The school is in a prominent, historic corner building in the leafy residential area of Finchley Central North London (Borough of Barnet) – Zone 4 on the Northern Line - click here for the Tube map
It is a wonderful place surrounded by many of London's exclusive areas, such as Muswell Hill with its stunning views, Hampstead with its very own Heath and Highgate with its celebrity residents. Finchley Central is easily accessible - only 20 to 25 minutes away from the centre of London.
Visitors might find it difficult to navigate, but we will help you find your way around and you will love this beautiful city, which is oozing history!
Something for the history enthusiasts: Finchley is a Saxon place name, although its earliest recorded use is 13th century. The end of the name, "ley", suggests an opening in woodland, and the beginning, "Finch", refers either to the bird, or a person called Finch. It is not recorded in the Doomsday. Book but by the 11th century the lands were already included in those of the Bishop of London, and probably formed part of the manor of Fulham. A road north, later the Great North Road, was rerouted at the end of the 13th century to pass through Finchley, which was the main highway between London and Scotland. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finchley