• CIFE Student of the Month

    Posted on February 01, 2019

    This month, Westminster Tutors’ Head Girl Ellie Eden has been chosen as the CIFE student of the month. CIFE is the professional association for independent sixth-form colleges, and provides support and advice to students all over the UK. Every month a student from one of the CIFE member colleges is featured, and we are very proud to see Ellie’s achievements within and outside the college being recognised. Find out why …

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  • Film Group Event at the BFI

    Posted on January 15, 2019

    All students interested in film are invited to an event called 12 Stars, taking place at the BFI Southbank at 6pm on Wednesday 30 January. The event is a discussion about how film can represent contemporary challenges (more information here). If you would like to attend, please see Joe to sign up.

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  • Netball: The Results

    Posted on January 14, 2019

    The fierce netball rivalry between the WT Staff and Students had its latest instalment just before the Christmas break, with the students winning (again) thanks to another thrilling second half comeback. The tutors led 4-0 after dominating the first two quarters, with superior organisation and some important contributions from debutante Zoe Glen in midfield. The tide started to turn in the third quarter with Ned using his height and athleticism to inspire the …

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  • Theatre Trip: Antigone

    Posted on January 10, 2019

    Our Classics department are organising another theatre trip to watch the annual Greek Play organised by King’s College London. This year Sophocles’s tragedy Antigone will be performed at the Greenwood Theatre in a combination of ancient Greek and English. We will be attending the performance at 7pm on 13 February, so please sign up in reception if you are interested. Further information about the play can be found here.

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  • Environmental Law Lecture

    Posted on November 27, 2018

    During our PSHCE session today, we welcomed Liberty Crawford, a law student on the BPTC (LLM) course at BPP University in Holborn, to deliver a lecture on Environmental Law. She gave an excellent presentation on the legislation that applies to the environment, managing to make accessible what is often a highly technical process – while not skimping on detail for those who enjoy their legalese! It was clear from the …

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  • Westminster Tutors on Ice

    Posted on November 26, 2018

    This year’s student Christmas outing will be ice-skating at the Natural History Museum on Thursday 20th December from 7pm to 8pm. Drinks and snacks will also be served at the college from 5:30pm to 6:30pm. If you want to join in please remember to sign up on the sheet on the noticeboard outside the common room.

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  • Netball - The Rivalry Continues

    Posted on November 23, 2018

    The bitter WT Staff vs Students Netball rivalry is set to continue on Tuesday 18th December at 5pm at the Queen Mother Sports Centre in Victoria.The 2017/18 winners were the WT Students (again), but with their talismanic playmaker and top scorer at University now, and doubts as to whether they have a genuine goalscorer in their ranks, the bookmakers have the WT Staff as slight favourites. Their only concern at …

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  • CIFE Psychology Lecture on the ‘Self Illusion’

    Posted on November 22, 2018

    A level students interested in Psychology were able to attend the annual CIFE lecture, which was this year delivered by Professor Bruce Hood.  Currently Professor of Developmental Psychology in Society at the University of Bristol, Professor Hood has been a research fellow at Cambridge University and University College London, a visiting scientist at MIT and a faculty professor at Harvard.  The lecture for CIFE, ‘The Self Illusion: Why there is no …

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  • College Registrar Called to the Bar!

    Posted on November 21, 2018

    One of best things about the staff at Westminster Tutors is that everyone is likely to have another academic pursuit, interest or talent that adds a whole new dimension to what they are able to offer the college. None more so than our long-standing College Registrar Lu Qian, who was called to the Bar at Middle Temple today. Not satisfied with the serpentine demands of timetabling, Lu Qian’s interest in …

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  • Student Representatives 2018-19

    Posted on November 15, 2018

    Congratulations to Rashida and Ellie, who are the new head girls. Commiserations to Aima and Ned for a well fought campaign. We were really impressed by both pairs and the result was close - 59% to 41% - which is only a few votes given our numbers. The first item on Rashida and Ellie’s agenda will be the student Christmas outing - so please check your emails, and the board in …

