Why Join Us?
A rounded educational experience at this stage of your life will prepare you for the competitive world of work in the future. When you think of Sixth Form at Beaconsfield High School, think of learning so much more than the theory of A-Levels. We give you life skills, work knowledge and experience, and the tools to thrive. For more information, you can contact the Sixth Form Team directly here and you can download a copy of the Sixth Form Prospectus here.
Meet the Director of Sixth Form
We have a strong sixth form and welcome 180 students into Year 12 every year. Entering the sixth form is an exciting next phase of a student’s career and we are here to guide and support you as you make some very important decisions about your future.
Our supportive community, in which everybody is valued as an individual, means you can expect the highest level of care in every aspect of school life. Each year, the vast majority of our students go onto study at Russell Group or top universities and students interested in applying for Oxbridge, medical, dental or veterinary schools are coached and supported though this very specific process.
Whichever route you decide to take - degree, degree-level apprenticeship or the world of work - we are there to support and guide you every step of the way. Whilst academic success is of paramount importance, we also strive to provide an enjoyable and stimulating environment for every student.
Beyond the classroom there are many extra-curricular activities for you to enjoy, but we also encourage sixth formers to take the initiative and set up their own clubs and societies for their peers and younger students. We believe students who are happy and challenged will discover they are capable of much more than they ever believed possible. A sixth form education at Beaconsfield High means students leave us with greater independence, resilience and aspirations for their future, and ready to embrace the exciting challenges which lie ahead.
Assistant Head: Director of Sixth Form
Our A-Level Programme
The Beaconsfield High School A-Level programme blends academia with leadership, creativity, teamwork, activity, participation and independent thinking. We believe it is this combination of learning and involvement that prepares you for your next step. Our staff, highly proficient, talented and with broad life experience, prefer a respectful and collaborative approach to working with Sixth Form students. Your contribution to developing your future self is maturity, hard work, commitment and dedication. With a big splash of fun.
Our learning environment plays a huge part in the development of our students, from university-grade science laboratories and ICT-enabled classrooms, to a fully equipped sports suite, multi-subject computer rooms, design studio, food technology rooms and large art spaces. We are constantly investing in our facilities to ensure our students excel, whatever the subject.
We know that preparing for your next step in life takes a combination of many focus areas. Your goal may be to join an Oxbridge college or one of the revered Russell Group universities. Perhaps you want to follow your heart into a creative profession or step straight into an apprenticeship or work. Whatever your career plan or budding ideas for your future we have the skills, experience and know-how to get you there, with a portfolio of subjects to give you a strong, comprehensive grounding that opens doors.
- 3 A-Levels
- Enrichment volunteering
- Extended Project Qualification
- Lecture series
- Sports programme
- Personal Development seminars
- Duke of Edinburgh scheme (Optional)
- Fourth A-Level (Optional)
- Computer Science AS
Our Sixth Formers enjoy a suite of exclusive areas, including the new Sixth Form Hub - designed by Sixth Form students - and a silent Study Area that allows for focus and successful study. University grade science labs, a new drama studio and cafeteria are recent additions that make studying at Beaconsfield High even more enjoyable.
Learn more about our A-Level curriculum
Meet our current Senior Prefects
I am so excited to take on this role - I love working together with others to create positive change and I am really looking forward to starting on the many projects and ideas which my team and I already have!
I wanted to be Head Girl so that I would have the opportunity to work with a team to make a difference, and to further connect the school community. A big focus of mine throughout the coming year will be on the mental health and wellbeing of students and staff and also on our school's contribution to our wider community and environment.
A little about me: I am currently studying English Literature, RPE and Biology A-Level. I really enjoy reading and writing, and spending time in nature (especially with my dog!)
PreshaDeputy Head Girl
My time at the school since Year 7 has provided me with the fundamentals to blossom as an avid, reflective, and thoughtful young student. The immense sense of support and reinforcement from teachers has encouraged me to take advantage of and prosper from given opportunities.
Likewise, becoming one of Beaconsfield High School's Deputy Head Girls comes with the responsibility of having such a privileging and gratifying impact in contributing to promoting our well-established student-centered learning approach. This is one of the core constituents of our school which has ensured that we have persevered and thrived, through our challenging current pandemic -which has come with its own set of unforeseeable changes to numerous aspects in our lives.
We hope to turn our reflections from the past year into a reality and build our 'Helping Hand' scheme within the next year. Our aim is to enhance the authentic 'Becky High School experience' by working to diminish social barriers by educating and immersing ourselves into the increasingly diverse school community network.
I am taking Biology, Chemistry and Psychology for my A-Levels; however I am also a creative person and my hobbies include playing the violin, drawing and painting.
KirstyDeputy Head Girl
The role of Deputy Head Girl is one that supports and enables the Beaconsfield High School community to thrive. I am beyond ecstatic to be given the opportunity to contribute to the promotion of our welcoming and creative approach to learning. The core values of our school allow the students to flourish into independent people, connected to a community in which each student is supported, their ability never doubted, and dreams nurtured to their fullest potential. My time at Beaconsfield High School has been invaluable to assisting me in becoming who I am today, and I feel so privileged to be able to work alongside my peers towards our aims during my final two years.
