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60 Ulsterville Ave, Belfast BT9 7AQ, UK – 028 9066 5266
Kids@BT9 is a wonderful nursery. It was highly recommended by a friend and our two year old has been going since he was seven months old. It is a warm and caring environment with professional and kind staff. It is reassuring to see how well he is looked after and it is wonderful to see how happy and excited he is to run through the nursery gates each morning. He loves going and sometimes doesn’t want to leave at the end of the day! The location is perfect and has safe off road parking for drop off and collection. All of the meals are freshly prepared on site each day. He is constantly learning new things and we are extremely happy with his social and emotional development. We couldn’t be happier with Kids@BT9.
Kids@BT9 is a well managed, friendly and welcoming day nursery. The staff do an excellent job and genuinely care about the welfare of the children they look after - nothing is too much trouble! Interesting and engaging activities are planned relating to a particular monthly topic or theme and are pitched at an appropriate level depending on the age range. The children also get the opportunity to experience 'messy play' with water, sand, paints, crafts etc. and outdoor play is encouraged whenever possible. Music is a popular pastime too with Joe Jingles coming in to run workshops and singing songs being a daily occurrence. The Junior Preschoolers and Preschoolers learn Spanish with two members of staff who are native speakers and this has been a great success. Meals are varied and healthy with good quality meat being bought in from the local butcher and everything being cooked on site. I honestly couldn't recommend Kids@BT9 highly enough. As a parent you only want what is best for your child and this safe, caring and homely environment really does offer the best quality of care.
27 Baltic Ave, Belfast BT15 2HR, UK – 028 9035 1552
Brilliant ,friendly happy nursery. My son has learnt a lot and would recomend to other parents
460 Ravenhill Rd, Belfast BT6 0BU, UK – 028 9064 6648
My wee girl loves it here, the staff are very warm and treat the kids as well as if they were their own.
Fane St, Belfast BT9 7BW, UK – 028 9038 1945
my kids go here. good wee school
Daughter playing in orchestra every Saturday
Limestone Rd, Belfast BT15 3AB, UK – 028 9074 7982
I just finished that school I been at that school sence p2 to p7 goging to boys modal
I went 2 that school.wen i was 5year old.long time ago.
4-22 Upper Riga St, Belfast BT13 3GW, UK – 028 9032 8341
I WENT TO GLENWOOD IN THE 1980S I HAD MRS STEWART INP1 AND P2 AND MRS MCFARLAND INP3 AND MRS CLARKE P4, THEN MRS PAUL AND MRS MC CALISTER, AND FINALLY MR MITCHELL. AFTER ME MY BROTHERS WENT TOO AND MY COUSINS , MY NIECES AND NEPHEWS AND FINALLY MY 3 KIDS IT WAS AND STILL IS AN EXCELLENT SCHOOL
I went to Glenwood in the mid to late 1950 after graduating from John Whites in Matchett Street. I remember Mr. Harold Wilson (Grade 5), Miss McCauley (Grade 6 -the Scholarship Class). She was offer met by an Royal Air Force Officer after school. All the boys were most impressed to see an Officer in RAF uniform. Mr. David Gamble was the Head Master in John Whites and Mr Bradshaw was the HM in Glenwood. Mr.Stewart (nicknamed "Stewarty") was the Caretaker. After leaving Glenwood I went to the College of Technology (the Tech) on a Scholarship. I lived in 15 Dewey Street.
147A Glen Rd, Belfast BT11 8NR, UK – 028 9029 4000
Hi its Cormac Barnes I'm going to be attending your school and I'm looking forward to seeing what works like in secondary/grammar school and it will be weird getting a bus to school thank you for your time your sincerely Cormac Barnes
Lovely school friendly staff
5-17 Cliftonville Rd, Belfast BT14 6JL, UK – 028 9074 0423
I like the school im in form 1 though I really hate the rule that boys can't have long hair edit im going into form 2 When I was in form 1 a teacher told a kid to shave even though his beard wasn't even that long or distracting of affecting his education
I have a std in my mouth I am also a virgin except the time I got a cow
College Square E, Belfast BT1 6DL, UK – 028 9024 0461
I have seriously mixed feelings about this school (I left in 2002 so things have definitely changed). I know that I wouldn't have achieved what I did without being driven as hard as we all were here, however, there are things that I really disliked and make me angry as an adult looking back. There was bad bullying at times here, as the conformist attitude was essentially, be good at sport, and act tough. Some teachers were exceptional, others were horrific bullies who revelled in yelling and humiliating when a child didn't understand their subject, which you just couldn't get away with now. High standards were driven, in academia, sport and discipline, which I think was good and set a great platform for later life. What I disliked was the bullying that pervaded the school at that time, both in the playground and in the classroom. When you leave you realise how pathetic a lot of it was from some exceedingly nasty people, boys and teachers. The other positive thing about the school was the opportunities you were given, almost every interest was catered for with clubs and societies, with many teachers giving up a huge amount of time and energy which was amazing. No school is perfect at all, and my time at Inst was very mixed, some good, some bad, and some very very ugly.
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