Four pupils outside, smiling into the camera
Achieving excellence together

We are part of the University of Brighton Academies Trust’s network of 15 academies, located across Sussex.

Excellent learning and friendship

Our aim is to help every child to develop their strengths and interests and become a successful, well-rounded individual.

Pupils in soft play area
Varied learning opportunities

Our wider school life includes a rich variety of trips and activities such as discos and fêtes, many of which are supported by our friends group.

Pupils playing at giving a puppet show
Engaged pupils

Pupils have opportunities to learn about their world and become active members of the school as peer mediators, eco warriors, and and sports leaders.

An inclusive curriculum

Our aim is for all pupils, including those with special educational needs, to have high-quality teaching and access to a curriculum adjusted to meet their individual needs.

Welcome to West St Leonards

We aim to support all children in a safe and caring environment with exciting and relevant teaching and learning experiences. We are a community that enables children, teachers and parents to work together so that our pupils achieve their best. We are committed to providing outstanding teaching and learning for all in an inclusive environment. If you are seeking a place for your child please come and visit.

Dominic O’Regan PRINCIPAL


Latest events, stories and updates from West St Leonards.

Excellent Learning

Reading, phonics, story-telling, writing and maths are core to our daily lessons.

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4 Outstanding areas

Teaching and learning, Leadership and management, Personal development, behaviour and welfare, and Early Years provision were all graded ‘Outstanding’ when we were  inspected in October 2016.

2 classes in each age group

Pupils are organised in two classes in each age group. Pupils learn as classes and in groups so that all children’s needs are met.

12 Primary Academies

Working as a group of 12 primary academies, we aim to further develop the teaching and learning for our communities, supported by the University of Brighton Academies Trust.