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34 Ladbroke Grove, London W11 3BQ, UK – 020 3780 3016
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!
16 Lettice St, Fulham, London SW6 4EH, UK – 0333 920 3941
Lovely staff. My daughter loves it there.
Evershed Walk, Chiswick, London W4 5BW, UK – 0333 920 0404
This is a wonderful school, I could not ask more of them. The staff is always friendly, the facility is always clean and in good repair, and best of all the teachers treat each child as an individuals.
I feel safe leaving my children at this nursery. The staff really do care about the children and I feel that their needs are being met emotionally, educationally and socially. They keep me informed about everything, even minor incidents. They have a sensible Calpol policy, giving it when needed with the permission of a parent so I don't have to go running to pick the kids up each time a new tooth comes through and causes a bit of a temperature. There is a very low turnover of staff so the children see the same faces each day and get to know and love their key carers. They all seem to have a very good level of training. The activities are fun and educational and I'm so pleased to see the way my son has developed from a shy baby into a confident toddler here. The only downside is the price, which is high by anyone's standards, and with two children it is actually cheaper to get a nanny. However my son is so happy at Teddies that I decided it was worth it even with two as a nanny would never be able to give the attention to both children individually in the way they are cared for here.
Cambridge Grove, Hammersmith, London W6 0LB, UK – 020 8741 9967
Welcoming friendly primary school. Mixed non selective state school.
Best school two of my kids go to west London free school.
S Bolton Gardens, Kensington, London SW5 0DJ, UK – 020 7373 6544
This is an excellent school, it provides so many people with help and learning opportunities. I loved my teachers Mr Fox and Mrs Pears for the kind natured teaching skills . I struggled after leaving this school as other schools can't compare or care for my learning. Needs. Barn dances in the hall was one of my favourite times there. Thanks.
This is an amazing school, full of light, green spaces and playgrounds, set in a lovely neighbour. I have 2 kids there and I am so impressed by the way they are tough, and the children are so happy to go to school. Staff is knowledgeable, respectful and kind, the head teacher is clearly doing a great job!
Priory Ln, London SW15 5RT, UK – 020 8878 1521
We love coming to paddock school cafe because we receive a wonderful welcome, the cakes are delicious and the staff are so friendly
This is a school for children with severe learning difficulties. The school runs a cafe on Wednesday and Thursday mornings where everything is handmade by the students.
Earsby St, Hammersmith, 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)
596 Fulham Rd, Fulham, London SW6 5PA, UK – 020 7731 9300
Kensington Prep is an independent day school in Fulham for girls aged 4-11. It opened in 1873, the first school to be established in the Girls’ Day School Trust. The school moved to Fulham in 1997 and is set in over an acre of grounds with netball and tennis courts and a pond for environmental studies and has some of the best facilities of any prep school in London. The school is non-denominational. There are 290 girls – aged 4 to 11 years - in 2 balanced parallel classes of about 20 girls. The school offers traditional values combined with innovative teaching and is at the forefront of IT. It has been awarded the prestigious ICT mark for the second time and there are iPad tablets and laptops in the classroom as well as a fully-equipped IT suite. The school has also just introduced a new digital learning platform and parent portal. There is a large library at the heart of the school, state-of-the-art science lab and dedicated specialist rooms for art, design technology, music and drama.
23-31 Beavor Ln, Hammersmith, London W6 9AR, UK – 020 3637 7574
i'm sad to see this place go, but happy to see it merge.