Welcome to Space Studio West London

Year 13 Public Examination Results

‘Congratulations to all our Year 13 students, we are so happy that you have acieved such wonderful and diverse destinations.  We are very proud of you all’

Andrew Morgan



Space Studio West London offers a unique and innovative way of learning for 300 students aged between 14 to 18. Our small classrooms, of no more than 25 pupils, allow us to nurture the engineers, scientists, inventors, entrepreneurs and aerospace experts of the future. Our curriculum design is based on project-based working and close links with employers in the aerospace, science and technology sectors.

About our Academy

How To Apply

At Space Studio West London, students don’t just aim high – they reach for the stars. Students regularly secure places at prestigious Russell Group universities and Cambridge. Some 37% of A-level students achieved A* to A, 56% achieved A* to B and 81% secured A* to C. An equally impressive 76% of GCSE students at SSWL achieved Grade 4 or above in English and Maths with 55% gaining Grade 5 or above. To apply for a place in Year 10 or 12 email: office@spacestudiowestlondon.org or click apply here, where you can also watch a video tour of the school.

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Our curriculum & emphasis on STEM

GCSEs and A levels are partly taught through the medium of a project which answers a posed real world question, often set by employers such as BP and British Airways. This approach enables in-depth learning in a dynamic, academically rigorous way, developing skills useful in adult life, such as critical thinking, problem solving, inquiry and research. Our specialist science laboratories cater for Biology, Chemistry and Physics. There are also additional facilities for robotics and electronics.

Our curriculum


Every year, Year 12 students at Space Studio West London are given the opportunity to apply for a trip to the frontier of space exploration. Three students are selected to join pupils from across the Aspirations Academies Trust for a 10-day visit to the United States. Behind-the-scenes visits to Johnson and Kennedy Space Centers, where they liaise with scientists and engineers, are part of the itinerary as are university lectures and historical sites. Read more about the trip here.

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Cambridge student Rory Cockshaw credits Space Studio for his success

Rory Cockshaw joined Space Studio West London as a Year 10 student and recently earned a coveted place at Cambridge University to study Natural Sciences after achieving four A*s in Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry and Physics. He credits the school for his impressive success: “Space Studio is not a regular state comprehensive – the modern style of teaching and learning, combined with the tailoring of teaching to each student’s respective needs, equipped me well academically, but also in confidence and self-worth.”

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