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WE LCOME . LONDON IS RECOGNISED AS A LEADING GLOBAL CENTRE FOR EDUCATION. RESIDENTS OF CONCORD COURT AT CHISWICK GATE HAVE EASY ACCESS TO MANY EXCELLENT EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS, CLOSE BY AND FURTHER AFIELD. London is internationally recognised as a centre of learning, and Chiswick has some of the best educational facilities of all. Many of London’s leading schools, colleges and universities are within easy reach of Concord Court. Young children can enjoy making friends in the welcoming local primary schools nearby, where caring staff will ensure that their individual personalities and talents are nurtured. As they grow older, they can take advantage of superb secondary schools. Educational standards are high, and there is a focus on achievement and on equipping young people for successful and enriching lives. As they become young adults, the educational opportunities continue. London’s colleges provide opportunity for every interest and aptitude, while London universities offer some of the finest further education in the world. 33
TH E BEST STARTING POINT London is not simply the hub of the UK’s cultural, commercial and financial sectors. It provides some of the finest schools, colleges and universities in the world – and a sound starting point for rewarding careers and stimulating lives. CITY OF THE CANARY RIVER CHISWICK HOUSE LONDON SHARD WHARF THAMES & GARDENS 7.8 MILES 8.5 MILES 11.3 MILES 0.2 MILES 0.4 MILES CONTENTS PRIMARY SCHOOLS P6 TURNHAM GREEN UNDERGROUND 0.8 MILES SECONDARY SCHOOLS P12 COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES P18 CHISWICK STATION RICHMOND PARK 0.8 MILES 3 MILES 4 5 All distances are approximate only and taken from google.co.uk/maps.
PRIMARY BE LMONT SCHOOLS PRIMARY So much depends on your child’s primary school. Concord Court offers a superb choice ‘E DUCATION IS OVERVIEW Situated close to Chiswick High Road, Belmont Primary of private and state schools nearby. Helping your children boost confidence and creativity THE FOUNDATION School has served generations of children. Today it is a two- form entry mixed primary school with 472 places for children aged 3-11. and discover the fun of learning is easier when UPON WHICH Belmont provides a vibrant, supportive and welcoming environment. It offers a balanced, stimulating and creative they can go to a school they love. CHANGE IS BUILT’ education where children can maximise their talents and abilities, develop pride in their achievements and feel happy, confident and secure. CHRISTINE GREGOIRE WHAT TO EXPECT Belmont Primary School is committed to providing a high- quality early years education to give children a secure and confident start. It aims to develop a broad range of knowledge and skills that provide the foundation for progress through school and life. HOW IT PERFORMS The school aims to achieve the highest possible standards across the curriculum. Books are used to support learning in all areas and children have opportunities to develop and embed maths skills in a wide range of contexts. They are an inclusive school and are committed to ensuring sustained progress and high standards of achievement for all pupils. ADDRESS Belmont Road, Chiswick, London W4 5UL W www.belmontprimaryschool.org.uk ADMISSION DETAILS Via the eAdmissions website KEY DISTANCE GENDER MIX 1 MILE COMMUNITY SCHOOL FEES MIXED OUTSTANDING SCHOOL (OFSTED) RATING 64 7
