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Sixth form performance

All Brentford sixth form students will receive educational support of the highest standard within an inclusive and supportive community. Taught by engaging, specialised and talented teachers who encourage students to embrace new ideas and innovative thought and extend their learning both inside and outside the classroom.

Students have personalised programmes of study, recognising and responding to individual needs. The sixth form Leadership team and dedicated support team will work closely with each student to ensure that they get the most out of their experience at Brentford. Students are our first priority, and we focus on enhancing your performance and promoting excellence in learning to lay firm foundations for whichever direction you choose to take after finishing your studies with us.

2023 Exam Results at Brentford School for Girls

Key Stage 5:

We are once again very proud of our 13 students who took their A Levels and BTEC qualifications this summer. Having missed exam experience in Year 11, they have been impressive in rising to the challenge of public exams. 

Students have been highly successful in securing places at their chosen university, apprenticeship or employer, including at Russel Group universities and some of the most prestigious institutions in the country.


·         60% of subjects offered exceeded the 2023 national average at every metric

·         39% of all grades (A Level & equivalents) were A* - B

·         61% of all grades (A Level & equivalents) were A* - C


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Subject successes include:

  • Exceptional results in A Level Drama saw 50% of students attain a grade A* or A (significantly exceeding the national average of 27.1%).
  • Performance in the Humanities was very impressive with 37% of students achieving a grade A* or A in History and 33% of students gaining an A* or A in Geography.
  • In Health and Social Care 91% of all grades awarded were at Distinction or Distinction*
  • There were some wonderful results in English Literature, Psychology, Sociology and Film Studies seeing more than half the cohort achieve a grade B or higher.

Students’ post 18 destinations include:

  • Lusine intends to study Psychology at Queen Mary University of London having achieved two A*s and a B in History, Psychology and Maths.
  • Gemma accepted her first choice at the University of Bristol to study criminology following her AAC grades in Drama, Sociology and Psychology.
  • Michelle will pursue a career in medicine at Royal Holloway University following her impressive ABB grades in Biology, Chemistry and History.
  • Mariam’s AAB grades will allow her to fulfil her dream to work in the aviation sector by studying Air Transport management at the University of West London.
  • Swezel’s Distinction* in Health and Social Care has allowed her to take up at place at Anglia Ruskin University to study Criminology and Policing (including a placement year).   

Congratulations to the class of 2023! We wish our Year 13 leavers every success in their ongoing education and future careers, and we look forward to welcoming them back as successful alumni

Click here to see the full list of destinations.