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Sylvia Young Theatre School is an independent school in the Marble Arch area, London, England. It is a specialist performing arts school named after its founder and principal Sylvia Young.OutlineThe Sylvia Young Theatre School was founded in 1972 with part-time classes in East London. It was established as a full-time school in 1981 on Drury Lane but due to expansion it moved to Rossmore Road, Marylebone in 1983. The school moved premises once again in 2010 to a converted church in Nutford Place, Westminster. The school aims to provide a sound basis on which to build a career in performance media (theatre, television etc.), whilst ensuring that academic studies are of a consistently high standard.Students either attend the full-time school (students aged 10 to 16 years), the part-time school on Thursday evenings or Saturdays (students aged 4 to 18 years) or holiday schools (students aged 7 to 18 years). Experience days and adult classes are also available.Students from the Sylvia Young Theatre School have appeared in TV, film and theatre productions, including main roles in Matilda, Billy Elliott, The Lion King, The Bodyguard, Les Misérables, and Charlie & The Chocolate Factory. Alumni include National Theatre and Royal Shakespeare Company actors and performers in TV and music, including Billie Piper, Denise Van Outen, Tom Fletcher, Matt Willis, Amy Winehouse, Rita Ora, Nathan Sykes, Jenna Russell, Emma Bunton, and members of the cast of East Enders past and present.
Royal School of MinesDistance: 2.7 miTourist Information Prince Consort Road, South Kensington, London SW7 2BP London, United Kingdom SW7 2BP
The Royal School of Mines comprises the departments of Earth Science and Engineering, Materials and Bioengineering at Imperial College London. The Centre for Advanced Structural Ceramics and parts of the London Centre for Nanotechnology are also housed within the RSM. The school, as such, no longer exists, though the Edwardian building by Sir Aston Webb is viewed as a classic of academic architecture, and still carries its name, as do the relevant student unions.HistoryThe Royal School of Mines was established in 1851, as the Government School of Mines and Science Applied to the Arts. The School developed from the Museum of Economic Geology, a collection of minerals, maps and mining equipment made by Sir Henry De la Beche, and opened in 1841. The museum also provided some student places for the study of mineralogy and metallurgy. Sir Henry was the director of the Geological Survey of Great Britain, and when the collections outgrew the premises the museum and the survey were placed on an official footing, with government assistance.The Museum of Practical Geology and the Government School of Mines and Science Applied to the Arts opened in a purpose-designed building in Jermyn Street in 1851. The officers of the Geological Survey became the lecturers and professors of the School of Mines. The Royal College of Chemistry was merged into it in 1853. The name was changed in 1863 to the Royal School of Mines, and was moved to South Kensington in 1872, leaving the Museum of Practical Geology behind in Jermyn Street. In 1907, the RSM was incorporated into Imperial College of Science and Technology, but remains a "Constituent College" of Imperial. The last Dean of the Royal School of Mines was Professor John Monhemius before the position was removed.
The University of London has five intercollegiate halls of residence available to full time students of the University:
- College Hall (Malet Street, WC1);
- Connaught Hall (Tavistock Square, WC1);
- International Hall (Lansdowne Terrace, WC1);
- Lillian Penson Hall (Talbot Square, W2); and
- Nutford House (Brown Street, W1).
In 2016, the completely rebuilt & refurbished Garden Halls will re-open with more than 1,000 student places in Cartwright Gardens, WC1.
All the intercollegiate halls are primarily catered accommodation providing breakfast and dinner seven days a week, although most halls have a small number of self-catering flats and studio options available.
In addition to the catered intercollegiate halls, our property management unit provides self-catering accommodation in flats at Clandon House (Finchley, N3). 21 self-catered flats are also available on Gower Street, WC1 for postgraduate students only.
To be eligible for a place at an intercollegiate hall, you must be a registered, full-time student at one of the University's Colleges or Institutes.
For getting to know people in your own intercollegiate hall, look out for the Facebook group that your Warden will have created just for residents in your hall this year.
Spring Mews Student AccomadationDistance: 2.6 miTourist Information 10 Tinworth Street London, United Kingdom
Bernard Morgan House, 43 Golden Lane, LondonDistance: 1.5 miTourist Information Bernard Morgan House, 43 Golden Lane, London London, United Kingdom EC1Y 0RS
UAL ShowroomDistance: 0.8 miTourist Information 272 High Holborn London, United Kingdom WC1V 7EY
UAL Showroom is an exhibition space that collects, selects, shows and sells the best art and design from all creative disciplines across the University, in order to profile and promote our talented students and graduates for work opportunities, commission and sales.
The space is programmed and managed by the Careers And Employability department and free to visit.
UK Energy Partners design, construct, retrofit, and maintain buildings to improve their energy performance.
We solve energy efficiency problems and deliver building and technology upgrades to reduce energy costs.
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The Natural History Museum in London is a treasure in every way. Join us for updates on our science, collections and all our activities.
Read our blogs: http://www.nhm.ac.uk/natureplus/blogs
Get help from our ID experts: http://www.nhm.ac.uk/natureplus/identification
Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/NHM_London
Watch our films on YouTube: http://youtube.com/naturalhistorymuseum
Please join our fundraising page here to help support our research: https://www.facebook.com/bartscancerinstitutefundraising
The Barts Cancer Institute (BCI) is one of the top five cancer research centres in the UK (RAE 2008 UK Government ranking), and is one of 17 Cancer Research UK Centres of Excellence.