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  • 2018 University Destinations

    Posted on September 10, 2018

    Following our students’ superb A level results this summer, we are also celebrating our best year of university destinations ever with a staggering three quarters (75%) placing at Russell Group universities! Some of the varied courses our students are going on to study include: Theology and Religion at DurhamVeterinary Medicine at LiverpoolAeronautical Engineering at ImperialHuman Sciences at Oxford English and Film Studies at ExeterComputer Science with Cyber Security at SouthamptonPsychology at UCLDentistry at Cardiff A complete list …

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  • Superb A level results in 2018!

    Posted on August 22, 2018

    We have had another superb year for A level results, so congratulations to everyone for all their hard work! Initial data shows that 36% of all A levels this year were A*-A grades, which puts us comfortably above the national average of 26%. We have also seen a year-on-year improvement in our A*-C grades: this year, an impressive 98% achieved a grade C or above, which is a fantastic achievement! Initial data …

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  • A Level Results Day 2018: What happens with your UCAS Application?

    Posted on July 23, 2018

    This year A level results day takes place on Thursday, 16 August 2018.  Results day can often be a really anxious time for students, so it is important to know what to expect. Whether you get the A level grades you need, miss out or do better than expected, make sure you have a plan in place. Read our step-by-step guide below on everything you need to know about your UCAS …

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  • A Level Results Day 2018: what happens with my exam results?

    Posted on July 23, 2018

    This year A level results are released on Thursday 16 August 2018.  Westminster Tutors will be open from 9am for students to email, phone or come in for their results. For external candidates, results cannot be given over the phone, but these can be sent via email or given in person. What will my A level results look like? You will receive separate statements of results from each exam board (AQA, Edexcel, …

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  • Which private colleges have the best sixth forms in London?

    Posted on July 21, 2018

    Finding the right sixth form for you. London is a great place to study for your A levels and there is a vast range of schools and colleges to choose from, so it is important to know how to find the right one for you. What colleges do you have to choose from? Many colleges may have catchment areas, and this means that you have to live within a certain area …

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  • Retakes Advice - Resitting A Levels

    Posted on July 20, 2018

    Summer is an anxious time for many students as they wait for A level results day on Thursday 16 August 2018 and to hear whether they have secured a place at the university of their dreams.  The big day comes, and you find you have not met your conditional offers for your firm or insurance university choices…..  What do you do?   Before you jump off the deep end and accept a …

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  • Ofsted OUTSTANDING, across the board, again!

    Posted on June 14, 2018

    Last month, we were inspected for the second time by Ofsted, and we are extremely proud that we have yet again been awarded “Outstanding” in all six judgements. Well done to all students and staff, who thoroughly impressed the inspector! In our report, the college is described as having “a culture of scholastic excellence built upon a bedrock of care and high-quality teaching.”  Our parents were also given the opportunity to provide …

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  • Theatre Trip: Hamlet

    Posted on May 10, 2018

    Our English department are organising a theatre trip to the Globe Theatre to watch the current production of Shakespeare’s tragedy Hamlet. It manages to be both emotional and laugh out loud, and has some excellent feminist angles. This is a fantastic opportunity to experience Shakespeare in an authentic and immersive setting, and is also great revision for any A level English students! If you would like to attend the evening performance on Tuesday 5 …

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  • UCAS Replies 2018 - the future’s looking bright!

