Bentley Wood High School for Girls
Harrow, United Kingdom
About Bentley Wood High School for Girls
Bentley Wood High School for Girls is a non-selective comprehensive school in Stanmore, Middlesex. The pupil roll is around 1,020. The school is located on the greenbelt next to Bentley Priory, amid 27 acres of woodland and fields. There is no predefined catchment area for admissions.
Bentley Wood High School for Girls, which converted to academy status in August 2011, specialises in maths, computing and science. The sixth form is part of Harrow Collegiate, a partnership of six high schools and Harrow College that collectively offers sixth-form education in Harrow.
Values and vision
The vision of Bentley Wood High School for Girls is to enable all its students to become confident, creative and enquiring young women with the ability to excel at what they do. An Ofsted-rated outstanding maths, computing and science college, the college aims to be a centre of excellence that embraces and supports the local community. Emphasis is also placed on creating an environment in which learners gain an understanding and appreciation of the natural environment, diversity and their place in the global community.
“This is an outstanding school which is highly inclusive. The senior leaders possess a relentless drive and ambition in ensuring that every individual succeeds. The school’s motto, ‘learning today: leading tomorrow’ permeates through students’ attitudes and the commitment of staff; all are united in working together. Achievement is outstanding.”