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Westminster Adult Education Service

Amberley Road, London W9 2JJ, UK – 020 7297 7297


Kensington and Chelsea College

Hortensia Rd, Chelsea, London SW10 0QS, UK – 020 7573 3600

Kensington and chelsea college is a wonderful place that really helps people start towards higher education and learn what they enjoy. I studied art and all the tutors are so passionate and considerate with a real interest in the students who they always prioritised. The Chelsea campus is a really great building with easy access and lots of resources for students.

I completed my access to humanities course here 16yrs ago. Staff were wonderful and supportive. Help with the UCAS forms was invaluable. I went on to a degree in Psychology and later an MSc in Social Work. I have now ventured down a new path of design. But I STRONGLY recommend this college for people starting on a new career path no matter what it might be. I just wouldn't recommend the French tutor he is not very nice.

Little Wild Nursery

Queen Elizabeth Walk, Barnes, London SW13 9SA, UK – 07837 746366

My son absolutely adores Little Wild Nursery. He has mild special needs and I was needing a preschool that would care for him really well. This place is it! He is looked after so well and he loves the outdoor setting. He has grown in confidence and he often runs off without looking back! I love the low child to adult ratios and I have a lot of contact with his key worker who is really on the ball with what is going on with each child. They make lots of fun things that they bring home and they have campfires and cook food over the fire. There are school nativities, fireworks nights and sports days, which are adapted for the woods! My son's life has been enriched from being here and I am so happy as a parent to thoroughly recommend this nursery!

My daughter loves going to the little wild nursery. She only goes twice a week but would love it to be more! They adapt the early years education for outside learning, whilst allowing the children plenty of time for free play and they learn about nature, how to use specific tools, how to be responsible for themselves and care for each other and the environment. All weathers are good and provide opportunities for learning and playing. They use a teepee in particularly adverse weather.