LATYM E R ST PETE R’S CE PRE P SCHOOL PRIMARY SCHOOL OVERVIEW Latymer Prep School is a community in which pupils aged 7 – 11, GROVE PARK OVERVIEW St. Peter’s is a very special one-form entry primary school located JOHN BETTS PRIMARY SCHOOL PRIMARY SCHOOL parents and teachers work together. The result is a learning between Ravenscourt Park and St Peter’s Square. The school was environment which is intellectually exciting, academically opened in 1849 for children of labouring, manufacturing and trading engaging and imaginatively stimulating. families, and today St Peter’s remains an inclusive school, which continues to serve the local community. WHAT TO EXPECT OVERVIEW OVERVIEW The school curriculum ranges from maths to cookery, Grove Park Primary School is located in central Chiswick and WHAT TO EXPECT The school’s aim is to prepare children for life.The curriculum is Mandarin to design, science, art, history, philosophy and flourishes as an outstanding two form entry primary school, All children are supported to achieve their full potential. There broad and encapsulates skills that children require now as well as literature. Through support, guidance and encouragement the offering a hub of creativity, high ambition and achievement. It are high academic standards and opportunities to enable them skills that will help them to be ready for the future. school seeks to nurture self-confidence and resilience in pupils is surrounded by magnificent oak trees with an allotment and to discover skills and talents in other areas of the curriculum, to enable them to achieve to the highest academic standards. pond and wildlife area providing a haven of peace and greenery such as art, music, sport and drama. As a voluntary aided school, WHAT TO EXPECT in the heart of west London. there are strong links with the local church. John Betts School is voluntary aided and non-denominational HOW IT PERFORMS with broadly Christian values. Kindness, integrity, resilience, WHAT TO EXPECT HOW IT PERFORMS and courage are at its heart. So is a commitment to providing The aim is to nurture a sense of social responsibility, where social, cultural and religious diversity is valued and celebrated. The atmosphere throughout the school is one of excitement There is a highly skilled, motivated and committed staff team, innovative, creative, high-quality education, to equip every Equal opportunity for girls and boys from all backgrounds and concentration. Friendship is greatly valued. A creative and and a strong and visionary Governing body. Their enthusiasm child with the skills and knowledge needed for the transfer is offered and all children are encouraged to meet new vibrant learning environment which reflects the children’s work has helped motivate children to achieve and excel. to secondary school and life beyond. There is a vast choice challenges, and to give of their best in both academic studies permeates the school. of extra-curricular activities ranging from music theory, chess and their extra-curricular activities. ADDRESS and art to yoga and Kung Fu. HOW IT PERFORMS 33 St Peter’s Road, Hammersmith W6 9BA ADDRESS It was included in the Sunday Times top 200, reflecting its status HOW IT PERFORMS W www.stpetersce.lbhf.sch.uk 36 Upper Mall, Hammersmith, London W6 9TA as a leader of primary provision in the local area. The golden The school sets high ambitions for all children ensuring they W www.latymerprep.org thread running through the curriculum are the values of Trust, ADMISSION DETAILS make better than expected progress and achieve above both Respect, Empathy and Enthusiasm, contextualising children’s local authority and national outcomes. learning so that they learn from real life and fostering a spirit of Apply via the eAdmissions website ADMISSION DETAILS enquiry and purpose. ADDRESS Apply via the school website Paddenswick Road, London W6 0UA ADDRESS W www.johnbetts.lbhf.sch.uk Nightingale Close, Grove Park Terrace, Chiswick W4 3JN W www.groveparkprimary.co.uk ADMISSION DETAILS Apply via the eAdmissions website ADMISSION DETAILS Apply via the eAdmissions website 1 MILE £6,325* PER TERM 1.1 MILES COMMUNITY SCHOOL 1.3 MILES VOLUNTARY AIDED 1.7 MILES VOLUNTARY AIDED MIXED EXCELLENT MIXED OUTSTANDING MIXED OUTSTANDING MIXED OUTSTANDING SCHOOL (ISI RATING) SCHOOL (OFSTED) SCHOOL (OFSTED) SCHOOL (OFSTED) 8 9 *Price correct at time of print May 2020.
