The Local Area
Moving just a short walk up to the Diploma Campus; you will find Ealing Common and onwards to Ealing Broadway offering shopping, markets, and many renowned eateries.
There are underground and train stations all around, Kew Bridge, Gunnersbury, Acton Town and Ealing Common. This keeps ISL very well connected to central London and the surrounding boroughs - the unique cityscape of London really is an extension to the classroom, with regular visits to museums, galleries, and other areas of interest.
We offer a bussing service for families from many locations in West London and we recommend to discuss this with our Admissions Team to confirm catchment area.
Chiswick is a short walk to the east of the school. This charming neighbourhood borders the River Thames with housing that includes Victorian cottages, Edwardian terraces and large riverside mansions on tree-lined streets and riverside paths. Chiswick High Street is a wonderful place where you will find independent shops, cafes and restaurants.
Ealing is a popular commercial and retail centre, best known for its film studios, the oldest in the world. Ealing has varied housing stock including grand family homes, Victorian homes and the prestigious Dickins Yard development.
Brentford is home to several new riverside apartment complexes popular with ISL families.
Gunnersbury Park: 200 Acres Of Greenery On Our Door Step
Kew is another popular area for our families. The neighbourhood is famous for Kew Gardens, the famous Royal Botanical Gardens. Kew is characterised by large detached houses, riverside properties and the popular Kew Riverside development.