- Admissions and Awards for September 2024 Entry (October 2023)
- Anti-Bullying, -Abuse and -Discrimination (September 2022)
- Anti-Money Laundering (January 2022)
- Behaviour, Rewards and Sanctions (September 2023)
- Bursaries (November 2022)
- Complaints (September 2023)
- Curriculum (September 2023)
- Data Protection (May 2021)
- English as an Additional Language (October 2022)
- First Aid (September 2023)
- Guardianship and Emergency Contact (September 2022)
- Health and Safety - General Statement (September 2023)
- Health and Safety - Organisation Statement (September 2023)
- Pupil Images (September 2022)
- Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSHE) (September 2023)
- Right to Study (November 2021)
- Safeguarding (October 2023)
- Safer Recruitment (September 2022)
- SEND (November 2023)
- A Westminster Education (September 2023)
- Boarding Principles and Aims (September 2023)
ISI Inspection Documents
Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
updated May 2023
Further to the Black Lives Matter and Everyone’s Invited movements in 2020 and 2021, Westminster School commissioned two independent reviews into harmful sexual behaviours and attitudes to race, which made a series of recommendations for the School to consider.
These recommendations were accepted in full, and the School has set about implementing them as quickly as possible. An online tracker is monitoring how these recommendations are being addressed, and is available for all pupils, parents and staff to see at any time.
Working with staff and pupils as well as external organisations like Lime Culture, ACEN (Afro-Caribbean Educational Network), Challenge Consultancy and relevant statutory agencies, we have made significant progress against the recommendations. Details have been shared internally and audited by the Governing Body. This vital work, and their scrutiny, will of course continue.
Westminster School continues to take all issues around equality, diversity and inclusion extremely seriously, as reflected in our new whole-school Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) policy, published in March 2023, which is again available for all pupils, parents and staff to see at any time.
In combination with a new Anti-Bullying, -Abuse and -Discrimination Policy (2022) and our existing Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Policy (2022), we hope that this overarching policy – and the fundamental values which it represents and the approaches which it outlines – will help to keep all our pupils safe, supported and flourishing during their time at Westminster, and well-educated in how to lead respectful, positive lives as adults.