You can also follow us on Twitter: @QMBCI
UCL Bedford Way Building-Psychology DepartmentDistance: 0.2 miTourist Information 26 Bedford Way London, United Kingdom WC1H 0AP <>
London Middle East InstituteDistance: 0.3 miTourist Information London Middle East Institute, SOAS, University of London, MBI Al Jaber Building, 21 Russell Square London, United Kingdom WC1B 5EA +44 (0)20 7898 4330
The LMEI serves as a neutral forum for the consideration of issues concerning the Middle East and helps to create links between individuals and institutions with academic, commercial, diplomatic, media or other specialisations. With its own professional staff of Middle East experts, the LMEI is further strengthened by its academic membership - the largest concentration of Middle Eastern expertise in any institution in Europe.
The LMEI has two centres under its umbrella: the Centre for Iranian Studies and the Centre for Palestine Studies.
The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art is an educational charity committed to supporting original research into the history of British art and architecture of all periods. It is the sister institution to the Yale Center for British Art, with which it collaborates closely, and is part of Yale University.
The Centre, based in Bedford Square, London, is a thriving hub of research in its own right. It offers a supportive, professional environment for scholarly work, providing rich library and archival resources to curators, art-trade professionals, independent art historians, academics, researchers and students. It hosts a busy programme of scholarly events, including research seminars and lunches, workshops, symposia and conferences. It generates high-quality research through the scholarly activities and publications of its Director, Deputy-Director, Assistant Director for Research, Senior Research Fellows, and growing community of in-house Postdoctoral Fellows. It also runs the Yale-in-London teaching programme, which provides visiting Yale students with a variety of courses to study, including ones devoted to the history of British art and architecture. Our educational activities will be extended in Autumn 2015 when we will launch a Public Lecture Courses aimed at people interested in learning more about British art, but who may not have had studied art history before.
The Centre is also actively engaged in wider realms of scholarly activity and publication. It runs a major grants and fellowships programme that funds high-quality research into the history of British art and architecture. It has a long and continuing history of publishing scholarly monographs and catalogues through the means of Yale University Press. Finally, it is also committed to the most rigorous and creative forms of digital publication: it has recently published its first online catalogue raisonné, and is developing a new scholarly journal entitled British Art Studies, to be launched in November 2015.
For more than 40 years our work has promoted early intervention in relationship support, empowering couples and individuals to develop the skills, knowledge and confidence they need to make their relationships thrive.
By applying the latest research to real-life situations and engaging with front-line practitioners who work with families every day, we create accessible, affordable resources that enable people from all walks of life to make positive changes for themselves.
Our page is about Teacher Support Network which provides practical, emotional and financial support to teachers and their families in the UK.
We share news articles, photographs and other items that might be of interest to teachers and their families. Our page is moderated to remove profanity, however comments by Page visitors on our Page do not necessarily reflect the charity's views.
Founded by The Sutton Trust, as lead charity in partnership with Impetus Trust, the Education Endowment Foundation was established with a £125m grant from the Department for Education. With investment and fundraising income, the EEF intends to award as much as £200m over the 15-year life of the Foundation.
Welcome to 'Friends For Spanish', a Spanish Language course and community for students of all ages.
Hourly tuition fees per person locally or online via Skype/Google Hangouts.
1 Person: £20
2 People: £25 total
2+ People: £30 total
Payment method: Paypal/Bank
Go Enrol has helped thousands of students spread across over 180 countries to discover academic courses.
For students, we help them discover, compare and apply for university courses in the UK, and enrol at Language Schools in nine countries.
If you are a student looking for support in choosing a course, please visit our website and get in touch with us at: [email protected]
Centre for Research in Evolutionary and Environmental AnthropologyDistance: 1.4 miTourist Information University of Roehampton London, United Kingdom SW15 4JD
Centre for Research in Evolutionary and Environmental Anthropology
The Centre for Research in Evolutionary and Environmental Anthropology (CREEA) is a highly interactive centre comprising both social and biological anthropologists. We draw creatively and dynamically on diverse intellectual traditions within and beyond anthropology, their distinctions and synergies. The research of staff, and associated research students, falls within three intersecting themes:
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+ HUMAN-ANIMAL-NATURE INTERRELATIONS
+ LIFE, HEALTH AND WELL-BEING
For people who have life-changing conditions affecting the brain and nervous system, our neurological centres offer specialist care and support.
We are here for people with conditions that get worse over time, as well as conditions resulting from a brain or spinal injury or stroke. We offer a huge range of support, from long-term residential care, to services that help people to improve or regain their abilities and independence.
By focusing on health, wellbeing and what each person can do, not what they can’t, we support people to live their lives as fully as possible.
Studios2Let Serviced Apartments is a recently renovated and modernized property located in the heart of Bloomsbury. All apartments are air-conditioned and have en-suite bathrooms.
Furnished and fully fitted with flat screen TVs and DVD players, safe box, bathroom amenities, beautifully designed kitchens, fully equipped with all modern appliances including top of the range ovens, microwaves and fridge/freeze.
All our studios come with double mattresses and our luxury bed linens will ensure a comfortable sleep.
Other facilities welcome pack, free internet, over 30 TV channels (including selection of Sky channels) 24 hour Concierge Service and CCTV, laundry room. Fob key entry system, roof terrace and communal garden and weekly maid service