Our latest termly Webberzine is available to read below.

Term Dates

Term dates for 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 academic years.

Event Calendar

View our whole school calendar below for upcoming events.


Find out how to report a safeguarding concern.

Homework Club is now running. Letters can be collected from reception or PLC.  Permission slips must be returned to Miss Keeling before students can attend the club.  Year 7 – Tuesday 3.15pm until 4.15pm.

A letter containing information on students completing Lateral Flow Tests at home can be found under our latest news, COVID19 concerns tab.

Please find information regarding Year 11 examinations and teacher assessed grades under our News & Letters tab.

Please find information regarding the Year 10 examinations and the timetable under our News & Letters tab.

Lettings and hire of school facilities will resume in September, 2021 subject to Government guidelines and availability.
If you wish to hire any of our premises, please contact Mrs Roe on 01743 792148 for a booking form or email lettings@MaryWebbSchool.com

Headteacher's Welcome

A warm welcome from our Headteacher and an introduction to the school.

Mary Webb School and Science College is an innovative, successful and thriving learning community, which opens minds and widens horizons of all those who are members of it.

We provide an engaging, supportive and safe learning environment that enables our students to become more inquisitive and confident as they develop into ever more articulate and adaptable learners. Ofsted have praised our dedicated teachers for the ‘expertise and enthusiasm’ they show, which motivates our students to learn. We believe in valuing and respecting the contributions of all those who visit, support and are part of our school community as we work together to ensure success for all.

Thank you for taking the time to visit our website. To discover more about us, please feel free to browse further.

Mr P J Lowe-Werrell


Opening Minds. Widening Horizons.

At Mary Webb School & Science College, we are focused on opening the minds and widening the horizons of all those who are part of our school community.

“Working together to ensure success for all.”


The values we share, which support this ethos, guide us in our decision making. These values are:

We are supportive.

We value achievement in all its forms and will encourage all members of our school community to develop their independence and resilience.

We are respectful.

We show kindness, fairness and empathy to all.

We are honest.

We trust all who are part of our school community and expect
everyone to conduct themselves responsibly and with integrity.


Personal, Social and Health related information.