Frequency of work

We work with a number of schools in the borough and offer a good range of teaching work.

Cost of accommodation

Accordingly, prices are similar to those in the trendy East End, yet a fair bit cheaper than in neighbouring Richmond. Expect to pay around £90 a week for a single room in a sharehouse and £160 upwards for a studio or small flat.

Transport links

Ealing has four Tube stations all in Zone 3. Ealing Broadway is at the end of the Central and District Lines, Ealing Common is on the District and Piccadilly Lines and North and South Ealing are on the Piccadilly Line. First Great Western trains from Ealing Broadway and West Ealing to Paddington take just 10 to 15 minutes, with the Heathrow Connect service getting you to the airport in less than 30 minutes.

Vibe, type of people that live there

Like all of London, Ealing has a rich mix of different cultures, centring on the Irish and English communities. Like much of West London it also has a strong Aussie, Kiwi and South African influence.


Popular local restaurant Charlotte’s Place has been a key player in Ealing’s culinary scene for almost 30 years. Step out of West Ealing station and make for The Drayton Court Hotel and Pub, just across the road. Its pub garden is said to be one of the largest in London and in summer locals while away lazy afternoons sipping Pimm’s at picnic tables.  The Questors is one of the largest amateur theatres in Europe.

Why choose Ealing?

With its open spaces and good restaurant scene combined with good connections into central London, Ealing is an attractive place to live.


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