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Moving In Maidenhead
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Our move technicians may have even knocked on your door before to politely ask for your cooperation in moving your vehicle or your permission to temporarily block your driveway. We have been thankful for the kind and helpful attitude that the residents of Maidenhead have had towards our requests. Which is part of the reason that our teams of move technicians love providing our removal services across Maidenhead.
We have built a reputation not only as a name you can trust but also as a removal service that focuses on our customers needs, providing a seamless transition into your new home. So if you're moving to, from or across Maidenhead and need a removal company that you can trust to not only take care of your possessions but also look after you during your move. We are always happy to help.
Maidenhead is a beautiful and affluent part of the county of Berkshire. We have been fortunate enough to have been trusted by the residents of Maidenhead with their precious possessions. From sets of fine china, wall mounted animal heads and irreplaceable statues. Trimoves Relocations has been delivering it's outstanding removal service across Maidenhead over the past few years, providing our removal service to customers moving from property's ranging from 2 bed flats to 6 bedroom houses. From Pinkney's Green to Boyne Hill and right across Maidenhead. All with the efficiency, care and attention to detail that our customers expect when moving with Trimoves Relocations.
This is not to say that we have not had our share of challenges whilst carrying out these moves. Thankfully these challenges have mainly been due to parking issues and we have always managed to find a solution to these problems. Sometimes this can mean getting creative whilst still remaining respectful to residents and neighbours.
Why Move To Maidenhead
Located just off the A404 with direct access to both the M4 and M40, offering easy access for those commuting into London. A 30-40 minuet drive can take you to the heart of west London. For those working in the city, a 40 minute commute on the train will take you to Paddington train station. With transport links from Paddington to destinations across London.
Maidenhead is a beautiful part of the county of Berkshire, it has the best of both worlds with the feel of a vibrant town but a short distance away from some truly breath taking rural scenery. The village of Cookham and the town of Windsor are just down the road, not that you need to leave Maidenhead as there are more than enough activities to keep you entertained. Want a day out shopping? Why not pop into Nicholsons shopping centre. With a wide range of shops covering most if not all of your retail needs. Or why not visit The Bishop Centre Retail Park, with it's with it's large T.K. Maxx and Nike factory store.
If it's entertainment that you're after then Maidenhead has it all, from the Odeon cinema to Maidenhead Mini Golf. There are plenty of distractions for singles, couples and family days out. Maidenhead also has a fantastic selection of restaurants and bars scattered around town, why not try one that's located on the Thames and add an amazing backdrop to your dinning experience. For those with children who have schooling at the top of their list of requirements, Maidenhead is home to some of the top primary and secondary schools in the county of Berkshire. With a number of schools having received a rating of outstand from their Ofstead inspection.
Top schools in Maidenhead
Some of the top schools in Berkshire are located in Maidenhead. 36 percent of primary schools in the area are rated as outstanding by Ofstead. Windsor and Maidenhead were ranked the 10th best place to live in England for outstanding schools by Zoopla. This is a fantastic area for schooling.
Here are our top 3 selection for primary and secondary schools in the area.
One of the top primary schools in the county of Berkshire, Lowbrook Academy was rated as outstanding by Ofstead. The academy has also been rated as the top primary school in the south east and seventh in the country by The Sunday Times Schools Guide 2022. With over half of pupils achieving at a higher standard, Lowbrook Academy has created an environment where pupils can thrive in their education.
St Edmund Campion Catholic Primary School
Another primary school that is ranked among the top in Berkshire is St Edmund Campion Catholic Primary School. Having been rated by Ofstead as outstanding, this primary school has scored well above average in both reading and maths with a score of above average in writing. Almost a quarter of pupils are achieving at a higher standard in their subjects, which is well above the local authority and national average. St Edmund Campion has managed to push it's pupils to get the best out of them.
Holy Trinity CofE Primary School
Located just outside of Maidenhead in the village of Cookham, Holy Trinity CofE Primary School has also been rated as outstanding by Ofsted. Over half of pupils achieve at a higher standard, which is over three times the local authority average. Pupils also score well above average in reading and maths and above average in writing. Holy Trinity CofE Primary School is another example of the standard of education in Maidenhead and the surrounding area.
Newlands Girl's School
One of Berkshire's finest secondary schools, Newlands Girl's School was rated outstanding in it's last Ofsted report. Students have performed well above average on their progress 8 scores, with the school producing well above average results for students achieving grade 5 or above in English and Maths GCSE's. 81 percent of students have entered the English Baccalaureate, this is more than double the national average and 30 percent higher than the local authority average. Making Newlands Girls School a clear front runner in secondary education.
It seems that all top schools in Maidenhead have one minimum requirement, a Ofsted rating of outstanding and Holyport College is no exception. With a 11:1 student to teacher ratio putting Holyport College in the countries top 1 percent, allowing them to create a more personalised classroom environment. Holyport College also boasts a 43 percent English Baccalaureate pass rate, putting them in the top 8 percent of schools nationwide. It's clear to see that their focus on student achievement has lead to some very impressive results.
Sir William Borlase's Grammar School
Again we begin with another outstanding Ofsted rating for Sir William Borlase's Grammar School. Having a 78 percent English Baccalaureate pass rate, propels Sir William Borlase's into the top 1 Percent of secondary schools nationwide. A very impressive 99 percent pass rate in GCSE Maths puts the grammar school in the top 2 percent across the country. Even more impressive is the 78 percent English Baccalaureate pass rate which puts Sir William Borlase's in the top 1 percent of schools nationwide. Not only do they have an outstanding rating but students are achieving outstanding results thanks to the support of Sir William Borlase's Grammar School.
Transport in Maidenhead
Situated just outside of west London, Maidenhead benefits from fantastic transport links into London and it's surrounding area's such as Windsor, Slough and Reading. The introduction of the Elizabeth line will mean that passengers can travel through central London without having to change trains. Once the full service opens there will be 4 trains an hour (6 at peak times) running into London, with 2 trains an hour (4 at peak times) running between Maidenhead and Reading. However current service has regular departures to London Paddington via Southall and Ealing Broadway. The service out of London also has regular departures to destinations such as Reading and Oxford. Maidenhead train station also has disabled access with it being step free from street to platform.
There is also a comprehensive bus service from Maidenhead to the surrounding area. Easy access to destinations such as Slough, Windsor, Bracknell and Wokingham via bus. A regular coach service also runs from Maidenhead to London Victoria coach station. This is a very affordable way of commuting into London, with return tickets costing around £13 and journey times taking about an hour.
As an added bonus there are a number of boat tours from Maidenhead that will take you along the Thames. This can be a great way of taking in the sights and sounds of Maidenhead from the river. Whether it's a family day out or a chance to see the town from a unique perspective, you can't beat a cruise along the Thames in the sunshine.
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