BARNES MARSHGATE PRIMARY SCHOOL PRIMARY SCHOOL OVERVIEW Situated across the River Thames in south-west London ST STE PHEN’S CE OVERVIEW Located in Richmond, Marshgate Primary is an inclusive multi- EAST SH E EN PRIMARY SCHOOL PRIMARY SCHOOL Barnes Primary is a vibrant, dynamic and happy place to cultural, multi-faith school. It holds the highest expectations for discover learning. all pupils and supports this through a stimulating and challenging curriculum and an excellent learning environment. WHAT TO EXPECT OVERVIEW WHAT TO EXPECT OVERVIEW Barnes Primary School is a community where everyone is empowered to succeed and strive to continually improve on A church school located in Shepherd’s Bush working in close A high specification building is set in landscaped grounds and East Sheen Primary is a three-form entry community primary their personal best. The principal objective is for each pupil to partnership with St Stephen’s church as well as parents and carers. is equipped with the very latest technology offering a high- school with an excellent reputation for providing fun and develop a deep interest in, and love for learning, and to apply The school provides a happy and stimulating environment, rooted quality learning environment where children feel confident, happiness, combined with high standards of education. it to the world around them. in Christian values while respecting people holding different beliefs. happy and secure. Excellence, and the achievement of full potential for every child are overriding priorities, while self- WHAT TO EXPECT HOW IT PERFORMS WHAT TO EXPECT respect and respect for others are core values. The aim is to provide a broad based, exciting education. Pupils The goal is for pupils to become self-motivated, independent St. Stephen’s has a rich, diverse and creative curriculum; giving have a reputation as confident, well-mannered people who learners with a wide range of study skills that will prove useful each child a balanced education. The ethos is that every child has HOW IT PERFORMS contribute to the community. Children have opportunities to them throughout their lives. The curriculum is designed to a unique skill or quality, and that it is the school’s responsibility to The school ethos is to enable every child to achieve their across the curriculum, with circle time, philosophy, PSHE, prepare them for life and work in the twenty-first century and nurture that potential by offering a wide range of opportunities full potential, irrespective of culture, religion, ethnicity, buddy initiatives, conferencing, targeted support, school trips supported by a commitment to high standards. to develop and enhance it. gender or disability. This is achieved through the provision and more. This enables them to embrace exciting challenges, of a broad and balanced high-quality curriculum, designed preparing them to become contributors to the wider world. ADDRESS HOW IT PERFORMS to lead to future success. As well as focused learning that looks at children’s individual HOW IT PERFORMS Cross Street, Barnes, London SW13 0QQ needs, St Stephen’s provides a lively and diverse after school ADDRESS The school encourages children to aspire and achieve high W www.barnes.richmond.sch.uk club programme, educational trips in and around London, many 157 Queens Road, Richmond TW10 6HY standards in reading, writing and arithmetic and to develop a ADMISSION DETAILS different sporting activities, individual music tuition and the W www.marshgate.richmond.sch.uk love for learning. The latest OFSTED inspection (2008) and opportunity to take part in a range of performances both in consistently strong annual results show a school that records Apply via the eAdmissions website and out of school. outstanding educational achievement. ADMISSION DETAILS Apply via the eAdmissions website ADDRESS ADDRESS Uxbridge Road, Shepherd’s Bush W12 8LH Upper Richmond Road West, London SW14 8ED W www.ststephensce.lbhf.sch.uk W www.eastsheen.richmond.sch.uk ADMISSION DETAILS ADMISSION DETAILS Apply via the eAdmissions website Apply via the eAdmissions website 2.5 MILES COMMUNITY SCHOOL 2.5 MILES VOLUNTARY AIDED 2.8 MILES COMMUNITY SCHOOL 3.1 MILES COMMUNITY SCHOOL MIXED OUTSTANDING MIXED OUTSTANDING MIXED OUTSTANDING MIXED OUTSTANDING SCHOOL (OFSTED) SCHOOL (OFSTED) SCHOOL (OFSTED) SCHOOL (OFSTED) 10 11
SECONDARY CH ISWICK SCHOOLS SCHOOL Secondary schools help to take children on the journey into becoming adults. Academic ‘WHEN YOU OVERVIEW Chiswick School is a mixed 11-18 school that is truly excellence, the ability to rise to challenges and a determination to succeed are all part of the KNOW BETTER comprehensive in its nature. It has an excellent academic reputation and a proven track record of Oxbridge and Russell Group university offers for pupils. preparation for adult life. YOU DO BETTER’ WHAT TO EXPECT MAYA ANGELOU The school has strong sporting achievements. There are excellent facilities including a boat house and teams compete at local, regional and national competitions in over 10 different sports. As well as sporting exertions, activities include music clubs, the Duke of Edinburgh award, drama productions, computer clubs and trips to international destinations. HOW IT PERFORMS Chiswick aims to nurture confidence, passion and curiosity to enable students to strive for excellence. The intention is to provide an exceptional curriculum that enriches pupils’ lives with excellent examination results and staff are determined that all pupils will leave equipped to go on to university or the career of their choice. In 2019, Year 11 pupils achieved over 100 new 9 grades in GSCE exams. NOTABLE ALUMNI Rolan Bell, actor James Stevenson, musician Natalie Sawyer, TV presenter ADDRESS Burlington Lane, London W4 3UN W www.chiswickschool.org ADMISSION DETAILS Via the eAdmissions website KEY DISTANCE GENDER MIX 0.6 MILES ACADEMY CONVERTER FEES MIXED GOOD SCHOOL (OFSTED) RATING 10 12 13