    Posted on May 03, 2018

    The first UCAS reply date is today, 3 May, with the later UCAS reply date falling on 7 June 2018.  These are the dates when university applicants must decide on their ‘firm’, or first choice university, and also their ‘insurance’ choice. All other offers must be declined so it is a nerve-wracking time when A level students are grateful for a bit of expert advice on the implications of their …

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  • Public Speaking Workshop

    Posted on April 24, 2018

    There can be few things more fear-inducing than speaking in public, even worse when it’s to fellow students, the Principal and Directors of Studies of your school, after only a couple of hours of practice and preparation, on a subject of your choice and without notes. But on Wednesday 18th April, at a little after five thirty in the afternoon, after an intense workshop given by journalist and BBC producer …

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  • Staff vs Students Netball

    Posted on April 16, 2018

    Westminster Tutors students continued their netballing dominance with a thrilling 6 - 5 victory over the staff on the final day of the spring term. Yet again, superior physical stamina seemed to be decisive, with the victory decided with the final throw of the match by star striker Henna as the staff’s tired legs took their toll. The student team had a nice balance to it; with notable contributions coming from …

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  • Finding the best private sixth form college in London for you

    Posted on February 28, 2018

    London. One of the biggest and best cities in the world. Internationally renowned as a major player for work and opportunity, but also as being home to some of the best private sixth form colleges. So if a move to one of these private london colleges is on the cards, how will they be able to help you? Private sixth form colleges in London are a common enough establishment. A quick …

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  • DfE Performance Tables

    Posted on January 25, 2018

    The DfE performance tables for 2017 have just been published, and we are very proud of all our results, beating our nearest competitors in almost all categories! We are also the top performing school for A levels in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea! Our average point score per A level entry is an incredible 45.51, which translates to an A- grade. This is an outstanding achievement, considering the national …

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  • Unconditional Offer from Oxford University

    Posted on January 11, 2018

    Many congratulations to our scholarship student and former Head Girl Immy Hequet who has received an unconditional offer from Oxford University.  After achieving great A level results last summer, and not entirely content with the prospect of starting at Cornell in the US, Immy decided to apply for Oxford this year.  She’s been accepted by her first choice college, Hertford, and she’ll be studying Human Sciences - a fascinating and thought-provoking cross-disciplinary degree …

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  • Choosing your A level courses? Here’s five things you need to know

    Posted on January 05, 2018

    So your GCSE results turned out great? Nice work. Now you need to decide which A level courses you want to take to help steer your career in the direction you want it to go. But it’s not quite as simple as just choosing the subjects you like. Here’s a few things to consider to make sure you choose your courses wisely, as well as some advice on dreaded A …

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  • Christmas Trampolining & Treats

    Posted on November 29, 2017

    The Head Boy and Girl are organising a trampolining Christmas event for the students on Friday 15th December. Please sign up on the noticeboard at reception if you would like to come - the college will be paying! We will also be having Christmas treats in the PSHCE slot in college on Tuesday 12th December.

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  • Skills London Careers Event

    Posted on November 27, 2017

    Last Friday, some of our Year 12 students attended Skills London - the biggest careers event in the capital. There were over 240 exhibitors, including employers and universities. Our students picked the brains of recent graduates and also met senior professionals from a wide variety of sectors including accountancy, law and medicine.

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  • Reaching A-level success at the best sixth form colleges in London

    Posted on October 26, 2017

    Quick Guide On Making The Most Of Your A-Level OpportunitiesGetting stuck in to your A-levels at one of the best sixth form colleges in London can transform your results and uni prospects. If you’ve struggled at your school, then taking yourself out of their system and into a London sixth form college can be the difference between ‘just’ passing, and getting exceptional results. When you’re in the school system, you’re not …

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  • Final 2017 University Destinations List is Published

    Posted on August 23, 2017

    Our students’ university destinations are now pretty much finalised and we are able to publish our full list.  We really have had an astounding year with 70% confirmed at Russell Group universities and 87% of our (very happy) students going on to their first choice universities.  Our students’ degree course choices also reflect the wide array of their interests and the fact that we are able to support students to …

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  • Brilliant A level results!

    Posted on August 17, 2017

    We are very proud of our students, who have achieved some excellent A level results this year! Initial data shows that 41% of all grades are A*-A - which is well above the national average of 26% - and a staggering 83% are A*-B. Congratulations to all! We are also pleased to be seeing a year-on-year increase in our top grades, even in the face of challenging A level reforms!