As a student prefect team, we look forward to supporting students even further, enhancing the sense of community that is vital to every student's experience, particularly during these fairly uncertain times. One of the many ways we plan on doing this is through a new initiative, in which various schemes will offer a 'helping hand' in order to spread awareness, coupled with support networks, suited to the necessary topics and needs of an ever-developing demographic of students.
Lastly, a little bit about me: I'm currently studying English Literature, Modern History, and Chemistry. In my free time, I enjoy reading as well as writing, additionally, I'm very fond of period dramas from Pride and Prejudice to Little Women.
LizzySenior Student Council
I am delighted to take on this role and am so excited to listen to all your valuable ideas. The past year has been tough, especially in terms of communication, so in the coming year, the amazing House Student Council Prefects and I will have a huge focus on making sure our student body is heard.
Being part of the bridge between members of staff and our students is a position I am honoured to be in, and I want to make sure we work together to help grow the Becky High Community.
Finally, a little bit about me; I take Maths, Chemistry, and Biology for A level, I love to play netball, and I love to talk to people, so please come and say hi anytime!
ElizabethHouse Student Council
I am so excited to be taking on the role of House Student Council for Rambert.
Whilst in the role, I want to encourage more people to speak up and have a voice for change within the school community. I want everyone's hopes and aspirations with regards to school developments to be listened to and if possible, acted upon. I can't wait to start the meetings soon and hope to see many Rambert house members there.
For my A-Levels, I study Modern History, English Literature and Geography. My other interests include acting, singing and dancing, as well as reading.
LisaHouse Student Council
I am the House Student Council Prefect for Parks.
In my role, I would like to be a kind, friendly and approachable Sixth Former that anyone can come and talk, and then together we can find the best solution possible. As a tennis coach, I have learnt to work well in a team, and I'm really looking forward to the amazing work and changes the other House Student Council Prefects and I can implement.
The A-Levels that I am doing are Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry and Physics. I enjoy sports too, especially playing and coaching tennis and not everyone knows I am fully bilingual!
AlishaHouse Student Council
Hi! I'm Alisha, your new House Student Council Prefect for Blackman House!
I'm so excited to take on this role and I truly believe that we can all work together to make a great difference within our school community. I'm currently studying Biology, Chemistry and Psychology, and can't wait to engage with other students and represent their views at Student Council meetings!
My aim is to ensure that students across all years feel as though they can come to me with any concerns or suggestions, on how to improve the school. This will allow us to have an even more extraordinary learning environment, helping all our students to thrive. Furthermore, I would also love for all years to feel involved and recognise that their voices are being heard.
Outside of school, I love spending time with friends and family, as well as volunteering for my local charity!
AshHouse Student Council
Hi, my name is Ash Prabhune, and I am your next Holmes House council prefect.
I wanted to be House Student Council Prefect, as I think it is very important to hear feedback from the rest of the school. My vision for this year is to connect with students of all years and start initiating their voices and vision on their school. I can't wait to meet all of you and start on working on ideas.
Currently, I am studying Computer Science, Biology and Religious Studies. My passion is travelling around the world, and in fact, I lived in Germany for a few years before moving to the UK.
MollyHouse Student Council
Hello! My name is Molly, and I am delighted to be the Hamilton House Student Council Prefect.
As an empathetic and enthusiastic individual, I was keen for this role because I consider it paramount in further promoting student voice and wellbeing. My primary aim is to ensure students from all years feel more involved and comfortable in the school setting by encouraging all voices to be heard and continuing the council's welcoming, friendly and immersive environment. I'm very approachable and am looking forward to welcoming and discussing ideas, as well as helping wherever I can within the school environment. In my free time, I love hockey, running and taking the dog for walks!
I'm currently studying English Literature, History and Politics and am really looking forward to meeting with students and representing Hamilton House in our Student Council meetings.
ThievyaHouse Student Council
Hi, my name's Thievya and I am delighted to be the House Student Council Prefect for Bhutto.
My aim is to ensure all students feel as though they can come to me with their suggestions and concerns, so together we can make the changes that will create an even more remarkable learning environment. I believe it's really important that all students feel like they have a voice through the school council, and I look forward to being involved in assemblies introducing myself and explaining how the school council works. I am also excited to see lots of new faces at these meetings!
I am currently taking Biology, Chemistry, and Maths A-Levels and I'm also learning sign language.
Hello everyone! My name is Lucia Grundy, and I am currently studying: Maths, Chemistry, Early Modern History and Latin.
I am so excited to take on the role of STEAM Prefect and I have many ideas for the near future and coming year. I hope to start up a variety of clubs for a range of years as I believe the past year with COVID has been very limiting to many students. I look forward to meeting everyone who has an enthusiasm for STEAM (Science, Technology, Arts and Maths) and I hope to foster an interest in people who may be more reserved.