TH E HARRODIAN ARTSE D THE ARTS EDUCATIONAL SCHOOL SCHOOL OVERVIEW A recognised award-winning centre of excellence in the LATYM E R OVERVIEW Set on a 25-acre riverside estate in Barnes, Harrodian is an TH E SWE DISH UPPE R SCHOOL SCHOOL performing arts, ArtsEd has been nurturing creative and independent school for boys and girls aged between 4 and talented children since 1919 and is now an exceptional 18 years. It includes departments tailored to meet the needs independent school where the arts are the heart of an of three age groups, Pre-Prep, Prep and Senior/Sixth, that outstanding education. make up a single, close knit whole. OVERVIEW OVERVIEW WHAT TO EXPECT Located in the heart of west London, Latymer is one of the leading WHAT TO EXPECT The Swedish School in London is a private, non-profit school, Pastoral care and expert teaching inspire pupils’ confidence, co-educational day schools in the country. Dating back to 1694, it Founded in 1993, the school is committed to educating the which offers first-class Swedish education from preschool to curiosity and commitment to all of their studies, both academic offers today’s pupils a life-changing education in an atmosphere that whole child academically, physically, socially, culturally and morally, high school. It follows the Swedish curriculum and serves as a and vocational. Dedicated staff build learning relationships with is modern and forward-thinking. in and beyond the classroom. The aim is to produce thoughtful, local community for Swedish families living in London. pupils, enabling them to flourish as a person, as a learner and healthy and considerate young people who are confident and as a performer. A balance of vocational and academic classes WHAT TO EXPECT well informed. WHAT TO EXPECT instils confidence and a broad range of skills, giving pupils the Latymer offers a diverse and dynamic environment in which scope at 16 or 18+ to pursue a path that’s right for them. Small classes, dedicated teachers and a friendly atmosphere pupils from all walks of life learn together and are exposed HOW IT PERFORMS help students to realise their full potential. There is a clear to different perspectives. It promotes a global outlook and Harrodian delivers a balanced education. Dynamic specialist academic focus, with self-confidence, determination, responsibility HOW IT PERFORMS combines the highest academic achievements with excellence teachers and support staff inspire pupils to work to the limits and compassion valued. The aim is to help every student to In every classroom, studio and theatre space, the skills needed in the arts and sport. of their potential, prepare them thoroughly for the next steps develop into a more confident, eloquent and social person. for successful teamwork are demonstrated and reinforced, in life and help them develop a broad range of interests and developing a genuine sense of collaboration. HOW IT PERFORMS skills along the way. HOW IT PERFORMS Founder Edward Latymer’s vision was to offer a life-changing The school is the main representative for Swedish education NOTABLE ALUMNI education. Latymer Upper School, now a vibrant, co-educational NOTABLE ALUMNI abroad, and students are given a sound academic preparation Ballerina Dame Beryl Grey became Director of the Schools in student body of 1,400 girls and boys from a diverse range of Robert Pattinson, actor for further studies in Sweden or other countries. Each the 1960s and Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber became President backgrounds, maintains this tradition. One in four pupils are on Will Poulter, actor student’s learning is based on their individual abilities, enabling of ArtsEd in 2007. a means-tested bursary, making Latymer one of the most Jack Whitehall, comedian and actor them to fully realise their academic and creative potential. inclusive independent schools in the country. Dame Julie Andrews, actress Dame Angela Lansbury, actress ADDRESS ADDRESS NOTABLE ALUMNI Lonsdale Road, London SW13 9QN 82 Lonsdale Road, London SW13 9JS ADDRESS Alan Rickman, actor W www.harrodiansports.com W www.swedishschool.org.uk Hugh Grant, actor Cone Ripman House, 14 Bath Road, Andy Holmes, Olympic gold medal rower ADMISSION DETAILS ADMISSION DETAILS Chiswick, London W4 1LY Heston Blumenthal, chef W www.artsed.co.uk Apply via the school website Apply via the school website ADMISSION DETAILS ADDRESS Apply via the school website King Street, Hammersmith, London W6 9LR W www.latymer-upper.org ADMISSION DETAILS Apply via the school website ACTING PATHWAY £5,310* PER TERM PREP SCHOOL (AGES 8 TO 12+) AUTUMN TERM £5,967* PER TERM £4600* DANCE PATHWAY 1 MILE £5,360* PER TERM 1.3 MILES £6,945* PER TERM 1.8 MILES SENIORS (AGES 13 TO 15+) 2.0 MILES SPRING TERM £6,896* PER TERM £5600* AUDITION FEE £75* MIXED OUTSTANDING MIXED EXCELLENT MIXED GOOD MIXED OUTSTANDING SCHOOL (OFSTED) SCHOOL (ISI RATING) SCHOOL (OFSTED) SCHOOL (OFSTED) 14 15 *Prices correct at time of print May 2020. *Prices correct at time of print May 2020.