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  • Good Schools Guide Review of Westminster Tutors

    Posted on August 08, 2017

    This year the Good Schools Guide came to visit us as it was a while since our last review was written.  The Good Schools Guide occupies a unique position as it is the only guide which chooses which schools or colleges to include (ie it is not possible to pay to be included!), and parents also love the spirited and informal tone of the reviews which give a lively image …

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  • Why Retake Your A Levels at Westminster Tutors?

    Posted on August 04, 2017

    Canny parents and the odd bold student have been known to ask me why study at Westminster Tutors compared to other independent tutorial colleges, and more specifically, what’s so good about retaking A levels with us.   On occasions such as this, there is little point being backward in coming forward, and I am always happy to launch into the many things that we are justifiably proud of. Great A level Results Perhaps …

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  • What Actually Happens On A Level Results Day?

    Posted on July 27, 2017

    A level results This year A level results day is on Thursday 17 August.   Westminster Tutors students can either phone or come into the college from 9 am.  External candidates can either come into Westminster Tutors or email for their results. Sometimes students hear the outcome of their university application before they have even heard what their A level results are.  If this is the case, don’t assume you have got …

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  • Results Day: Information on Grading and Remarks

    Posted on July 25, 2017

    There’s not long to go before this year’s A level results are released on Thursday 17 August 2017. We’re hoping that everyone gets the results they want, but if not, don’t panic. Westminster Tutors has proven experience at helping retake students improve on their grades. Last year, our retake students improved by an average of 1.7 grades! Our maximum capacity is 45 students and we take enrolments on a ‘first come, …

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  • A level colleges and what you need to know - a parent’s guide

    Posted on July 10, 2017

    A parent’s guide to A-level colleges With your child successfully completing their school education, with any luck, they’ll have a raft of GCSEs to their name. Now it’s time for them to enter the next phase of their journey and step into the world of A-level colleges. But while this can be daunting for the new student, it can sometimes be even more daunting for you, the parents. However, it’s the …

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  • How to get into Oxbridge: A level results

    Posted on July 05, 2017

    Being accepted into either Oxford or Cambridge University is one of the highest accolades you can achieve in education. Your cherished place will show you’ve got the heart and mind to succeed at the highest level as well as the excellent A-level grades that opened the door. But getting inside isn’t easy. Navigating safely through applications, admissions tests and interviews are all part of your university preparation, and all rely …

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  • How To Manage The Stress Of A Level Exams

    Posted on June 30, 2017

    Expert Tips On Managing A Level Exam Stress The build up to any exam is nerve-wracking... It’s a time when, in those last couple of months of studying and revising, the pressure is heaped on, often not by others, but by yourself. And A level pressures, in particular, seem to be magnified. Your GCSEs have all been passed, when there were more exams to take, so why should taking fewer A level exams …

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  • How To Revise For Your A Level Retakes

    Posted on June 27, 2017

    If your A level results didn’t turn out quite as you’d expected, don’t give up hope just yet. There are still options available to you, and among those are revising for your A level retakes. You may not have earned the grades you needed for your uni place this time round, but if you’re determined to get there, preparing for your retakes with a good revision plan is crucial. 4 Top …

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  • A Level retakes and how you can get back on track

    Posted on June 12, 2017

    Studying full-time can be a real challenge, both mentally and physically. So when your A level results come back with grades that are somewhat underwhelming, it can feel like all your weeks and months of study was pointless. So what’s next? The short answer is to take a deep breath and start preparing for your A level retakes. Getting disappointing A-level results can be really worrying.... A Level retake options Getting exam results, especially for …

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  • General Election (Mock) Results

