Congratulations to Year 13 for set of outstanding A Level results

We are proud and delighted to announce a 100% pass rate, with over 80% of grades A*-B, for this year’s A Level examinations. Today’s success is a true testament to the knowledge-rich, rigorous education and culture of scholarship at Northwood, which is underpinned by the sheer grit and determination shown by our brilliant students and teachers alike. We are unashamedly ambitious for our girls, no one flies under the radar, and we place no limits on their achievements.

40% of our girls have achieved straight A*/A grades and this successful year group can now look forward to taking their well-deserved places at outstanding institutions, such as, Oxford, UCL and King’s College London.

Mrs Brown commented: “I believe that our year-on-year academic success is because we really do know each student, we recognise her individual strengths and think deeply and strategically about how best to develop her talents, whilst motivating and challenging her each step of the way.”

Jada (pictured left) achieved one A* grade and two A grades and is set to study History of Art at Oxford. Jada commented: “I am truly over the moon and so looking forward to studying at Oxford. I am so grateful to everyone at Northwood College, it has been my second home since the age of three and I would not be the person I am today without the support and love from my teachers.”


Pari (pictured right), who achieved three A* grades and is set to study Classics at UCL said: “I’m so elated with my results and I cannot wait to start studying Classics at UCL in a few weeks. I couldn’t have done this without the support of my amazing teachers who have guided me every step of the way.”



Tilly-Rose (pictured left) who achieved three A* grades and plans to study Psychology at either King’s College London or UCL said:  “I am absolutely delighted with my results and give huge thanks to my family and school for all the support and motivation.”  

Tilly-Rose’s proud dad added: “I am so exhilarated and happy for all the hard work my daughter has put in. Thank you to everyone at Northwood College.”

Priyana (pictured left with her mother and father) achieved two A* grades and two A grades and is set to study Economics and Philosophy at LSE. Priyana said: “I owe so much to all my incredible teachers, they have guided and supported me over the years. This was the best way to complete my NWC student journey, and I really look forward to returning as an alumna.”

Priyana’s mother, Rima (pictured left) added: “Today represents a culmination of 15 years at NWC! Thank you to everyone.”

Mrs Brown commented: “I am incredibly proud of all our Year 13s. They have worked tirelessly throughout their school careers, navigating the challenges of the years of the pandemic with true resilience and courage. It is important to me that our students develop inner personal strength and the drive to support and champion one another; if they harness the power of collective endeavour, supported and coached by our expert teachers, the sky really is the limit across all our year groups.”

Holly (pictured right), who achieved two A* grades and two A grades is set to study History at UCL. Holly said: “I’m really pleased with my results, it went way better than what the media had us believe! Thank you to all my teachers, their support not only really helped but also boosted my confidence. I’m so happy that I can continue to study History at UCL and with all the skills I have learnt at NWC I know I can make the most of the opportunity.”

Holly’s mother, Lorna, added: “Holly’s got some amazing results, we are very thankful for all the support from the teachers, especially over the last couple of years but throughout her time here and at Heathfield before – without them, Holly wouldn’t be where she is today.”

Ayanna (pictured left with her mother) achieved one A* grade and two A grades and is set to study Politics and Philosophy. Ayanna comments: “I’m delighted with my results! Thank you to my school for all the support, I don’t think I would have achieved what I did without you!”



Gia (pictured right) who achieved three A grades and is set to study at UCL said: “I’m really happy with my results, and I’m really really excited to go to my dream university to study European Political and Social Studies with two languages. NWC has taught me to persevere and have resilience, and that I can achieve anything I put my mind to.”

Gia’s mother, Trusha added: “I’m very proud of how the students have done. Gia has done magnificently considering all the challenges of the pandemic. The school has been amazing and been so dedicated to the kids. I am just so proud of Gia.”


Maya (pictured left) who achieved three A grades and is set to study music at King’s College London said: “I’m super excited to study music further and so grateful for the endless and continued support from my teachers.”



Mrs Brown commented: “I am so grateful to work with such a formidable team of talented and fiercely dedicated staff. Northwood teachers are passionate, innovative educators, who work indefatigably to ignite and nurture intellectual curiosity, always supporting, stretching and empowering the girls to be their very best selves.” 

Serena (pictured left) achieved three A grades and is set to study Business and Chinese at the University of Manchester. Serena said: “I am thrilled and really looking forward to studying at university. I am not sure what I will do in the future but I hope to be able to use my language skills.” 




Maya (pictured right with her parents) achieved three As and will be spending a gap year gaining work experience. Maya said: “I am absolutely thrilled with my results and I definitely plan to study medicine next year.”



Inaara (pictured left) achieved one A grade and two B grades and is set to Neuroscience and Psychology at University of Southampton. Inaara said: “I am absolutely thrilled with my results and am so looking forward to starting my studies at university. My teachers have always encouraged me to aim high and I am working hard towards a career in Neuroscience.”  


Mrs Brown concludes: “Saying goodbye to our Year 13s is hard, but we look forward to hearing of their future achievements and I am confident that each student leaves school equipped not just with strong academic credentials, but also with the confidence, skill set and values to truly succeed, ready to take her place in a world full of opportunity and fully cognisant of her own strength, power, and capability.”