11-16 Admissions

Westminster Academy is a non-selective academy with International Business and Enterprise specialist status.

We are delighted to welcome prospective families to the school and our supportive team of staff are dedicated to making the transition process as smooth as possible for you and your child.

Prospectus

A 40 fact tour of Westminster Academy

For more information about admissions, please contact us on 020 7121 0600 or email:
admin@westminsteracademy.org.uk

Year 6 into Year 7 Transition

For information on uniform and a guide for new students, please visit our Parents and Carers page, and see the documents at the bottom of this page. Read more about transition planning here.

Admissions policy

For our admissions policy, please visit our Key Information

You can find key dates of the primary to secondary transition process in our admissions timeline.

Year 6 Applications

Year 6 applications to Westminster Academy must be made via the Pan London e-admissions system. Please visit Westminster City Council’s admissions pages here for more information.

In-year Applications

Westminster Academy is currently oversubscribed in all year groups and therefore we are not accepting applications. Should you wish your child to be placed on the waiting list, please complete this form.

Admission@WestminsterAcademy.org.uk                                                                       

Documents

Page Downloads Date  
Guide for new students 01st Sep 2020 Download
Uniform and equipment guide 05th May 2020 Download

Westminster Academy: Family

  • 03/5/21 We received some excellent entries for our cake competition! Impressive creations, and and the famous Miss Trunchbull/Bruce Bogtrotter cake look delicious! We can't wait to see students onsite with their books again on Monday! Read more
  • 03/5/21 We're very lucky to have specialists in their fields share their knowledge with our students and ! Thank you to Professor James Jackson for his exciting talk today on the science and history behind earthquakes and how to 'know your faults'. Read more
  • 03/5/21 This week’s HEROes: All 16 of our Y10 interns who benefitted hugely from virtual work experience at Kraft Heinz. They were commended for their ideas, creativity and hard work👍. Congratulations to them and massive thanks to and for making it possible👏👏👏
  • 03/5/21 Douglas Adams’ books are among the few I’ve kept from childhood, despite many international moves. I’m no Simon Jones or Martin Freeman but Arthur Dent is a comfy lockdown character! And a towel is, of course, “massively useful”. Read more
  • 03/4/21 It's exciting to be able to share best practice and discuss all things IB with teachers from around the globe at today's online hub day! Read more
  • 03/4/21 We're looking forward to distributing these wellbeing bags when students are back onsite - thank you ! Read more
  • 03/4/21 Kicking off our for with a great session from ex- teacher Peter Marier about everything IA with teachers from Torquay to Tokyo🌎🔬🌿
  • 03/1/21 On Friday students joined WA students for our Dare to Know lecture - thank you very much to Professor Sarah Stallebrass for the fascinating insights into the technical and environmental aspects of high-rise and underground building in cities! Read more