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The Study House Reviews

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mamanchelsea Sun 19-Nov-17 02:29:25

Hi all,

I am in the process of looking for a tutor for my DD an DS as we have just moved to London and they are new to the British curriculum. I have come across The Study House and wanted to know if anyone has any experience or reviews of the place? It sounds a bit too good to be true and it would save me hiring a nanny... Also, their address is only available for members, can anyone give me a clue as to where it is as we have moved to Sloane Square (is it near there?)

Annieinthehouse Sun 14-Jan-18 15:47:19

OMG we absolutely LOVE The Study House after we were lucky enough to get a place (apparently they had over 500+ registrations for 20 places). This club is what parents dreams are made of - I cant even believe it exists!
Its off King's Road towards Bluebird end. I was told that the only reason they do not have the address in circulation is they do not want people other than parents to know where it is - so basically security. Their premises are quite posh but very cosy at the same time. Their premises has three-storeys which are all free for the kids to roam in and there are books EVERYWHERE (which is great as my DD has come home with French novels and my DS loves their German picture books. Their schedule seems a bit full-on at first but my kids really love it. I love that they practice their instruments every day and learn three languages on the go. Saturdays is a lifesaver too as I can have the morning off and go to Pilates all by myself. The membership fee is really good for the area, 2K a month for both of my kids is really cheaper than having a nanny and tutors for music and languages. I couldn't be happier really and highly recommend it! Oh and they are in the process of opening more throughout the borough so if you live in Knightsbridge/Kensington/NH get in there quick before they fill up. Happy to answer any questions if you want to DM me too. As a working Mum I just feel like they are absolute lifesavers!

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