City of Westminster
The tri-borough Admissions Team is based at Kensington Town Hall, Hornton Street, London W8 7NX and can be contacted between 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday.
Westminster City Council residents
Telephone: 020 7745 6433
Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea residents
Telephone: 020 7745 6432
London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham residents
Telephone: 020 7745 6434
King Solomon Academy
We are creating not only a school, but a community of pupils, parents and teachers brought together by their shared dedication to doing whatever it takes to achieve success. Our goal is to provide all pupils who attend KSA with the choice at 18 years of age to go on to university and begin a successful career.
Marylebone Boys School
Marylebone Boys’ School is a new secondary school supported by government to open in September 2014 for 120 boys in Year 7. The sixth form, for boys and girls aged 16 to 19, is due to open in September 2016.
We are an outstanding 11-18, non-selective Academy in west London where everyone, both staff and students, strives to be the best that they can be. Our motto as part of the United Learning group is ‘the best in everyone’. We are proud to be a multicultural, multi-faith learning community where the language we all speak is ‘outstanding learning’. Students enjoy their school lives and are very proud of their school. Every decision is made in the best interests of the students to improve their learning.
The academy has subject specialisms in history and visual and performing arts and is the only history specialist institution in the country. The sixth form is part of a local authority collaborative with two other schools. The majority of the academy’s students live in wards that are amongst the most socially deprived in the country. The proportion of students who are known to be eligible for free school meals is twice the national average. Nearly one quarter of all students are of White British heritage and the number of students who are advanced bilingual learners, or at early stages of acquiring English as an additional language, is high.
Quintin Kynaston Community Academy
Quintin Kynaston aims to develop the best in every student through the excellent teaching of a broad and challenging curriculum in a supportive and technologically advanced environment. Our broad Key Stage 4 curriculum meets the needs of learners exceptionally well through a wide range of academic and vocational courses. Our students make exceptional progress and we are proud to be in the top 5% of schools in the country for academic attainment at GCSE (CVA). The sixth form is very strong and over 90% of students stay on from Year 11 to pursue courses in a broad range of subjects. All of our students are successful in gaining places to study at universities, including Oxbridge. Teaching at QK provides students with the skills, knowledge and qualifications which are essential for success at university and in the world beyond.
St. Augustine’s CE High School
St. Augustine’s is a hard-working, caring community with a Christian ethos, which welcomes students from all faiths. We aim to provide all students with the opportunity to develop spiritually, socially and academically. We believe that our strength lies in the development of a high standard of self-discipline, leading to social and moral responsibility. The school has specialist status in science and mathematics. As a specialist school we are committed to being at the forefront of educational initiatives. We also work with our partners to provide access to high-quality mathematics and science facilities and support for our students.
St. George’s Catholic School
St. George’s School is an independent Academy School and part of the Cardinal Hume Academies Trust. We are an ordered and exciting Catholic learning community achieving the highest standards for boys and girls aged between eleven and nineteen. We believe it is important to provide a firmly disciplined learning environment with quality teaching and high expectations. The quality and dedication of the staff team who work at the school is an essential factor in the excellent standards maintained.
We want our pupils to learn, achieve and excel inspired by Gospel values, so that they can reflect God’s love in their everyday lives. We focus upon building self-esteem and confidence so that success can be achieved spiritually, morally and academically
Specialises in International Business and Enterprise.
Westminster City School
Westminster City School is a Christian school for pupils of all abilities and aspiring to standards of excellence at all levels. Our ethos of faith underpins everything that we do as an academic centre and as a community. We have five year groups of 140 boys per year and a mixed sixth form of 140 students. Part of our mission statement is to exhort pupils to achieve their full potential in all their endeavours. We expect all our pupils and students to try their hardest at everything they do and strive for excellence. Pupils have talents across the curriculum. At Westminster City School we identify a pupil’s individual talents and strengths and encourage them to achieve to the best of their ability whether this is in the arts or sciences, mathematics or sport, languages or music. Once pupils and students leave Westminster City School we are proud that they have developed into well-rounded individuals ready to face the challenges of an ever-changing and increasingly competitive world.