London has over 22 boroughs, so sometimes choosing the one for you can be a little bit tricky, especially when you are looking for the perfect balance between work and home life.


Now Wandsworth, might be able to offer you just that! With one of the lowest council tax bands in the UK, parks and common that run for miles and excellently placed to access central London, Wandsworth might just be the place for you! 


With over 120 Primary, Secondary and SEN schools you will not be lost for work, Wandsworth also offers easy access to Merton, Lambeth and Richmond, so if you don’t want to work in Wandsworth, it doesn’t mean you can’t live there. 

Things to do


Parks galore: You can have your pick of Wandsworth Common, Tooting Common, Battersea Park and many more.


Independent coffee shops and pop ups: From Balham to Wandsworth Town you can have your fill of independent boutiques, coffee shops, cheese and beer shops and high quality pop up food and drink.


Excellent transport links: Wandsworth, like most of London, is very well linked with tubes, Overground, trains and buses all within walking distance of one another.


Schools: With over 120 Primary, Secondary and SEN schools ranging from needing improvement to Outstanding, whatever you are looking for you will be able to find it in Wandsworth.

Pubs, Restaurant and coffee shops galore: Just get off the tube and walk you’ll see more places to eat, drink and socialise than you can imagine! Whilst walking to the zoo don’t forget to stop and take a look at the ‘Feng Shang Princess’ a floating restaurant on the canal! There is The World’s End – the largest pub in London!


Live Music Galore: From Jazz Café, the Electric Ballroom to The Underworld – you will find music that that suits your tastes! 


Camden might be the place for you, the best thing to do when you get to London explore! Even if it’s raining, if you love a place in the rain you will love it always! 


If you would like to teach in Camden please email or call 020 7105 3499. 


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