31 Jewry Street, London

KAE is located on Jewry Street in the City of London. We have free Wi-Fi for student use throughout the building, a large modern canteen, bright airy classrooms, and are within walking distance from many of London’s most famous attractions.

Situated in the City of London and close to iconic buildings such as the Tower of London, the Gherkin, the Bank of England and the Shard, Jewry Street represents an important step in the College’s development.

The new location has excellent transport links and is close to the following stations:

  • Aldgate – Circle & Metropolitan lines
  • Tower Hill – Circle and District lines
  • Tower Gateway – DLR
  • Fenchurch Street – National Rail
  • Liverpool Street – Central, Elizabeth, Circle, Metropolitan, H&C and National Rail
  • Bank – Central and Northern lines

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Location

Our college is located in the very centre of London (Zone 1). We are close to most of London’s main attractions. As you can see from the image below, we are only a short distance away from:

  • The Gherkin – 300m away
  • The Cheesegrater – 400m away
  • The Tower Of London – 500m away
  • Tower Bridge – 600m away
  • City Hall – 900m
  • St Paul’s Cathedral – 1,500m

College Photo Gallery

15 minutes walk from Kensington Academy of English, St Paul’s Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral, completed in 1710, designed in the English Baroque style by Sir Christopher Wren.

8 minutes walk from Kensington Academy of English, Tower Bridge is a suspension bridge, built between 1886 and 1894, which opens to allow ships to pass under it.

Just over 5 minutes walk from Kensington Academy of English, the Tower of London is officially His Majesty’s Royal Palace and Fortress of the Tower of London. It is a historic castle on the north bank of the River Thames. It was founded toward the end of 1066 as part of the Norman Conquest.

30 minutes walk from Kensington Academy of English, Shakespeare’s Globe is an active, true-to-history reconstruction of the Globe Theatre, an Elizabethan playhouse first built in 1599 for which William Shakespeare wrote his plays.

20 minutes walk from Kensington Academy of English, The Shard is a 72-storey pyramid-shaped building, completed in 2012, with stunning views over central London.

25 minutes walk from Kensington Academy of English, Tate Modern is an art gallery in London, housing the United Kingdom’s national collection of international modern and contemporary art.

Tower of London
London Eye
Big Ben
The Shard
Tower Bridge
Covent Garden
Buckingham Palace
St Paul's Cathedral
The Globe Theatre
Canary Wharf
The O2
Spitalfields Market
Smithfield Market
Buckingham Palace
Hyde Park
South Bank Theatre
Oxford Circus
Hyde Park Corner
British Museum
Trafalgar Square
St Katherine's dock
Barbican Art Centre
Courthauld Gallery
Churchill War Rooms
Tate Britain
Westminster Abbey
Imperial War Museum
Barbican Centre
The Gherkin
Monument Square
HMS Belfast
Sky Garden
Bank of England
Whitechapel Gallery
Leadenhall Market
Borough Market
Greenwich
Cutty Sark
Kensington Academy of English
Tower of London
London Eye
Big Ben
The Shard
Tower Bridge
Covent Garden
St Paul's Cathedral
The Globe Theatre
Canary Wharf
The O2
Spitalfields Market
Smithfield Market
Buckingham Palace
Hyde Park
South Bank Theatre
Oxford Circus
Hyde Park Corner
British Museum
Trafalgar Square
St Katherine's dock
Barbican Art Centre
Courthauld Gallery
Churchill War Rooms
Tate Britain
Westminster Abbey
Imperial War Museum
Barbican Centre
The Gherkin
Monument Square
HMS Belfast
Sky Garden
Bank of England
Whitechapel Gallery
Leadenhall Market
Borough Market
Greenwich
Cutty Sark
Kensington Academy of English