Westminster Academy is an inner-city London secondary school and sixth form located in North Westminster, a short walk along Regent’s Canal from Paddington, 5 minutes from the nearest underground station, and with all the vibrancy and culture of central London on its doorstep.
Whilst the Westbourne ward is one of the most deprived constituencies in the country, its vicinity means that Westminster Academy is able to provide access to world class academic, cultural and sporting opportunities for its students. Educational visits regularly take students to the BBC, Lord’s Cricket Ground, the HSBC headquarters, the Tate, Sir Robert Winston’s Reach Out Lab at Imperial College, the Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace and Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Equally, the Academy’s location and facilities attract high profile visitors to the school - from Great British royalty to Hollywood royalty!
Our sociable staff body enjoy making the most of London’s attractions, with the Academy just short bus/tubes journeys from Oxford Circus, Notting Hill, the West End, Camden and all the unique arts venues, museums, restaurants, shops, bars and nightlife the capital has to offer.
The Academy is close to the A40, A5, M1 and Paddington Central station, providing convenient access to locations outside of London. A 20 minute journey to King’s Cross St Pancras puts travel to destinations in mainland Europe within easy reach.
Staff benefit from use of an underground car park
Royal Oak (5 minute walk) - Hammersmith and City and Circle Line
Warwick Avenue (11 minute walk) - Bakerloo Line
Bayswater (15 minute walk) - District and Circle Line
Bus (bus stop directly outside the Academy)
Route 18 (Euston to Sudbury/Harrow Road)
Route 36 (Queen’s Park to New Cross)
Paddington station (17 minute walk), serving stations in West London, Heathrow airport, South East England and South Wales, with Crossrail services due to start in 2018.