List of schools in the City of Westminster

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Little Dean's Yard from Liddell's Arch at Westminster School

This is the list of schools in the City of Westminster. Westminster Children's Services administeres many primary and secondary schools. In addition there are several Church of England (CE), Roman Catholic (RC), and Christian non-denominational (ND) schools in the city.[1]

In addition there are also many non-profit-making independent schools, funded by a combination of tuition fees, long-term endowments, gifts and sometimes small commercial ventures directly connected to a school's educational activities. Please see the lists of Junior and Senior independent schools after those of the state-funded schools:

State-funded schools[edit]


There are 42 state primary schools in the City of Westminster. These include state-funded faith schools, primarily Church of England (CE) or Roman Catholic (RC) schools.[2]

  • All Souls' CE
  • ARK Atwood Primary Academy
  • Barrow Hill Junior
  • Burdett Coutts CE
  • Christ Church Bentinck CE
  • Churchill Gardens
  • Edward Wilson
  • Essendine
  • Gateway
  • George Eliot Infant
  • George Eliot Junior
  • Hallfield Infant
  • Hallfield Junior
  • Hampden Gurney CE
  • King Solomon
  • Millbank
  • Our Lady Of Dolours RC
  • Paddington Green
  • Queen's Park
  • Robinsfield Infant
  • Soho Parish CE
  • St Augustine's CE
  • St Barnabas CE
  • St Clement Danes CE
  • St Edward's Catholic Primary
  • St Gabriel's CE
  • St George's Hanover Square CE
  • St James' And St Michael's CE
  • St Joseph's RC
  • St Luke's CE
  • St Mary Magdalene's CE
  • St Mary Of The Angels RC
  • St Mary's Bryanston Square CE
  • St Matthew's CE
  • St Peter's CE
  • St Peter's Eaton Square CE
  • St Saviour's CE
  • St Stephen's CE
  • St Vincent De Paul RC
  • St Vincent's RC
  • Westminster Cathedral RC
  • Wilberforce


There are ten state-funded secondary schools in the City of Westminster.[3] As is the case with state-funded primary schools, state-funded secondary schools include faith schools, primarily Church of England (CE) or Roman Catholic (RC) schools.[4]

Independent schools[edit]



All Ages[edit]