Wetherby Senior School
Westminster, United Kingdom
About Wetherby Senior School
Wetherby Senior School was founded in 2015 and is a member of the Alpha Plus Group of Schools. There are currently around 225 boys between the ages of 11 and 16, spanning Year 7 to Year 11. The School’s size and reputation is growing rapidly and next year the second building will open only a short walk from the original building in Marylebone Village. Next year will also see the opening of our new Sixth Form Centre with purpose built accommodation for the boys.
At Wetherby Senior School we seek to employ highly professional teachers with the ability and commitment to enhance the life of this School and to work effectively and collaboratively with all members of the School community to further establish and develop the School. Our emphasis on educating the whole boy means that all members of staff, in due course, will be expected to contribute to the pastoral care of a group of students as a Form Tutor as well as contributing to the School’s co-curricular activities.
Traditions and Values
As a diverse community we not only tolerate but respect and celebrate difference. We place great value on friendship and aim to build a supportive community based on trusting relationships. We endeavour to treat each other with respect and to ensure that all of our interactions are conducted with politeness and good humour. Above all else we are a community which values kindness.
We celebrate success in all fields of endeavour at the same time as recognising that excellence is achieved by increments and is the result of persistent effort. We value curiosity, independence of mind, imagination and self-reliance in our work. We aim to be a community in which people thrive and flourish, making the most of the opportunities offered them in order to become the best possible version of themselves that they can be.
“Leaders have prioritised establishing the best possible climate for learning, the highest quality of teaching, arrangements for ensuring pupils’ welfare, health and safety, and ensuring equality of opportunity for all pupils.”