Westbourne Academy is part of the family of Academy Transformation Trust academies.

Our mission is to transform learning, aspirations and opportunities for all our pupils, and the communities in which they live.

We believe that every child matters and deserves a first class education. We believe everyone has hidden potential to be uncovered and nurtured.

Our extensive family of primary and secondary academies are based in the Midlands, East of England and South East.

If you would like to find out more visit www.academytransformationtrust.co.uk

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Recent developments

Over the past few years, we have managed some reasonably major developments and improvements of the site and grounds. These have included:

  • A new and larger Learning Resource Centre (LRC)
  • A new state-of-the-art fitness gym
  • Enlarged three DT classrooms
  • A new, large and fully equipped 'maths classroom of the future'
  • Re-located the Music and Art areas to S block to create a new Expressive Arts area
  • Fully re-furbished and fitted the two bespoke Food technology classrooms
  • Developed unique unisex toilet facilities and fully refurbished our main girls toilet area
  • Improved accessibility to many areas of the building (including installing lifts, ramps, handrails, height-adjustable equipment etc)
  • Improved external signage and resurfaced the main visitor parking areas
  • The relocation of various curriculum areas
  • Building a new state-of-the-art Food Hall and associated catering facilities
  • Creating a new secure Staff/Community Car Park facilities 
  • Installing a new electrical mains supply to 'future-proof' the Academy and ready us for forthcoming developments 
  • Replacing the oldest, leaking and poorly insulated roofs with a new and highly effecient roofing system
  • Replaced all lights with new highly energy effecient light fittings

Future Developments

Our resources are obviously limited and so we are concentrated on improving the teaching and learning environment and facilities for our students, and any Health & Safety issues, as opposed to any major building projects or developments.

Examples include:

  • Replacing substandard classroom furniture, blinds etc
  • Replacing warn or damaged carpets
  • Improving the reliability and capacity of our ICT infrastructure
  • The redecoration of classrooms and corridors