Westminster City School

Westminster, United Kingdom


Location: Westminster, United Kingdom
Type: Mainstream School
Phase: Secondary
Funding status: State - Academy
Gender: Boys
Age range: 11 - 18 years

About Westminster City School

Westminster City School is a comprehensive with a mixed Sixth Form located in the heart of central London close to Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey. We are proud of our diverse school community which is multi-faith, multi-cultural and a true reflection of the modern city we live in. Ours is a school with a Christian foundation and character but we welcome boys of all faiths and of no faith. Our strong moral and spiritual ethos ensures pupils develop and prosper during their time at our school.

The schools overall A-level results are as follows:

  • 29% A*-A
  • 65% A*-B
  • 86% A*-C
  • 98% A*-E

The headlines of Westminster City School’s GCSE results:

  • 80% 5+ A*- C
  • 63% 5+ A*- C (including English & Maths)
  • 22% A*/A grades
  • 15% English Baccalaureate
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Location


Address: 55 Palace Street, London, SW1E 5HJ, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 20 7963 6300
What people say about us

Westminster City School is more than simply a work place, it is a second home for most who teach here. There is a tremendous sense of camaraderie amongst colleagues, which had me feeling part of the school family from my very first day.

- Mrs M Chatburn, Science Teacher

The school’s Christian ethos and its promotion of cultural diversity permeate all aspects of the school community. Student behaviour is good in and out of lessons and they feel safe.

- Ofsted