Hurley House, Kempsford Rd, Lambeth, London SE11 4PB, UK – 020 7582 1838
Can't recommend Hurley Preschool enough. These wonderful ladies care deeply about their kids, always full of fun activities and attentive care. Special thanks to Rosemary and Linda - you've made my little girl's time with you a treasured memory.
Fantastic nursery, they are lovely staff and really work with parents on the development of your child. My daughter loves it..
Walter Terrace Off, Bromley St, London E1 0RJ, UK – 020 7790 2824
Excellent nursery. Our son stayed only one year (Sept 2016 to July 2017). I cannot thank enough the teachers and all the staff for the amazing job they have done. Tips: applications to the nursery should be done once the child turns two. You should call to book a visit to the school. You will then be given all the necessary documents to fill out. Breakfast club (8:15-9:15) and afternoon club available (15:15-16:30, £3). Forest school every two weeks (I think), my child loved it!
Absolutely fantastic nursery. Amazing, dedicated,caring staff. So much for children to do. Cannot rate highly enough and Will be so sad when my son has to leave
21 Lamb St, London E1 6EA, UK – 020 3780 3006
OMG, the hipster stereotype applied to shops and bars.
Marlborough Grove, London SE1 5JT, UK – 020 7231 8622
It's a nice school. It's not bad, the teachers are nice and give great help. The school's decorations and building style is nice! And the special subjects in the school is very good. This school put a new modern way of teaching in our minds! There's alot of reception classes which tells me they are helping more and more children to learn. They take care of your allergies and provide healthy food. Definatly reccomended!
Very good school especially the nursery
Noel Rd, Islington, London N1 8BD, UK – 020 7689 8949
A friendly and supportive school with a wonderfully welcoming community. The focus on reading at the school is truly outstanding with both of our children now avid, curious and rampant readers. The new head has a clear agenda of what he would like to improve one school and their seems to be an excellent learning culture throughout the teaching staff.
My daughter is nearing the end of her time at Hanover and it has been the happiest seven years. She has thoroughly embraced all aspects of school life and enjoyed every moment of her time there, making good friends and strong bonds with staff. Just watch the children banging on the doors to get in in the morning! Happy school.
5LG, Vauxhall St, Lambeth, London SE11 5LG, UK – 020 3651 4396
This is a very good school
145-157 St John St, Clerkenwell, London EC1V 4PY, UK – 020 3026 9440
It looked good
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.
City of London School for Girls, St Giles Terrace, Barbican, London EC2Y 8BB, UK – 020 7847 5500
City of London School for Girls (CLSG) is a independent school located in the City of London. It is the partner school of the all-boys City of London School and the City of London Freemen's School All three schools receive funding from the City's Cash. History The school was founded using a bequest by William Ward, a merchant of Brixton, in 1894. It was his conviction that girls should be given a broad and liberal education with an emphasis on scholarship; he left a third of his fortune to the City of London to fund the foundation of a girls' school, a £20,000 legacy for the City of London Corporation. The school now receives financial support from the City Livery Companies as well as banks and other City firms. Links with the City of London remain strong – the City administers the school and the Board of Governors is appointed by the Court of Common Council. The school has strong links with its brother school – the City of London School is just a 15-minute walk away. The school celebrated its 110th Anniversary in 2004–2005, under the title of 'Women in Leadership'. It celebrated its 111th Anniversary in 2005–2006, under the same title. It celebrated its 112th Anniversary in 2006–2007 under the title of 'International Women in Leadership'.
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.