Curriculum

Westminster Academy’s ethos is built around the student-centred and internationally-minded values of the International Baccalaureate. Students enjoy curriculum journeys rich in breadth, depth and challenge meaning that subjects and disciplines are valued at all stages and students maintain a broad curriculum all the way from Year 7 to 13.

Within this, all students in Years 7 to 13 explicitly study a modern foreign language, English and mathematics alongside their other subjects. The development of subject specific skills and knowledge through our seven year curricula prepares students for undergraduate courses at the world’s best universities, vocational study and rewarding careers. Students work to develop their thinking, social, communication, self-management and research skills through teaching and learning activities which focus on conceptual development, relevance, collaboration, differentiation and student-driven inquiry.

Find out more about our curriculum

  • Our curriculum is developed in compliance with our duties in the Equality Act 2010 and the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Regulations 2014. You can read how in our Accessibility Plan and our SEND Policy.
  • Read our curriculum booklets (below) to learn about the content of the curriculum for each subject.
  • Contact us (admin@westminsteracademy.org.uk) with any specific questions. If you have a child at the school, you can contact your child's teacher. 
  • We follow the UK national curriculum for key stages 3 and 4. For key stage 5 we follow the International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum. Click on the links below for more information on the IB curriculum.

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Curriculum booklets

The Westminster Academy curriculum has been planned to build skills, knowledge and understanding through distinct but interrelated journeys into each of our subject-based disciplines. Our curriculum booklets have been written to communicate our intent for learning in each subject, and then to show how learning develops at each stage of learning. 

 

 

Further information

For details of our remote provision, please visit the 'Covid-19 guidance for parents and carers' page.

Extra-Curricular Activities

Careers Education, Independent Advice and Guidance