University College School - Hampstead
University College School was founded in Gower Street in 1830 as part of University College, London and moved to generous buildings in Hampstead in 1907. UCS was founded to be different from other schools and it remains so today.
The emphasis in all that they do at UCS is on identifying, supporting and meeting the needs of individual students. Teaching is well-structured and orthodox, yet challenging and varied. Much emphasis is placed upon developing in students a commitment to, and an enthusiasm for, learning.