Want to advertise on this website? Create your advert now.
St Lukes Church Centre, Fernhead Rd, London W9 3EJ, UK – 020 8968 6225
My nephew Maison attends this nursery he has come so far with his speech and his independence and also help with finding friends he is happy confident young independent boy and is mum couldn't be more pleased with the nursery care they are absolutely brilliant in every single way loving caring staff who give every child their time absolutely outstanding well done Ashmore pre school
St Patrick's Church, Drury Way, Neasden, London NW10 0NQ, UK – 07796 960990
22 Skardu Rd, London NW2 3ER, UK – 020 3319 7320
Wood Ln, White City, London W12 0HR, UK – 020 8735 4950
I have just got accepted I'm at another school and I have been waiting since September I don't care about what friends I had from primary that go to BDA just my learning and wellbeing obviously I want to go here but the bullying doesn't get sorted. When I went to the open day they showed sports and science then I read about it specialised in music and drama just be careful if you want to send your child here
BTW I AM HERSI AD! GUESS WHAT! IM LEAVING BDA! YES! OMFG!
Bridge Rd, Wembley HA9 9JP, UK – 020 8385 4370
I'm going to give this school a fair review. Going to this school isn't the most fun thing in the world, but that might just be the fact that it's school in the first place- school can way us down on our real aspirations and dreams, and I'd say this school doesn't help with this controversial dilemma. I've always dreamt of becoming an artist and game designer, and, for one, the art GCSEs do seem to look more focused on realistic drawing, which is not my thing at all- and, additionally, the Art department barely has any teachers (3 or 4 from my knowledge, and only 2 actually teaching the classes) and the classes are mixed rather than going from the students with the lowest grades to the highest grades. This makes it very hard for me to focus on some of these mixed subjects as some of the students in this school don't have the best attitude. DT and Drama + Music (now known as Expressive Arts, a mix of both) are probably just as pushed aside as Art, despite them having some very unique and creditable department design; I have to give the builders and designers some kudos for this, but the problem is that these subjects should have just about as much work put into them as the buildings and rooms- all people should be able to learn about what they'd like to. The school puts too much focus on their main subjects. This school is supposedly a 'Maths Specialist School' I honestly don't see where it shines. Maths at this school can be a bore because a lot of things we learn in it we will never have to use in life. What is the purpose of algebra? Bragging rights? Ark, don't expect all of your students to want to become mathematicians. English is really where this school specialises- although it may not be everyone's favourite. One of the English teachers, Miss Hanna, has started a project on her Youtube channel which helps students in Key Stage 3 learn their grammar, and she also recently won £11,000 in a competition against teachers in England, and this will definitely help the school become more focused on this subject. This money can help her fund the project and let her other ideas for the Youtube series come to pass- if your child loves English, this school may be for them in, at latest, a year's time. A list of flaws for this school would be quite long, but here we go: - The toilets are always dirty and disgusting. - Some of the teachers in this school are either too kind or too strict. This school is about 'Civitas' (kindness) but some of the student's peers don't even seem to follow it. - The 'no phone' policy is quite unforgiving. If a phone goes off in a locker, the teachers won't let you/ your child off. Hey, at least they put it away and not in their bag. If anything happens between a child and a phone, the student will get a 90 minute detention (be thankful that's the limit here). - Some of the students are not getting the help they need with issues they face. Once I was given some light therapy on my anxiety, and the head of year hasn't checked on me since. I don't think I'd need it again, but it seems a bit careless. - The kids here won't stop making inappropriate noises. I think if anyone does it they should get an instant 45 minute detention- it's immature and sexist. - The computers can only be used for homework. Kids needs a break from school at lunchtime, and it's a bit harsh to not let them. Some of the teachers monitoring the computers won't even let me art programs, whether or not it's meant to be a humorous piece or not. I'm tired and I should be doing my homework. I would continue, but my hands hurt. Bye. Wow. I have the longest review. How convenient. I hope you thought it was helpful. I will add to it but I feel like my hands are going to run away from my wrist and enjoy their own life. Hand odyssey. How weird. I'm tired. Fullstop.
129 Salusbury Rd, London NW6 6PE, UK – 020 7372 2532
I've never been there but my friends has and they love it so i do too mashallah tabaracallah A school like no other 🕌🕌🕌
Never been to this school but I love the song of Allah made everything-Zain bhikha,the video was presented nicely of the kids being happy
7 Minster Rd, West Hampstead, London NW2 3SD, UK – 020 8452 7340
Amazing place! Excellent teachers, nurturing atmosphere.
A fantastic preparatory school for toddlers. The teachers take a lot of interest in each kid and keep parents informed all throughout
260 Brentfield Rd, London NW10 8HE, UK – 020 8965 8381
Great school in Tradition of Sanatana Dharma.
Magnificent education for nephew!!!! All A's!!!
85 Old Oak Common Ln, London W3 7DD, UK – 020 8749 5403
This Microportal is built on the 2day Microportals platform which provides you with 3 click access to local and global information crucial both to your personal and working life. The platform provides live local data on transport, what's on, accommodation, eating out, shopping, sport, religion and weather as well as comprehensive reference and resource sections including TV, radio, online shopping, route planning, health, education and more.
Copyright © 2004–2018 2day Microportals, East Quither Farm, Milton Abbot, Tavistock, Devon, PL19 0PZ, UK.