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Co Holymead Junior School, Brislington, Avon, Bristol BS4 4HB, UK – 0117 914 4471
Excellent pre-school. Lots of learning through play, cooking in the kitchen, making music in a great music room, Forestry school, lots more. They cover amazing themes. A large room with lots of small communication and friendly spaces which supports children to gain confidence in using their voices.
South St, Bristol BS3 3AU, UK – 0117 377 2340
Compass Point South St School & Children's Centre is great school and have good manegement my kids attended since 2013 the school deserved more then 5* but I cant find more then 5 * thank you
My son has been going to the nursery for about 2 years now. They are generally wonderful, he's stimulated, they have the right amount of staff and the staff spend a lot of time with the kids. Would recommend, but as usual the waiting list is long!
8 Durdham Park, Bristol BS6 6XE, UK – 0117 973 5620
I have been working with Torwood Independent School and Nursery and I am heartened to find such a deep commitment to achieving the very best outcomes for the children throughout the school and nursery. All childcare should claim to be professional and focused, but here it goes so much further - they are consistently striving to be the best they can in support of and for the education of children.
17 Oakfield Rd, Bristol BS8 2AW, UK – 0117 974 2929
Our little boy attends Mama Bears Oakfield Road and we couldn't be happier with this nursery. The team are fantastic, very caring and nurturing, imaginative and huge fans of messy play (which is great as a parent who does not enjoy messy play at home). The nursery offers wonderful outdoor space which they use all year round, a ball pool room, sensory spaces as well as individual rooms for different age groups. Our son has flourished in this environment and loves being part of this nursery community.
My daughter likes a lot this place because she met quite a lot new friends. The staff is polite and gentle with the kids and during the week I feel safe about my little princess. When I pick her after work she has hard time leaving. And if you could have seen her in the beginning - she was crying not to leave her there! Definitely a child friendly place.
Broadwalk Shopping Centre, Broad Walk, Bristol BS4 2QU, UK – 0117 370 2442
I loved it. Best soft play in town for two years old. She can comfortably explore all sections and price is very reasonable. I prefer this to play space
Great for very little ones (1-6 maybe up to 9ish). Small but well designed. Decent little cafe bit. Very reasonable prices, will be going again.
7-8 King St, Bristol BS1 4EQ, UK – 0117 969 3990
A wonderful nursery with brilliant staff. My little one has been here for a year and absolutely loves it. The nursery provides a great range of structured activities both indoors and outdoors (including forest school and visits around the local area) and I am constantly amazed at the amount my child has learnt whilst here. An excellent choice with a lovely environment and good central location.
Very surprised to read this. My children were looked after by this manager when she was at Filton. She runs a very tight ship but the children are always very happy and enjoy the nursery every day.
Somerset Square, Bristol BS1 6RT, UK – 0117 377 2100
Such a hard school to get into, but a brilliant place to learn.My son started in Sept and he absolutely loves it.Happy Son.Happy mum!
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Allfoxton Rd, Bristol BS7 9NL, UK – 0117 952 7100
As student at this school, I can confirm that it is an amazing option for education. Just watch out for Corbyn (or however his name is spelt) in Year 8 ; he keeps flirting with this Year 7 girl who has a girlfriend. Education : 8/10 People : 5/10
My best friend Lisa Patel used to go here. Where are you Lisa?? I've forgiven you
College Rd, Bristol BS8 3JD, UK – 0117 973 0201
This school is amazing, The teachers there are so sweet and caring and the pupils are so polite. The atmosphere there is so understanding, also the school buildings are outstanding it is a beautiful environment with a beautiful community. It is the best school ever I am so happy I found this school to let my children grow up in such a friendly school.
Its a pretty nice school
University Rd, Bristol BS8 1SR, UK – 0117 973 6006
Berkeley Pl, Bristol BS8 1JX, UK – 0117 930 3040
Great private school situated in Clifton, although it's sports facilities are away in Failland. Achieves good A-level and GCSE results too
Spent 5 years here as a boarder, it was great - hash browns weren't bad for breakfast either.
