Kings London
Kings London is a modern independent college for ambitious students looking for a mature yet supportive learning environment and community in which they can express their own identity, explore their
Old College Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club
The club is situated in the heart of leafy Dulwich, next to Dulwich Picture Gallery. Gallery Road runs off the south circular opposite Dulwich College, between the A205 and Dulwich Village. Five of
Pascals College
A small unique college in the centre of Beckenham, we offer a range of subjects from GCSE to A level. The college's aim is to offer courses that "fit" the student. With this in mind students are given
St. Aloysius' College Galle OBA UK
St. Aloysius' College is one of the leading boys' schools in Southern Province of Sri Lanka. It is located in Galle, the capital city of Southern Province in Sri Lanka. The college was established in
St Joseph's College
We are a warm and caring Lasallian community. St Joseph's provides a stimulating and challenging environment for students to study, learn, grow and develop into young adults who are ready and prepared
Conisborough College
Conisborough College offers a broad and balanced curriculum to around 900 girls and boys aged 11-16. I am extremely proud to be associated with Conisborough College. The school has made huge progress
Prendergast - Hilly Fields College
Prendergast School and Prendergast 6th Form College are part of an outstanding 11 - 18 school. The school is a girls' school from years 7 to 11 and the 6th Form is co-educational. We have 4 forms of
Christ The King
Established in 1992, the College has a tradition of providing high quality education for students over the age of sixteen. The mission statement underpins all our work and is central to the College
St Thomas The Apostle College
I feel very privileged to be Head of School at St Thomas the Apostle College. We are a very successful Catholic boys school which I am proud to say is within the top 4 performing schools in Southwark,
Bromley & Sheppards Colleges
Bromley College was founded in 1666 by the Will of John Warner, Bishop of Rochester to provide housing for "twenty poore widowes of orthodoxe and loyall clergiemen." The bishop had been deprived of