G ODOLPH IN & ST PAUL’S LATYM E R SCHOOL GI RLS’ SCHOOL OVERVIEW An academically selective day school for girls aged 11-18. Girls OVERVIEW Based in Hammersmith and founded in 1904, St Paul’s was one ST PAUL’S SCHOOL sit the London 11+ Consortium entrance examinations and in of the first schools to believe in the importance of educating the Sixth Form can choose the International Baccalaureate or women, giving them the skills and confidence to take their place A Level pathway. in a fast-moving world. A means-tested bursary programme provides fee assistance for talented pupils. WHAT TO EXPECT OVERVIEW From its very beginning, St Paul’s has embraced a liberal ideology. Founded in 1509, the aim of St Paul’s has always been to WHAT TO EXPECT Rules are few, there is no uniform and girls are encouraged educate boys “from all nations and countries” regardless to develop their own passions and interests. The curriculum is of race, creed or social background. The curriculum is both broad and deep, and beyond the classroom there is wide range of activities and interests on broad with opportunity for individual research, discussion and offer. Each girl is supported with initiatives to encourage risk- debate. Music and drama are open to all and the art studio is WHAT TO EXPECT taking, resilience and self-belief. an oasis of creative energy. Now in modern buildings in Hammersmith, St Paul’s School provides an engaging and supportive environment. Pupils are HOW IT PERFORMS HOW IT PERFORMS actively encouraged to pursue their own interests, whether The aim is to provide academic and all-round excellence in Students take ownership of their lives, to embrace opportunity intellectual, cultural, spiritual or physical, with a wide range education and development with an exciting range of intellectual, and to grow in resilience and self-reliance. The bursary scheme of societies and activities. The excellent facilities include a creative and physical challenges, to encourage individual passions provides an opportunity to offer the full breadth of education new astro-turf pitch, a drama centre, featuring the Samuel and particular skills. Within this principled, caring and friendly to talented girls whatever their background. Pepys theatre, and an RIBA award-winning science building. community, girls learn to lead, to work together and to forge firm friendships. NOTABLE ALUMNI HOW IT PERFORMS Sunday Times Independent Secondary School of Year 2020. Rosalind Franklin, scientist, played a role in the discovery St Paul’s is open to all academically eligible boys, regardless of the structure of DNA of their economic or social circumstances and provides NOTABLE ALUMNI Thomasina Miers, chef and founder of Wahaca an outstanding intellectual, spiritual and physical education, restaurant chain combining tradition with the best of the present. Kate Beckinsale, actress Rachel Weisz, actress Sadie Jones, author NOTABLE ALUMNI Sophie Ellis-Bextor, singer Nigella Lawson, food writer, journalist and broadcaster ADDRESS Samuel Pepys, civil servant and diarist Brook Green, Hammersmith, London W6 7BS Simon Dennis, Olympic gold medal rower ADDRESS W www.spgs.org Dan Snow, journalist and TV presenter Iffley Road, London W6 0PG ADMISSION DETAILS ADDRESS W www.godolphinandlatymer.com Exam/Interview 80 Lonsdale Road, London SW13 9JT ADMISSION DETAILS Apply via the school website W www.stpaulsschool.org.uk Exam/Interview Apply via the school website ADMISSION DETAILS Exam/Interview Apply via the school website REGISTRATION FEE £125* 2.0 MILES TUITION FEE 2.2 MILES £8,629* PER TERM 2.6 MILES £8,636* PER TERM £7,695* GIRLS GIRLS BOYS EXCELLENT – – SCHOOL SCHOOL SCHOOL (ISI RATING) 16 17 *Prices correct at time of print May 2020. *Prices correct at time of print May 2020.
