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4 Collins Yard, off Islington Green, Angel, London N1 2XU, UK – 020 7099 0452
We moved from Canada to the UK and MARS was a huge help in transitioning my daughter to a new country. Friendly, kind staff who keep you up-to-date on your child's progress. We saw her flourish in French! I am so grateful for everyone at this school for everything they did during her attendance. Highly recommended.
Our son attending Mars for a year, after moving from another setting. Mars impressed us in so many ways, there is a fantastic caring atmosphere and also a child led focus on their development and giving even the littlest ones a wide ranging experience covering a range of topics. We are looking forward to our daughter also starting there in due course. Thank you to everyone at Mars.
38-42 Millman St, London WC1N 3EW, UK – 020 7242 5842
Miss Chris-Jayne and her team at the nursery was nothing but professional and welcoming. I felt at ease allowing my son to participate in their classroom activities. The teachers were warm and welcoming, where I found the children interacting and having such a wonderful time. Clearly, a lot of hard work and thought in this bright and colourful nursery is carried out to ensure the best possible environment for our children to be nurtured at such a crucial learning age. I thoroughly recommend to all!
Very happy with my sons progress at the nursery, the teachers have done a great job with him, he is very independent, well behaved and very sociable since he started the nursery. I am very appreciative to the teachers for the progress he has shown. When I pick him up at 6pm I can see he has had a great playful day as when we go home all he wants to do is rest and sleep. Highly recommend it.
FOUNTAIN COURT, Buckingham Palace Rd, Belgravia, London SW1W 9SU, UK – 020 7730 5797
Good and friendly services
Harper Rd, London SE1 6AG, UK – 020 7407 6877
OMG! just look at the globe Trianglur expectional pymaid It Includes : Relationship social justice Intergrity growth mindset professionalism I think I went to the right school....... plus + It inspired me to go their it's all because of the school pymaid... Thanks Nr.Jones Xxx Shaily your student from year 8 8L Dr.Meijlejohn
I have used the sport hall and I think it is fantastic, good lighting for badminton.
64 Marylebone High St, Marylebone, London W1U 5BA, UK – 020 7935 4704
Outstanding commitment to students!
It's the best school ever
Jubilee House, 2 Reedworth St, Lambeth, London SE11 4PE, UK – 020 7735 2781
Great support for kids who need it and great after school activities. It is a little small for 2 form classes though.
I had my primary schooling here during the time that I lived in Lambeth. All I can remember was a teacher called Mr. Stalk and our headmaster from Northern Ireland.
Bessell House, Lansdowne Pl, London SE1 4XH, UK – 020 7407 9990
ahead of their time
City of London School for Girls, St Giles Terrace, Barbican, London EC2Y 8BB, UK – 020 7847 5500
My daughter currently attends but has been very unwell with a long term condition. The way the staff have consistently "gone the extra mile" for her and us shows a level of care that is exceptional. As a parent that is the most important thing and I would happily recommend the school to anyone considering sending their daughter there.
City of London School for Girls is a non-denominational, independent day school, for girls aged 7 to 18, based in the London Square Mile. The School was established by the Corporation of the City of London with money from a bequest from William Ward of Brixton to provide education for girls that “would correspond, as near as may be, to the City of London School”. The school opened in Carmelite Street in 1894 and moved to the present premises in the Barbican in 1969.
Little Dean's Yard, Great Smith St, Westminster, London SW1P 3PF, UK – 020 7963 1000
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.
As a pupil at Westminster I really like the school. Great atmosphere as well as brilliant teaching