    Posted on June 06, 2017

    After a campaign that matched the energy in equal measures of the real campaign, the results are in - and remarkably interesting results they are. Firstly, for the college overall, on a 69% turnout, the election produced a tie: Given the orientation of the Lib Dems and the Green party, this suggests that the college overall would go for the ‘Coalition of Chaos’ so frequently referred to by Theresa May. It also represents …

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  • Sixth Form Colleges in London

    Posted on March 10, 2017

    When looking at sixth form colleges in London, there are plenty of options available: state school, independent school, single-sex, mixed, boarding, tutorial, the list goes on. Parents and students need to decide what is most important to them. Of course, the main goal of sixth form colleges is to provide students with a set of A levels, but there are many other factors at play, such as size, facilities and …

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  • Praise for our library volunteers

    Posted on February 14, 2017

    Two of our students, Jamaal and Oliver, were celebrated for their work as library volunteers at a special reception hosted by the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea’s Mayor, Cllr Mrs. Elizabeth Rutherford last week. Jamaal and Oliver join a long list of past Westminster Tutors students who have given up their time to help children with their homework at Brompton Library every week. Praising the volunteers for their commitment and work the Mayor said: “The support you provide for …

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  • Half Term: 14-17 February

    Posted on February 10, 2017

    Please note that Monday 13 February is a normal teaching day, so lessons will take place as usual unless otherwise stated. The college will be open for the rest of the week for any catch-up lessons.

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  • Planned tube strike next week

    Posted on February 03, 2017

    A tube strike is planned from Sunday 5 February to Wednesday 8 February. We plan to keep the college open as usual if the strike does go ahead, so please make sure you check your journey before you travel and leave enough time to take an alternative route if necessary. If the college is forced to close due to overwhelming disruption, an announcement will be posted here on Monday morning, so please check the …

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  • Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!

    Posted on December 21, 2016

    The college will be closed from 22 December to 2 January 2017 due to the Christmas and New Year’s break. Lessons will resume on 3 January 2017. Happy Christmas and all good wishes for the New Year.

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  • WT Christmas Party

    Posted on December 13, 2016

    Next Tuesday 20th December we are having Christmas drinks at 5pm. All staff and students are invited. There will be drinks and snacks!!  Please RSVP to Jason so that we have an idea of numbers. Feel free to bring extra food!

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  • Dress Up Day

    Posted on December 08, 2016

    We are having our annual ‘dress up’ day for all students and staff on Tuesday 13 December. So that means everyone has to come in dressed as smartly and professionally as possible - there will be prizes for the best!

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  • Ice Skating

    Posted on December 07, 2016

    The Head Girls are organising an ice skating event for Thursday 15th December. If you want to come, please confirm with Jason ASAP so we can book and leave your contact details on the sheet. We are planning to go to the 17:00-17:50 session so meet in college by 16:30 at the latest!!

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  • June 2016 Certificates

    Posted on November 15, 2016

    The exam certificates for the June 2016 series are now available to be collected from the college.Unfortunately, we are unable to post certificates in case they get lost, but we will keep them for students whenever they are able to come in.

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  • UCL Lunchtime Lecture: Post-US Election Debrief

    Posted on November 09, 2016

    The UCL lunchtime lecture next Tuesday 15th November is all about the US election ( It will try to make sense of an election cycle that has pitched two deeply unpopular candidates against each other and considers what  it means for US and global politics. This is especially more important given Trump’s victory today. We will be leaving Westminster Tutors at 12.20 to reach UCL in good time. It is mandatory for …

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  • Head Boy & Girl Elections

    Posted on November 09, 2016

    We are holding our Head Boy & Girl elections this week, and there are two teams in the running this year: Andrew & Cat vs. Anna & Immy. All students and staff have one vote. If you would like to cast your vote, please come to reception to pick up a voting slip.Voting is open until the end of Monday 14 November.

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  • Half Term: 25-28 October

    Posted on October 18, 2016

    Please note that Monday 24 October is a normal teaching day, so lessons will take place as usual.The college will be open on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday for any catch-up lessons, but we are closed on Wednesday 26 October.