COLLEGES HAMM E RSM ITH & & UNIVE RSITI ES FULHAM COLLEGE In a challenging modern world, further education is key to success. Academic or vocational, London’s ‘L EARNING OVERVIEW The Hammersmith & Fulham College is the largest campus of wealth of schools and colleges ensure that there are plenty of learning opportunities all within easy NEVER EXHAUSTS the five West London Colleges. It offers excellent facilities to prepare for career or university progression and for recreation. reach of Concord Court. THE MIND’ WHAT TO EXPECT The college aims to be the leading college in west London LEONARDO DA VINCI for technical and vocational education and skills training. It sets out to be welcoming and supportive; to inspire learning and improve lives through education, training and skills development. It supports social and economic success for students, businesses and communities across west London. HOW IT PERFORMS The college aims to drive success enabling learners and staff to achieve high expectations and ambitious goals. Its ethos is to be open, honest, fair and respectful, driving success and helping students overcome barriers and find solutions. ADDRESS Gliddon Road, London W14 9BL W www.wlc.ac.uk/contact-us/hammersmith-fulham-college ADMISSION DETAILS Via the college website KEY DISTANCE £4,420* PER ACADEMIC YEAR 2.0 MILES (FOR 2019/2020) FEES 18 19 *Price correct at time of print May 2020.
ROYAL KENSINGTON COLLEGE OF ART & CH E LSEA OVERVIEW The Royal College of Art’s historic Kensington campus is located IM PE RIAL COLLEGE COLLEGE LONDON in the ‘Albertopolis’ district of London, flanked by Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park. The college offers a range of Graduate Diploma, MA, MRes, MPhil and PhD degree programmes across art and design disciplines. OVERVIEW OVERVIEW Kensington and Chelsea College merged with Morley College WHAT TO EXPECT Imperial College London is the only UK university to focus in February 2020 and offers courses ranging from Basic English The RCA is divided into four schools, architecture, arts & entirely on science, engineering, medicine and business. This through to degree courses for both school leavers and adults. humanities, communication and design. Superb facilities and tight focus has led to an international reputation for excellence technical equipment support students in explorations of the in teaching and research that is truly cutting edge. WHAT TO EXPECT creative possibilities of the new and the traditional, and the interplay between them. WHAT TO EXPECT The college offers two centres boasting great learning facilities and social environments, an excellent student support network More than 140 nationalities are represented on the Imperial and many opportunities for activities beyond the classroom. HOW IT PERFORMS College campus, making it one of the most international Services include course advice and guidance, enrichment, study RCA is the most research intensive art and design institution in universities in the world. Students will have access to world- support, careers advice, counselling and well-being. the UK, an approach founded on the premise that art, design, class research facilities, from full motion flight simulators and creative thinking, science, engineering and technology must hydrodynamics labs to wind tunnels. HOW IT PERFORMS collaborate to solve today’s challenges. The College’s centre for enterprise, entrepreneurship, incubation and business support has HOW IT PERFORMS The success of students is one of the many areas in which the helped launch more than 66 start-up and spin-out companies. college stands out. Imperial holds a Silver Athena Swan award, which recognises The percentage of students achieving qualifications is among RANKING: World’s leading university of Art and Design* advancing women’s careers in science, technology, engineering, the best in London colleges, with pass rates in English and maths and medicine. The college is consistently rated as one Maths GCSEs way above average. Level 3 students have an NOTABLE ALUMNI of the world’s best universities. excellent progression into university, with many going on to top Barbara Hepworth and Henry Moore, sculptors RANKING: 3rd in Europe / 10th in the world ** institutions as well as starting their careers. David Hockney and Sir Peter Blake, painters Tony and Ridley Scott, film directors NOTABLE ALUMNI ADDRESS James Dyson, industrial designer Sylvia Pankhurst, suffragette movement H G Wells, writer Hortensia Road, London SW10 0QS Alexander Fleming, biologist and pharmacologist W www.kcc.ac.uk Brian May, musician ADDRESS Dame Sally Davies, Chief Medical Officer for England ADMISSION DETAILS Kensington Gore, London SW7 2EU Apply via the college website; HE via UCAS website W www.rca.ac.uk ADDRESS Exhibition Road, London SW7 2AZ ADMISSION DETAILS W www.imperial.ac.uk Apply via UCAS website ADMISSION DETAILS Apply via UCAS website £9,750† PER ACADEMIC YEAR £9,250† PER ACADEMIC YEAR 3.8 MILES UNDER 19’S ARE FREE 3.9 MILES (FOR 2020/2021) 4.0 MILES (FOR 2020/2021) 20 21 *QS World University Subject Rankings from 2015 til 2020 **Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020 †Price correct at time of print May 2020.
