- End of Autumn Term 2014 Arrangements Read More
- A2 and GCSE certificates ( Summer 2014 ) available for collection from the school office
- Please view the timetable for Sixth Form Mock Exams January 2015 Read More
- Year 11 Revision Timetable - Revision Leaflet Read More
Learning today: leading tomorrow
At Bentley Wood High School for Girls we are proud of our fine record of academic achievement within our safe, caring, stimulating environment where pupils learn happily and well. We encourage each girl to develop a wide range of skills and interests, to achieve her personal best and to work co-operatively with consideration for all members of our learning community at all times.
Janice Howkins – Headteacher
" Outstanding teaching stimulates the students’ passion, igniting their enthusiasm and interests for learning. Teachers skilfully plan a range of activities that are very well sequenced and meet the needs of all learners. The quality of assessment is exemplary and information gathered is used very effectively to accelerate students’ progress."
"Students’ behaviour around the school and their attitudes to learning in lessons are exemplary. Exceptional relationships exist between students which are developed through a culture of trust and learning. They support and stimulate each other to learn even more."
Achievement is outstanding. Students’ progress is exceptional, resulting in above average attainment. Increasing numbers of students are attaining the highest grades at GCSE across many subjects.
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STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) subjects and careers are the foundations in driving innovation, growth and economic recovery. Here at Bentley Wood, we recognise the vital part we play in inspiring our girls to be motivated and enthused by such subjects and careers.
End of Autumn Term 2014
GCSE Science live
Reading University Trip "Being Human: Genes, Robots and the Soul."
Science Crest Awards / Medical Society
UpStArt Finalist Exhibits Work In The West End
Year 11 physics-based trip to Cambridge University
Live Q and A with Prof. Brian Cox