I feel an enormous sense of privilege in having the opportunity to lead such an outstanding academic institution. Westminster is a hugely exciting place to be. It is a school where pupils are taught to think by teachers who inspire them.
The Westminster ethos encourages pupils not only to make the most of their talents and take intellectual risks, but also to pursue a healthy, rounded lifestyle.
Aspiring thespians can find inspiration in the knowledge that the likes of Sir Arthur John Gielgud, John Dryden, Stephen Poliakoff and Helena Bonham-Carter are among past pupils to tread the boards at Westminster.
We are extremely fortunate, in the centre of London, to have a great deal of outdoor space for sport: pupils have a shooting gallery and several fives courts in addition to our playing fields at Vincent Square.
The boarding houses are all equipped with dedicated study areas and there is filtered internet access in every pupil’s room, to which they are free to connect any device.
Westminster has a long history as a boarding school and today we have a lively boarding community of approximately 190 boys and girls.
The co-educational Sixth Form at Westminster offers an exciting, stimulating and challenging environment for learning.