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.

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Student Voice

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Our House Captains and Prefects for 2017/2018 are listed below:


Sports Captain Vice Sports Captain
Churchill Alex Elvin Jack Bannister Chloe Pearce Kacey Long
Ennis Harriet Andrews Zoe Nunn Ella Harden Owen Garwood
Nightingale Mariline Quaresma Jasmine Roberts Savannah Marriott Jodie Cloud
Ramsey Gabriella Wingar Bethany Smith Ashleigh Goddard Emma Beales


Churchill  Ennis Nightingale Ramsey
Elie Anne Kayembe Radu Olaru Katie Young Pawel Sikorski
Claudia Vieira Danielle Chappel Luke Cole Charlotte Lucas
Hannah Stone Abbie Aleksic Deborah Zini Latifah Miah
Jasmine Bilner Chris Earley Lily Baldwin Aisha Begum
Sofia Vieira Olivia McKibbin Mia Duncan Olga Pappa
Ellie Starling Charlie Gundry Mafalda Santos Abbie Guest
Clara Stiles Reece Lawrence Amber Reavell Jensen Larkin
Tilly Church Jorge Alexandre Chandler Ashbury-Moss Ellie Barker
Mariana Lacasta Abdul Miah Gabby Summers
Sandra Kowal Jake Mundy Jack Smith


New Captains and Prefects are sought and appointed in June each year when the Year 11 students finish their exams and leave.

Shaping the Future

Westbourne has always been able to take pride in the way it has listened to and supported the student body of the school in years gone by, however in an ever changing, social media savvy world, we feel that the ways in which we have historically done this need reinvigorating. As a consequence of this, we are always interested to hear from our student body to tell us what they think about how we can make alterations and whether they themselves would like to be involved in shaping the ‘Westbourne Student Voice’ of the future.