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  1. A progressive school on an ancient site in the heart of the world's most vibrant city. Westminster School’s reputation as one of the world’s foremost centres of academic excellence is built upon our pupils’ genuine enjoyment of open-minded enquiry, rigorous discussion and the search for explanation well beyond any examination syllabus.

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  2. Westminster School is a public school in Westminster, London, England, in the precincts of Westminster Abbey. It descends from a charity school founded by Westminster Benedictines before the Norman Conquest, as documented by the Croyland Chronicle and a charter of King Offa.

  3. Le Royal College of St. Peter at Westminster (plus connu sous le nom de Westminster School) est l'une des plus fameuses public schools britanniques pour garçons (école privée), et le meilleur pour les résultats du « A-Level ».

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  4. Westminster is an ancient boarding and day school with a unique sense of place. It is, in fact, the only long-established school to remain on its original site in the centre of London. The School’s origins can be traced to a charity school established by the Benedictine monks of Westminster Abbey.

  5. Full information about admission to Westminster School, at 13+ for boys, and at 16+ for both boys and girls

  6. The Co-Curriculum at Westminster. Westminster School's Official YouTube Channel.Westminster School is one of the UK’s leading academic schools and the only ancient London school to...

  7. Westminster School, distinguished public (privately endowed) school near Westminster Abbey in the borough of Westminster, London. It originated as a charity school (1179) founded by Benedictine monks. In 1540 Henry VIII made it secular, and in 1560 it was refounded by Elizabeth I and extensively.