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  • Start of term - Wednesday 14 September

    Posted on September 12, 2016

    We hope you have all had an enjoyable summer and are ready to start the new term!There is an induction meeting for all students on Wednesday 14 September, when you will receive your timetable, and then lessons will begin the next day.Students in Years 11 and 12 should come at 12:00 for the induction.Students in Years 13 and 13+ should come at 14:00.

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  • 50% A*-A grades at GCSE!

    Posted on August 25, 2016

    We have had a superb year for our GCSE students, with half of all grades at A*-A! Regardless of ability and previous grades, our students have achieved 50% grades A*-A, 65% A*-B, 90% A*-C and 95% A*-D. Special commendation goes to the fabulous achievement of our student Nadia who joined us in Year 11 and has achieved A* grades in all 9 of her GCSEs - well done Nadia!

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  • 37% A*-A grades at A level!

    Posted on August 19, 2016

    Congratulations to our students and tutors for some excellent exam results this year - 37% of all grades are A*-A and 90% are A*-C! This is a great achievement in the face of tougher A levels, so well done all!

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  • Results

    Posted on August 15, 2016

    This year’s A level results will be released on Thursday 18 August. Students can come into the college, phone or email for their results from 9:00. Good luck to all!

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  • End of Year Party

    Posted on June 15, 2016

    Max and Hermine are holding a party to celebrate the end of year and the end of your exams! Come along on Friday 24 June - there will be food and awards (maybe even prizes)!

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  • Twelfth Night Play Reading

    Posted on June 08, 2016

    Jane Darwin is hosting her annual play-reading on Friday 17 June, and this year’s play is Twelfth Night. All English students and teachers are invited.

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  • EU Referendum

    Posted on May 31, 2016

    Have your say in the Westminster Tutors Mock EU Referendum - cast your vote at reception this week! Should the UK remain or leave the European Union?Don’t forget to vote in the actual referendum on 23 June (and register if you haven’t already done so).

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  • Reading Group

    Posted on February 25, 2016

    The second WT Reading Group meets next Thursday 3 March. We’ll focus on the short story ‘The Dead’, and reading packs can be picked up from reception.

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  • Bowling Trip

    Posted on February 15, 2016

    Max and Hermine are organising a bowling trip for all students on Monday 22 February - sign up at reception!

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  • The Tempest at the Globe

    Posted on January 07, 2016

    We have managed to garner 10 hard-to-come-by tickets for the performance of The Tempest at the indoor Sam Wanamaker Theatre at the Globe: this is a very rare opportunity to see the Tempest performed by candlelight with music and stage effects as they would have been in Shakespeare’s day - see Virginia to sign up for tickets.

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  • Superb A level results in 2015!

    Posted on August 14, 2015

    Our students and their teachers have cause to celebrate another excellent year - a third of A level grades at A*-A and three quarters are grades A*-B - well done one and all!!!

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  • King Lear Play Reading

    Posted on June 01, 2015

    This year’s play-reading, kindly hosted as ever by Jane Darwin, is King Lear on 8 June. All students and teachers of Eng Lit are invited.

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  • Ofsted OUTSTANDING!!!

    Posted on March 12, 2015

    We are all very proud, staff and students, to be celebrating the report from our very first independent Ofsted inspection in February - on all of the six judgements we have been awarded outstanding. We really are delighted that our small, lovely college has been awarded the credit we feel it deserves - well done everybody and congrats!!

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  • East is East Theatre Trip

    Posted on January 21, 2015

    Sign up in reception for the East is East theatre trip to Richmond theatre - starring award-winning playwright Ayub Khan Din and the hilarious Jane Horrocks. A modern comedy classic exploring an inter-cultural marriage in 1970s England. A must-see for AS Eng Lit students studying the genre of comedy!