PAGE PRIMARY & PREPARATORY SCHOOLS DISTANCE WALKING DRIVING 7 1 BELMONT PRIMARY* 1.0 MILES 17 MINS 5 MINS 8 2 LATYMER PREP SCHOOL 1.0 MILES 20 MINS 4 MINS 8 3 GROVE PARK PRIMARY SCHOOL* 1.1 MILES 21 MINS 6 MINS 9 4 ST PETER’S CE PRIMARY SCHOOL* 1.3 MILES 19 MINS 6 MINS 9 5 JOHN BETTS PRIMARY SCHOOL* 1.7 MILES 31 MINS 7 MINS 10 6 BARNES PRIMARY SCHOOL* 2.5 MILES 10 MINS 10 7 ST STEPHEN’S CE PRIMARY SCHOOL* 2.5 MILES 8 MINS 11 8 MARSHGATE PRIMARY SCHOOL* 2.8 MILES 9 MINS 11 9 EAST SHEEN PRIMARY SCHOOL* 3.1 MILES 10 MINS SECONDARY SCHOOLS 13 10 CHISWICK SCHOOL 0.6 MILES 10 MINS 5 MINS 14 11 THE ARTS EDUCATIONAL SCHOOL* 1.0 MILES 20 MINS 6 MINS 14 12 LATYMER UPPER SCHOOL 1.3 MILES 24 MINS 6 MINS 15 13 THE HARRODIAN SCHOOL 1.8 MILES 10 MINS 15 14 THE SWEDISH SCHOOL* 2.0 MILES 11 MINS 16 15 GODOLPHIN & LATYMER SCHOOL 2.0 MILES 7 MINS 17 16 ST PAUL’S GIRLS’ SCHOOL 2.2 MILES 7 MINS 17 17 ST PAUL’S SCHOOL 2.6 MILES 11 MINS AT TH E COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES CENTRE 19 20 18 19 HAMMERSMITH & FULHAM COLLEGE KENSINGTON & CHELSEA COLLEGE 2.0 MILES 3.8 MILES 6 MINS 11 MINS OF GREAT 21 20 ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART 3.9 MILES 10 MINS E DUCATION 21 21 IMPERIAL COLLEGE LONDON 4.0 MILES 12 MINS *Ofsted ratings are outstanding for these schools at time of print. Map not to scale and is indicative only. All travel times are approximate only and 22 taken from www.google.co.uk/maps and www.tfl.gov.uk. Concord Court is 0.8 mile 23 from Chiswick Station and 0.8 miles from Turnham Green Underground Station.
