I wish him well always wherever he is
This place is a place where your children will get good grades and will have a very good job in the future.Also this place has a swimming poll,3G astroturf,basketball courts(inside),futsal etc.In adition this place has practical rooms (where we make experiments),art and creativity place,music departments including orchestras e.g. SYO (southwark youth orchestra). Is also a placr where your child will get advice on questions he has and there us a school counciler also your child can go and visit other countries e.g. Germany Berlin,France Paris,Scotland Edinburgh and Italy
5LG, Vauxhall St, Lambeth, London SE11 5LG, UK – 020 3651 4396
This is a very good school
118 St George's Rd, London SE1 6EX, UK – 020 7261 1121
this school is great! i had a hard time at another school but this school knows how to treat pupils right and with respect. they always make you do better and the teachers are da best!
Not sure what the previous reviewer was on when writing their comment. Have visited the school many times and the teachers really do care about the education of the students. They really put in time and effort to help these young women achieve their very best, even the more 'disruptive' students. If I had a daughter I would send her here without question. (P.S. It seems a shame that some of the more 'irked' former pupils felt the need to leave negative reviews on here. I'm sure they will see what a positive difference the school made to them when they grow up)
144 E Dulwich Grove, London SE22 8TE, UK – 020 8693 1181
Very warm and friendly. Good results and nice kids.
Little Dean's Yard, Great Smith St, Westminster, London SW1P 3PF, UK – 020 7963 1000
Such a great school the teachers here are so nice and great at there job I love the clean environment and how everyday is different keep up the great work everyone!!!
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.
Bessell House, Lansdowne Pl, London SE1 4XH, UK – 020 7407 9990
ahead of their time
West Square, London SE11 4SN, UK – 020 7735 5598
Very good school.
Not a bad school after a change of head teachers
112 Kender St, London SE14 5JQ, UK – 020 7639 4654
I spent my childhood here this school rocks
Lowden Rd, Herne Hill, London SE24 0BJ, UK – 020 7274 2333
My kids have attended for several years now. The school is both academically excellent (Ofsted outstanding) and a friendly caring environment. The teachers work very hard providing lots of extra activities, trips and performances. This means the kids have a richer curriculum with swimming and learning musical instruments as well as all the core subjects. Fantastic school!
An amazing primary school. My kids have been there for the last few years and it's just brilliant.
Head teachers take action "in solidarity" with Ruth Parry, who killed herself after an inspection.
The University of Manchester says it has no choice but to remove those "illegally occupying" rooms.
Primary and special schools will get €96 (£84) for each pupil to cover costs for textbooks and workbooks.
The journalist and broadcaster has been investigating why 140,000 children are "severely absent" from school.
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.
House Larcom, Larcom St, London, Walworth SE17 1RT, UK – 020 3651 4396
Macks Rd, London SE16 3XU, UK – 020 7237 4050
1 Studley Rd, London SW4 6RA, UK – 020 7450 1809
Good community centre with much activity
So much potential here
1 Studley Rd, London SW4 6RA, UK – 020 7450 1809
Offers Stockwell locals loads of cool activities! These include : - IT classes and drop in sessions - Adult Learning courses - Self Help Groups - Health and Wellbeing sessions. - Keep Fit Classes Worth noting that many of these are free! If you live locally get involved yo
Great place to learn.
1, Dock Offices, Surrey Quays Rd, London SE16 2XU, UK – 020 7582 1679
You don't have to be an inexperienced poet or completely new to poetry to benefit from all that the Poetry School has to offer. During the last year I've taken workshops on Visual art, joined an online group reading Auden's The Sea and the Mirror, taken part in a collaborative performance of poems inspired by the Battle of the Somme film and received a detailed evaluation of a collection of poems. I thoroughly recommend the Poetry School if you want to develop as a poet.
I've taken part in both free and paid for courses via The Poetry School, and while it's definitely worth paying for them - you get to meet folk face to face for a start - the quality of teaching is no lesser for being free. This lot care, they choose amazing teachers and if they can get me published then they can get anyone published. What are you waiting for....sign up now.
Regency St, London, Pimlico SW1P 4AB, UK – 07843 278404
Unity Wharf, 13 Mill St, London SE1 2BH, UK – 020 7394 2144
Goodrich Community Primary School/Goodrich Rd, East Dulwich, London SE22 0EP, UK – 07979 450269
105 Victoria St, Westminster, London SW1E 6AD, UK – 0800 689 1635
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Hollydale Rd, London SE15 2TF, UK – 07929 064050
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