254 Wells Rd, Bristol BS4 2PN, UK – 0117 977 7218
Cleve House School has been the ‘hidden gem’ of South Bristol for too long. Now under new management, this school energetically thrusts forward with creative flair and a new vision. It remains true to its core values of traditional education in the 3R’s and providing each pupil with a sound moral backbone. The pupils delight in a host of extra-curricular activities and a newly formed PTA is actively hosting and organising events for all. The warm family feel this school emits is truly unique and children build happy memories that go well beyond the school gates.
Thank you Cleve House, for giving two generations of my family a wonderful start in life. I will always remember the whole school sitting on and around the main entrance hall stairs for our assemblies and feeling extremely proud wearing my duffle coat! Mrs Lowe, my music teacher was fantastic and she helped me gain a real love of music!
18 Cotham Grove, Bristol BS6 6AL, UK – 0117 377 2610
Happy 70th birthday!! To my school! Xxx
Decent for a school, a bit small...
Halston Dr, Bristol BS2 9JE, UK – 0117 377 2630
Better than cotham XDD XDD XDD XDDD XDD
This is an amazing school where you can have fun and great experiences!☺😊😀😁😂😃😄😅😆😉.
College Square, Bristol BS1 5TS, UK – 0117 353 2052
i go to this school
A student petition calls it "ridiculous" as some UK universities keep lectures online for next term.
The pandemic has changed people's attitudes to online working and learning, vice-chancellor says.
GCSE, AS and A-levels will take place in NI again but pupils taking CCEA exams will sit fewer tests.
Pupils wearing caps and hoodies gather outside a school in support of Ella Goodwin on Monday.
Carisbrooke Lodge, Westbury Park, Bristol BS6 7JE, UK – 0117 973 3301
Andy Rule's Letter on Aurora St Christopher's School. I am so appalled to read about Andy Rule's Letter about how his stepson was treated at St Christopher's School and that the toys were put out of reach and the pillowcase sown to his sheets so that Andy's stepson could only lie on top of the bed instead of under the sheets. When I was a pupil at St Christopher's School way back in the 1970s this sort of thing did not take hold. It seems to be what was a good Rudolf Steiner Educational based School got out of character some decades after. The carers who have worked at the school in recent years should be disciplined in court how they have treated learning disabled pupils. They would not have been Christians to do this because if they were Christians they would not have dragged Andy Rule's stepson from a taxi back into the lodge as they did. How cruel. St Christopher's School was in my gene when it was Rudolf Steiner Educational Base as Rudolf Steiner is in my blood. I am a Rudolf Steiner fanatic and a great reader of him. Stephen Blasby a former St Christopher's School Pupil.
Leinster Ave, Bristol BS4 1NN, UK – 0117 353 2011
My son goes there best school for he's needs
7EH,, Redland Ct Rd, Bristol BS6 7EQ, UK – 0117 353 3450
My brother attends school and his complex needs are serious and the school treats it so well
40a Park St, Bristol BS1 5JG, UK – 0117 926 2987
An amazing variety of courses ("learning for pleasure!). I attended the pottery day course this weekend and I would 100% recommend it.
Shame about the toasties we had. For £4.50 and £5.00, we expected it to be served with a generous salad. Unfortunately it was just literally toastie on a small plate! Pretty disappointing on the value. The toasties were very tasty but did not fill the void.
Radisson BLU Hotel Bristol, Broad Quay, Bristol BS1 4BY, UK – 07854 239926
A very enjoyable evening in Ruth's company. There were plenty of questions from the attendees and Ruth was able to answer every one. She obviously has a vast amount of knowledge and experience when it comes to wine and this made for a fun, but also very educational, tasting.
I really enjoyed the wine with bubbles tasting experience. Ruth is a fantastic wine expert and I learned a lot whilst getting slightly tipsy! It turns out champagne is definitely better than prosecco!
