A Level Results 2018

Our Sixth Form students achieved an excellent set of results highlighting

Bentley Wood Sixth Form AS and A2 results as the top 10% in the Country.

All 6th Form students study and complete 4 AS courses in Year 12 and 3 A Levels in Year 13. Year 13 students at Bentley Wood High School are celebrating again this year with 20% of all outcomes at an A or A* grade, 53% of results between A*-B and 88% between A* - C.

We are proud of all our students, their hard work, efforts, and commitment.
Please see below for a complete breakdown of our results:

KS5 Results
Post 16 A2
Percentage of A* to B Grades 53%
Percenatge of A* to C Grades 88%
Post 16 AS
Percentage of A* to B Grades 36%
Percenatge of A* to C Grades 65%
Student ‘retention’, shown separately for each qualification type  
Academic Retention 72 Students
Vocational Retention 8 Students
Average Grades  
A Level Academic C+
Applied Dist+

Students have been accepted into a range of universities, including Cambridge, UCL, Imperial, Kings, Queen Mary University of London, York, Birmingham, St George’s and many other Russell Group universities.

Year 12 students are also celebrating a strong set of results. 2018 sees the highest percentage of achievement ever at AS at Bentley Wood High School. Students are looking forward to continuing their A level study at Bentley Wood Sixth Form next year.

Rihab 1



A* English Literature

A*  History

A  Maths

Studying Law at 
Cambridge University

Anisa 1



A* English Literature

A  History

A  Philosophy

Studying Law at The
London School of Economics




A  Biology

A  Chemistry

A  Mathematics

Studying Medicine at St George’s University of London



‘We are delighted to be celebrating another outstanding set of results, with 2018 seeing the best set of A level results ever. All students are going on to further study, with a high number of students going on to study at Russell Group universities, including Cambridge, UCL, Imperial, Kings, Queen Mary University of London and York. We would like to thank the Year 12 and 13 teachers, parents and all who supported the students. We are extremely proud of what the students have achieved.’

Dr Janice Howkins, Head teacher