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Willesden in North West London has completely changed in character throughout its history. It was entirely rural until the Metropolitan line arrived in 1879, then it became a popular middle class suburb, and after First World War a working class district. From the Second World War until the present the area has been shaped by immigrants coming from Ireland, the Indian subcontinent as well as Jews ...

Ecole Jeannine Manuel opened in September 2015 and welcomes pupils from 3 to 12 years old (Year 8). Opening of upper classes (to Year 13) will happen progressively with current students moving up. The specific pedagogic approach of the school is based on the idea that creativity, appetite for learning and curiosity are natural for children and should be used as a basis to develop a rich and variou...

We listed for you a non exhaustive summary of main bilingual foreign School (French, German, Spanish, Italian, American) in London offering national and international curriculum in both English and national language. Welcome Home London can help and advise you on suitable schooling options depending on where you live. On the opposite, we can also guide you to select more suitable areas (commute, l...

Created in 1968, the International Baccalaureate (IB) is a non-profit educational foundation offering four programmes of international education to develop intellectual, emotional and social skills to adapt easily in a globalizing world. Schools offering any of these programmes have first been authorized by the IB organization. Main IB schools located in London and nearby are listed below. ACS ...

Since Prime Minister Cameron himself chose a state school (Grey Coat Hospital) for his own daughter, the recent trend in British middle class plus is to come back from selective and expensive Independent Secondary schools to best Britain’s state schools. For some of them, A-Level grades have been reported to be as good or even better as the ones in most prestigious independent schools. With famous...

Harrow's school historical buildings, pupils and teachers in traditional uniforms: welcome back to Elizabethan era! Being home to the famous Harrow School, boys’ independent school which remains one of the four all-boys full-boarding schools in Britain, Harrow on the Hill is a great alternative to the hustle and bustle of Central London. You can find numerous parks and open green spaces. Quite ...

Built from 1714 to 1830. You can’t miss their typical square symmetrical shape, proportioned according to fashionable classical design principles, and their flat front. They often have a paneled door, in the center if large and detached, to one side if they are terraced. Their small windows divided into 6 to 9 panels are also typical features. Some of the terraced townhouses have been converted in...

Some independent British schools are highly famous and thought after, and almost all of them are very expensive. Most British people will choose them to stick to strong family tradition. Independent schools distinguish themselves by their sought-after reputability, small class groups (12 to 15 max), a comprehensive education including sport, arts and music, the strong feeling to be member of a pri...