Engineers House ,, The Promenade, Clifton Down, Bristol BS8 3NB, UK – 01945 234940
Great study centre for marketing qualifications and courses in Bristol
2 Queen's Ave, Avon, Bristol BS8 1SE, UK – 0117 906 7660
I study Mandarin and German here and come from a teacher background so know a little from the other side of the classroom floor. International House has the best reputation in the field I would say, and the Bristol branch upholds this well. I can say that the teachers here provide excellent, professional, structured lessons in a friendly environment that is conducive to learning with plenty of opportunity for speaking. The textbook materials are current and engaging(no badly photocopied handouts). All the admin staff I have met have been friendly and efficient. Class sizes are just right and not too large that your individual needs are lost in the crowd. I know others who have tried to save money and studied foreign languages elsewhere and got what they paid for. I'm happy with my decision and wouldn't study anywhere else.
I did beginner's Arabic and beginner's Japanese here. I thoroughly enjoyed both courses - the teaching was great, the other students were lovely and from a real variety of backgrounds. I found IH very well organised, always responded to me quickly and offered discounts for early booking, which I made the most of :)
Custom House, Queen Square, Bristol BS1 4JQ, UK – 0117 930 3500
In summer 2014 I visited this beautiful city as a junior student on a course with EF Education First. It was an incredible experience and I have so many memories, which I am thankful for. Bristol as a city is full with beautiful parks and shops. I had two amazing teachers during my 3 weeks and absolutely amazing classmates, who were willing to learn some words from my mother tongue. Also I participated in several activites (visiting Clifton Bridge or exploring graffiti walls around the city), where I got to know many other people from all over the world!
The EF school in Bristol made my summer 2012 an unforgettable summer. It was my first journey all alone, without parents, but I found out that worries aren't needed when travelling with EF. I have met lots of new people from all around the world and made some friendships for life, which is only proved by the fact, that I am still in touch with some of them. If you are deciding who to travel with, I can recommend you EF from the bottom of my heart. And the city of Bristol itself made my trip even better with all of those amazing places.
27 Oakfield Rd, Bristol BS8 2AT, UK – 0117 909 0911
I have been accepted to study in the effective center in Bristol and would like to inquire about accommodation Is it an internal residence or external housing, and is there special accommodation for students
It's an excellent place to learn a new language. For me, the most important is find a nice environment to learn, and the IH has been a great choice. All the teachers and the people who work there are extremely nice and are willing to help you with whatever you need. They motivate you and help in the process.
Broad Quay House, Broad Quay, Bristol BS1 4DJ, UK – 07899 928546
First rate service. They go the extra mile to ensure that requirements are met and suitable tutors are put inn place as soon as possible. excellent communication with referring party. They have had a huge impact and made an enormous difference to those children who struggled to get into school for whatever reason.
It is really convenient to find a proper tutor through the service. My kid loved the tutor.
Burlington Rd, Bristol BS6 6TN, UK – 07523 544693
We have known Zara for 3 years. She tutored both my daughters in OCR A Chemistry and Biology. They achieved A's and an A*, which was essential for them to get into medical and veterinary school.Zara is a very experienced teacher, who is familiar with exam technique. She prepares and organises lessons for each student tailored to their needs. Her lessons are very structured, she gave very useful notes, challenging and tricky past paper questions and reviewed this in the next session.Overall, she is very friendly, patient and very motivating. We highly recommend Zara to anyone who needs help.
After my AS level in chemistry didn't go to plan we found Zara to try and rescue my A2. She single handedly transformed my understanding of chemistry and raised me to an A in my course work in a matter of weeks. Her tutoring was tailored perfectly to my needs, going from the basics to the higher level stuff which in the end resulted in strong As in my two A2 exams.Her explanations always had great clarity and we never moved on until something was fully understood. It is only due to her tutoring that I was able to secure a grade in chemistry good enough to get me into the course I wanted. I am so eternally grateful and could not recommend her enough.
Canynge Rd, Avon, Bristol BS8 3LB, UK – 0117 923 7739
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