The Westwood Academy (Coventry) is a company limited by guarantee, registered in England and Wales, number 7700728.

The registered address is: The Westwood Academy, Mitchell Avenue, Coventry, CV4 8DY

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 A Warm Welcome from Westwood


We are delighted that you are interested in The Westwood Academy as a preferred choice for your child’s secondary education. I joined the Academy 9 years ago and I was appointed to the Headship of the school in 2015 because I have absolute faith in the education that this school offers. The Governors and I are sure that after reading this prospectus, attending our Open evening and visiting us at your convenience during the working day, you will share our belief.

February 2016

Well done to our Key Stage 4 Girls Basketball Team who won the City Plate Finals for the second consecutive year, winning 30-0 in the finals!  

May 2016

After 3 brilliant sessions at Templars Primary School, Group 1 of our Basketball Activators finished their activities this week. The year 10 students involved have been a credit to the school and themselves, showing determination, team-work, enthusiasm and, in some cases, a voice they never realised they had! We are all extremely proud of them and look forward to working at Templars Primary School after half term with our second group of Activators.

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Head Teacher's Welcome Letter September 2016 (click here)

Dear Parents

We are aware of the recent details of the further issues surrounding the ending of the 360 bus route and are working to ensure we have appropriate, effective and viable resolutions in place to ensure pupils can more easily get to school and can also access after school activities. Our Councillor’s and the City Council are aware and are assisting us. We will update you as soon as we can. 

Parents of pupils in Mount Nod, Eastern Green & Bannerbrook area please contact Heads PA if you are experiencing transport (bus) issues – 024 7642 6901. We are currently collating numbers for a temporary to permanent solution. Thank you (click here)

New school bus route planned from Allesley Park area to The Westwood Academy – 43S – (click here)

For bus timetable and route, also please note the highlighted specific school route at 7:54 am and 3:18 pm daily during term time.

For all Coventry School Bus Routes click here -

Please find the timetables and route details which will assist families who live along the routes of bus services 18/18A/19/ (click here)

11 & 12A (click here) to either the Westwood Business Park, less than a 1 minute walk to Westwood and to Kirby Corner Road/Varsity at the University of Warwick, just 2 minutes’ walk to Westwood.  


March 2016

Year 7 & 8 Hockey Match report

by Nathanial Brassington in Year 8

On a cold evening, the newly formed Westwood Hockey Team travelled to Caludon Castle to play in our 1st competitive fixture. As Caludon had enough for two teams (and Grace Academy decided not to show last minute) we agreed to play a few games, in order to give everyone from Caludon who had been committed enough to turn up a game.

1st game Westwood Academy Vs Caludon Castle mixed team

An Excellent victory for Westwood Academy beating Caludon Castle 2 – 0 although the game was quite tight to start with, both teams played well until Caludon scored an own goal, created by pressure from a Westwood attack. The Second goal for Westwood was a great team effort with Nathanial Brassington scoring the goal, Mr Teasdale thought we were nervous in our first game.

2nd game Westwood Academy Vs  Caludon Castle mixed team

Westwood came out victors again in this game with a 5 – 0 win over Caludon Castle, goal scorers were Adam Wade (2), Fraser Jones (2) Nathanial Brassington (1). The team overall felt very confident going into this game as they won the last one, this game was very one sided, as you can tell by the score.

Our Keeper Melvin who had never been in goal before only conceded one goal which was also disallowed; on the other hand Caludon’s keeper was tested over and over again conceding a total of five goals.

3rd game Westwood Academy Vs  Caludon Castle strongest team

We decided to offer Caludon a 3rd game as lots of them had turned up and we wanted to give ourselves a test against their strongest team.

This game was again unfortunately a bit one sided with Westwood running out comfortable 3-0 winners bu Caludon never gave up to their credit. We look forward to keeping this fixture alive for years to come.

Team - Melvin (gk) George S, Jack T, Arun A, Adam W, Nathanial B,  Fraser J, Ethan O’H, Jake M.

Westwood student awarded CSW Sports Participant Of The Year .

Abbie McDermott has been successfully awarded CSW Sports Participant Of The Year. This award was for outstanding contribution, never-give-up attitude and leadership on and off the court.

Mr Wright, Team Westwood's basketball coach said “I'm very proud of Abbie”.

Since she was given the girls team captaincy, Abbie has optimised what it takes to be a success at Westwood. We are all very proud of her."

Abbie could now go through to the national sports awards in London. Fingers crossed!

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You can find us on Twitter at @Academywestwood

September 2016-Mensa & Westwood

As the National Hub School for Mensa we are showcased in an article in the Mensa’s magazine’s 70th Anniversary celebration issue, please click to read the article.

A programme of events for 2016 – 2017 will shortly be announced continuing the collaboration between Westwood and Mensa, building on our excellent work with Gifted children

March 2016

Year 8 Rugby

The Year 8 team played their 1st tournament of the season at Broadstreet RFC.

Hosted by Caludon, the tournament also saw us pitted against Finham and President Kennedy in a round robin format.


Our 1st game was against President Kennedy and saw Westwood put in some good fast paced Rugby. Todd playing centre, made some good line breaks and was rewarded with 2 tries. Connor, Elijah and Traviss also scored to leave us 25-10 up at the finish.


Our second game saw us against lined up against old foes Caludon.  A tight game saw Westwood take an early lead through some good phase play.  Caludon rallied and put together some good offloads, also rucking well to release quick ball. They showed some creative Rugby that led to some nice tries well appreciated by Westwood.  

20-10 to Caludon at the whistle.


Our 3rd game saw us play local rival Finham who started the stronger scoring 2 unanswered tries.   Westwood were not going to finish on a low however and found another gear, Elijah brilliantly intercepted a Finham pass and another Westwood try saw us level at 10-10. Overall 3 great performances to build upon for the season.  


Team: Elijah, Fraser, Todd, Junior, Traviss, Connor, Tate, Leo, Lee, Clive.

Westwood Mensa Workshop Programme 2017- (click here)

Mensa Gifted & Talented Saturday Workshops: (click here) – Saturday 8th July for children aged 7 – 9 years of age

Free to children living in Coventry – please contact us:, 024 7642 6901

Limited Places

Education Endowment Fund Grant - £5,000

Westwood is just one of four schools nationally to receive an Education Endowment Fund (EEF) research grant from their Innovation Evaluation fund in partnership with the Institute for Effective Education. The grant awarders said “We really enjoyed reading your proposal about the use of live marking in science and would like to award a grant of £5,000 for this project,”

This is extremely exciting news and ensures that Westwood remain at the forefront of innovative educational assessment and further will facilitate future nationwide educational evaluation for marking and assessment.

The EEF is an independent grant-making charity dedicated to breaking the link between family income and educational achievement, ensuring that children and young people from all backgrounds can fulfil their potential and make the most of their talents.

Westwood would like to continue to work with the EEF and other educational providers on future research projects.

Summer 2017: Programme of Year 5 Transition Events   (click here)