We are the only English/Italian school in the UK
A bilingual education can help your child
grow to their fullest potential.
SIAL.school is an independent primary school with nursery located in the heart of London, in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, just a short distance from Holland Park.
By attending our school, your child will not only learn to speak, read and write two languages, but will also gain valuable knowledge of another culture and way of life, and have wider opportunities when it comes to choosing secondary education.
Why choose us
- A completely bilingual, bi-cultural and bi-curricular education, which integrates the Italian Curriculum with the best of the British education system
- Small classes (maximum 16 pupils) and tailored lesson plans for each child
- A caring and supportive learning environment where social and emotional competence is developed and reinforced as much as academic skills
- For children needing extra support in either of the two languages, we provide additional sessions with specialist Italian/English as an additional language teachers and teaching assistants.
More about our school
Read more about what makes our bilingual and bi-curricular school unique.
We believe it is important to support our children and their parents in any way we can and that is why we offer before and after school provision on site at our school. We offer a safe, stimulating and happy environment where children are supervised and engaged in a variety of activities.
Music, Art, Drama, P.E.
At our school, every child has access to high quality music, art and drama lessons, taught by specialist teachers.
Our PE classes strive to give children a lifelong love of being active, while offering the opportunity to take part in a wide range of sports activities which are carried out in a safe and supportive environment.
Enrichment activities are designed to give our pupils the opportunity to try new things and learn new skills both inside and outside the classroom.
From educational trips to workshops held by visiting experts, from contests and competitions to charity involvement, children benefit from an enhanced curriculum which values and extends their knowledge, experience, interests and competencies.