‘T HOUGHTS COME CLEARLY WHILE 7 ONE WALKS’ WESTFIELD Shepherd’s Bush Holland Park Shepherd’s Bush Market THOMAS MANN KENSINGTON PALACE HYDE PARK A3 O2 SHEPHERD’S 22 Concord Court is conveniently positioned close BUSH EMPIRE 0 Goldhawk Road 20 to many of west London’s finest educational 1 High Street Kensington ROYAL facilities. Welcoming, friendly local primaries, ALBERT HALL A3 stimulating secondaries and world class colleges 22 HARRODS Kensington 0 11 (Olympia) KNIGHTSBRIDGE and universities are all within easy reach. 1 5 15 KENSINGTON Chiswick Park Turnham Green 16 Stamford Brook Ravenscourt Park A406 Gloucester Road HEATHROW & M4 A315 CHISWICK HIGH ROAD King Stre et 20 South oad A315 Kensington es tR 12 Hammersmith 18 21 at W A4 Gre Gunnersbury Earl's Court Talgarth Road A4 ad 4 ton Road A32 18 05 Ro mp est Bro Kew Bridge A2 CHISWICK at W 2 Old 06 Gre Barons Court West Kensington A3 17 08 HAMMERSMITH A3 A4 A3 Hogarth Lane 22 Fin Kew Road 0 bo ro gh West Brompton u Ro CHISWICK HOUSE Fulha 14 ad 3 u & GARDENS lna m Pala ste Ca ce R Lillie R oad 13 oad A3 CHELSEA 220 FOOTBALL CLUB Chiswick LONDON WETLAND 19 BATTERSEA CENTRE Fulha m Ro a d PARK Fulham Broadway CHELSEA oad Ba BARNES tte R rse Kew ne KEW GARDENS A205 aB La A306 10 n rid to ng ge rli Kew Gardens ad Ro Bu ad Ro Ful KEW FULHAM ham m ha 16 FOOTBALL CLUB Ful 3 Parsons Green A330 Pal A3 A307 Imperial Wharf A30 2 5 ace DUKES MEADOW Ro GOLF COURSE ad ue en Barnes Bridge Av FULHAM PALACE rd iffo FULHAM Cl 6 Latch 06 mere A3 South Circ ular Ro Road a d Lower Richmond Ro ad Mortlake Ro Putney Bridge 316 9 w Ke A Barnes PUTNEY ad eet North Sheen South Circular Road Str S ou t h Cir igh A205 cula r Roa ey H d Putn Clapham Richmond Upp er R ichm Junction A305 ond 8 R oad Putney Wandsworth Town ane RICHMOND A306 ry L Prio Rise East Putney Battersea RICHMOND PARK 24 ad 25 Ro on gst Kin
A VERY LIMITED EDITION Concord Court at Chiswick Gate is an exclusive collection of just nine spacious 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments situated in one of London’s most desirable locations. Each of these contemporary homes is finished to the highest standards, equipped with the latest in-home technology and enjoying superb facilities. A well-equipped private gym and a friendly concierge help life run smoothly. 26 27 Computer generated images depict Concord Court and are indicative only.
THE PLACE TO BE Concord Court, Chiswick Gate, Burlington Lane, London W4 2ER Please note, that there is no Sales & Marketing Suite on the development. For all enquiries please contact: T. 0203 725 8999 | www.chiswick-gate.co.uk WALKING DIRECTIONS FROM TURNHAM GREEN TUBE STATION Turnham Green Stamford Brook Chiswick Park Exit the station and turn left onto Turnham A315 King Street Green Terrace. After 0.2 miles cross over Chiswick High Road A3000 Turnham Green Chiswick High Road before taking your C h isw A3000 oad est R Devon second left onto Devonshire Road. After CHISWICK Gre at W ick L 0.4 miles follow the road round onto shire A4 ane Roa Dorchester Grove before taking the d underpass under the Hogarth Roundabout. A4 Exit the underpass onto Burlington Lane and follow the signs towards Chiswick Gate. ad o Chiswick rt R House & Gardens Cou HOME ISN’T on Sutt es ham DRIVING DIRECTIONS River T Road N A PLACE, IT’S Lane Access can be gained via Burlington dale ton ling Bu r Lons Lane (A316). If travelling out of London, Chiswick BARNES Burlington Lane is the second exit off A FEELING the Hogarth Roundabout. Map not to scale, locations approximate only. N Concord Court offers homes within a select community, carefully planned around tranquil gardens. These intimate and beautifully planted outdoor spaces connect to create a striking green heart. The result is a unique sense of place and the feeling of a secluded oasis that is exclusively for residents to enjoy. All distances are approximate and sourced from Google.co.uk/maps. Address is indicative and to be used for marketing purposes. The information in this document is indicative and is intended to act as a guide only as to the finished product. 08CA/0520 28 Computer generated image depicts Concord Court and is indicative only.
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