Belmont School: excellent transport connections in the heart of North West London

Hibbert Road | Harrow Weald | Harrow | Middlesex | HA3 7JT


We are very lucky as a school that we benefit from excellent transport links by road and rail; this means our staff team are able to travel to us from a vast number of locations not only from across North and North West London but the surrounding areas.

North London has great transport routes for candidates wanting to live further away from the hustle and bustle of city life and for those who enjoy being in the thick of things. Belmont school is situated 0.8 miles from Harrow and Wealdstone station; from here you can reach Euston in 12 minutes by train.

There are excellent transport links via car, bus and rail to other London boroughs and to the outskirts of London including Hertfordshire. We are very accessible for many of the locations classed as London fringe.

Buses 182 and H18 will take you to Harrow-on-the-Hill tube station where you can access the Metropolitan Line; the bus station is also situated here.

For more information on how easy your journey can be to us, visit the TFL website.

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What North and North West London has to offer

North and North West London has some of the most exciting boroughs and places to live in the whole city. The borough of Camden is home to the world famous Camden Town high street and Camden market where you can hunt for treasures and sample an eclectic mix of the world’s cuisine. The development of the Grand Union Canal has improved transport and helped to turn the North into a lively, bustling part of London.

The borough of Hackney is one of the most up and coming areas in London and has been for some time. You can visit Brick Lane to feast on some of the best curry in London and walk it off by strolling down Shoreditch High Street to look in the range of independent shops and markets.

For a wider range of shops, bars and restaurants you can visit Upper Street in Angel, Islington; also home to the famous Chapel street market and butchers.

Living in North/NW London you will never be short of parks to help you relax, keep fit and enjoy your leisure time. Meet the reindeer at Clissold Park, enjoy festivals and the circus at Finsbury Park and take in the beautiful gardens and swimming opportunities on Hampstead Heath.

You will find endless restaurants and bars to eat and drink in and a range of sights and sounds that will fill your weekends and evenings with London’s vibrant culture.

Relocating to London? Great choice…

London is one of the world's most exciting cities and a truly unique place to live. There are many reasons to live and work in London and it is truly a city that has something for everyone. Whether it’s sightseeing, eating, drinking, dancing, socialising or simply relaxing London can cater for all.

To learn more about living in London visit the Time Out website

If you are relocating from abroad, which is becoming increasingly more common as overseas teachers pursue their careers in a thriving city full of excellent schools and opportunities, it is important to be aware of working requirements and what you must do prior to starting work. Please see link below for a guide to getting yourself organised and ready for work.

All about Harrow

Harrow is a unique part of Northwest London, combining English tradition, history and charm with all the zest and convenience of a modern, multicultural community. It is a large suburban town in the London Borough of Harrow and is centred 10.5 miles (16.9 km) Northwest of Charing Cross which is one of London’s main train stations.

Harrow-on-the-Hill includes a conservation area with a high proportion of listed buildings with a residential and institutional array of Georgian architecture and a few 17th century examples. Stately school buildings line the High Street of Harrow on the Hill, an especially picturesque district of winding Victorian roads and shops. There are numerous pubs and tea rooms to eat, drink, socialise and relax, depending on your mood of course. Dominating the scene is the distinctive hilltop Church of St Mary's which makes for a great scenic view and a sample of Harrow’s history. Harrow's name comes from Old English ‘hearg’ which means "(heathen) temple", this was likely to be located on the hill of Harrow, where St. Mary's Church now stands today.

The area's past times are documented in the Harrow Museum, housed in a medieval estate in North Harrow. It brings together The Grade I-listed Headstone Manor, a 14th Century moated mansion once belonging to Henry VIII, a tithe barn, a smaller barn and a granary. Back in the present, Harrow offers contemporary shopping (with two major malls), stylish restaurants, a lively nightlife and hundreds of acres of meadow and woodland to the north of the borough for you to roam until your hearts content.

Harrow is home to a large University of Westminster campus and is known for its inclusive, multicultural schools. It's probably best known for Harrow School, a prestigious boys' public school attended by seven future Prime Ministers including Winston Churchill. Harrow school has set the precedent for schools across the borough, with many, including our own being graded as ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted.

Finding the right place to live

As a school we will support you in your relocation and help to advise you on areas that you can live that are easily accessible to the school.

For information on buying or renting in the local area click here.