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Welcome to the Web Page for Catholic Voluntary Academies in the Diocese of Westminster. Here you will find details of the Catholic Voluntary Academies in the Diocese, the Academy Trusts, and links to their website.

The Diocese of Westminster Academy Trust

Diocese of Westminster Academy Trust Documents

Please refer to the 'Related Files' box on the right for these documents.

This Academy Trust is potentially open to all schools in the Diocese, and is based on the principle of maximium delegation to the governing bodies of the constituent schools.

To visit The Diocese of Westminster Academy Trust's website please follow this link, where all current statutory documentation and latest accounts can be found. 

Douay Martyrs

John Henry Newman

Nicholas Breakspear

St Michael's, Garston

The Convent of Jesus and Mary

St Mark's, Hounslow

St Thomas More, Letchworth

St John's, Baldock

St Mary's, Royston

Our Lady's, Hitchin

St Catherine of Siena, Watford

The Cardinal Hume Academy Trust

This Academy Trust builds on the bringing together of the leadership of St George's, Westminster, and St Thomas More, Haringey

St George's, Westminster

St Thomas More, Haringey

All Saint's Academy Trust

This Academy Trust is based on an association between St Joan of Arc, Rickmansworth and local Catholic Primary Schools.

The Fathers of the Oratory

London Oratory School

The Society of the Sacred Heart

Sacerd Heart School

The Faithful Companions of Jesus

Gumley House Convent School

The Society of the Divine Saviour

Salvatorian College

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