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  • Ice-skating at the Nat Hist Museum

    Posted on December 05, 2014

    As the end of term draws near, sign up for end of term celebrations on Monday 15 December, ice-skating at the Natural History Museum from 6 pm. Followed the next day, 16 December, by a Christmas/ festive lunch at 1pm - bring a taster of the food your family eat on festive occasions!

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  • Bowling Night on 10 Nov

    Posted on November 03, 2014

    We have reserved two lanes for our students at Queensway Ice and Bowl next Monday 10 November from 6pm. The treat is on the college so sign up in reception!

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  • Does Parliament matter???

    Posted on October 09, 2014

    Get a taste of university life and engage in political thought. UCL lunchtime lecture leaving from WT with Nick and Sean at 12.30pm, return 3pm.

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  • 41% A*-A, and 73% A*-B grades!!

    Posted on August 14, 2014

    We are all celebrating another great year of A level results - great news!! Initial data shows our students have achieved A*-A 41%, A*-B 73%, A*-C 94%, and 100% A*-D. Nationally just 26% of students achieved A*-A and 52% A*-B so we are really going places!

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  • The Tempest Play Reading

    Posted on May 12, 2014

    Jane Darwin is hosting her annual play-reading on Friday 30 May, and this year’s play is The Tempest. All English students and teachers are invited.

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  • 12 Angry Men Theatre Trip in Feb

    Posted on January 31, 2014

    Sign up in Reception to go to the Garrick Theatre to see ‘12 Angry Men’. A must-see for all Psychology students as it links to the topic of minority influence, and nail-biting drama for all theatre lovers - great actors and great reviews in a top West End theatre!

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  • Chess League - only three weeks to go!

    Posted on January 20, 2014

    Competition is hotting up and only the top four will get into the knockout stages. Prizes too! £10 vouchers for top student of the league, and £20 vouchers for the student who goes furthest in the competition (yes, it can be the same person!).

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  • Find Your Voice Workshop

    Posted on November 08, 2013

    Well done to all of the students who participated in the ‘Find Your Voice’ public speaking workshop delivered by Paddy Maguire from the Speakers Trust. The judges were truly impressed with the confidence and delivery of the students’ speeches, with Michael Merlino topping the bill.

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  • 40% A*-A and 83% A*-B GCSEs!!

    Posted on August 22, 2013

    Alongside our outstanding A level results, initial data shows that our GCSE students have excelled themselves. 40% of GCSE grades are A*-A, 83% A*-B, and 90% A*-C. What a brilliant year for all of our students!

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  • 44% A*- A, and 80% A*- B grades!!

    Posted on August 15, 2013

    We have had a superb year of A level results with initial data showing 44% of A level grades as A*-A grade, and 80% A*-B grade. Our results are reflected in our university destinations, which are exceptional. Well done to the many happy students of Westminster Tutors!

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  • Over 50% placed at Russell Group unis!

    Posted on August 15, 2013

    Many congratulations to all of our students on another hugely successful year for UCAS applications. Initial data indicates that well over 50% of our students have placed at Russell Group universities.

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  • End of Year Party 2013

    Posted on July 08, 2013

    The end is nigh! End of year celebrations kick off in the Common Room from 5-7pm on 19 July, with plans to go on to eat at Ed’s Easy Diner in Soho. All are invited - ask Miranda or Max for more info.

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  • Macbeth Play Reading

    Posted on May 20, 2013

    This year we are reading Macbeth, kindly hosted by Jane Darwin, on 28 May starting at 6.30pm. All budding thespians and literary bods are invited to take a part. RSVP to Lu Qian or Virginia.

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  • Staff-Student Football Match

    Posted on March 27, 2013

    Sad to announce that the tutors were the convincing winners of the treasured Westminster Tutors Cup with a score of 14-7. Da Hammer aka Sebastian Secker Walker ran riot with over 50% of the tutors’ goals,but ultimately the tutors took their foot off the pedal in the final quarter, which allowed the students to provide a measure of respectability with a late flurry of goals.

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