Frequency of work

Supply work is rare in this Royal borough, however we do work with some fantastic schools offering long-term and permanent positions throughout the year.

Cost of accommodation

The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea is the most prestigious, most expensive borough in London. Famous for Harrods, the Kings Road, The Royal Albert Hall and rapidly rising house prices. It’s no surprise that the average house prices here are valued at a staggering £1.4million.

Transport links

The borough is well served by public transport and has twelve underground stations. The Circle, District, Central, Piccadilly and Hammersmith and City Lines all run through the borough. The West London Train Line runs along the western boundary with stations at Kensington Olympia and West Brompton. Shepherd’s Bush and Imperial Wharf stations are nearby, in the borough of Hammersmith and Fulham.

Vibe, type of people that live there

Step into the borough and your eyes will feast on gold-plated super cars, grade-listed buildings and an affluence that has travelled from all over the globe. Some of the wealthiest of mankind choose to live here.


As well as the luxury shopping attractions, the borough is home to many world famous museums, including; the V&A Museum, the Science Museum and the National History Museum. Cutting-edge Theatres, high profile music venues, five star hotels, indulgent afternoon tea’s, Michelin-starred restaurants and award-winning pubs and cafes make this a borough to write home about.

Why choose Kensington & Chelsea?

If we forget the prices of property for one moment, we can tell you that the crime rates are ranked low, it’s packed with top ranking state schools and an abundance of independent schools. It’s a borough you have to find time for, if only for a day.


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