In terms of my own interests, I enjoy playing the guitar and ukulele as well as playing netball and competing in tournaments. I also take part in Scouts and I am working towards my Gold DofE.
AmyBlossom and Roots
Hello, I am Amy Morrison, and I am thrilled to be your new Blossom and Roots Prefect, along with my friend Ria!
My motivation behind being one of the Blossom and Roots Prefects is wanting to maintain the friendly, caring environment that Becky High already has. I hope to do this by continuing the Blossom tutoring program and expanding on the Roots side, for example by creating a Big Sister club. I aim to connect younger years and older years to a greater extent, building on the strong sense of community within the school. I am a team player and a very enthusiastic individual so I feel I will help develop Blossom and Roots further, as well as raising its profile within school.
For A-Level, I take Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Outside of school, I like to play netball, spend time with my friends and go on walks.
RiaBlossom and Roots
Hi, my name's Ria and I'm one of your new Blossom and Roots Prefects, alongside my friend Amy Morrison.
I am so excited to take on this role and continue the wonderful legacy the previous senior prefects created with the Blossom tutoring program whilst also expanding the Roots side. Our aim is to set up a 'Big Sister' club in order to help the students to feel more confident within the school and to connect all the different years even further. My motivation for taking on a leading Prefect role is to maintain the friendly environment that Becky High already upholds, whilst being an approachable Sixth Former that the younger years aren't afraid to come up to if they are struggling or have any queries.
I currently take Biology, Chemistry and Maths for my A-levels.
Hi! My name is Sophia Broadhead and I'm excited to get started as the Logistics Prefect for this year.
I chose Logistics because I enjoy having responsibilities and I strive for organisation. I hope to bring enthusiasm to the role while working to ensure the smooth running of events.
As a Senior Prefect, I hope to be an approachable figure and a role model for students of the lower school, who I encourage to come to me with any concerns.
What some people may not know about me is that I play the clarinet, saxophone and piano. You can usually find me in a practice room or playing in one of the school ensembles, from Bohemian Rapsody in wind band to Dvorak in orchestra, to Stevie Wonder in soul band.
I currently studing A-Level Music, Spanish and Maths (a very good mix of subjects!)
Hi, I'm Charlotte and I cannot wait to begin my role as Communications Prefect. As a student of four essay subjects, I thought that my skills would lend well to this position. I am looking forward to continuing to develop and add to the Sixth Form Bulletin, introducing students to opportunities that will allow them to have the best possible wealth of experience for applying to university next year. I also intend to promote societies as much as possible - they are a great way to learn more about the subjects that you intend to study and leading them can be a great challenge and an even greater opportunity!
I am currently studying English Literature, French, Latin and Classical Civilisations at A-level. My interests are, as the A-levels probably hint at, anything to do with ancient history or languages and I love to spend my free time translating - I am even studying Classical Greek! When not at school, I work as an ambassador for the educational charity Action Breaks Silence, so communication is a huge part of everything I do, both in school and outside.
AlanaEquality and Diversity
Hi guys! My name is Alana, I use she/they pronouns and I am one of the Equality and Diversity prefects, along with Eva.
I am excited to be an Equality and Diversity Prefect as I have many ideas about how to advance this sector within the school. I am particularly interested in mental health and LGBT issues and am keen to make sure everyone's voice is heard, no matter the concern anyone wants to raise. As one of the Equality and Diversity Prefects, I hope to educate both teachers and students alike on general awareness of mental health and how to help best. I am looking forward to helping change the school for the better and implementing my and other people's ideas to increase equality and diversity.
At the moment, I'm studying Chemistry, Classics, Maths and Psychology A-Levels and my interests are singing, playing the piano, kickboxing and playing Dungeons and Dragons.
EvaEquality and Diversity
Hello, my name is Eva, and I am the Equality and Diversity senior prefect, along with Alana.
This is a role I am passionate about because I believe every single student at Beaconsfield High deserves to have their voice heard, no matter their background or upbringing and this is one of the reasons I chose this specific role. In addition, I applied for this role because I knew it would give me the best opportunity to learn more about and immerse myself in the different walks of life and cultures that Beaconsfield High proudly represents, especially as I joined the Sixth Form this year.
During my time as one of the Equality and Diversity Prefects, I hope to encourage students to learn more about each other's culture and backgrounds and I am looking forward to giving people the opportunity to educate themselves on this.
I am currently studying Spanish, French and English Literature and one thing that not everyone knows about me is that I am a huge fan of 80s and 90s music.!
HannahCharities and Fundraising
My name is Hannah and I am so excited to be one of the new Charities and Fundraising Prefects for this year.
I chose this role as I love helping people! That may sound clichĂ ©d, but I truly believe that with a bit of compassion and understanding we can make the world a better place for everyone. Here at Becky High, we are so lucky to have many incredible opportunities available to us and I really want to show my gratitude by giving back to my school and community. Arwen and I will be doing all we can to raise money for the school and its charities and we would love to hear any ideas that you may have.
For A-Level I am studying Biology, Chemistry and Geography and in terms of my interests, I am pretty sporty. I enjoy running and ballet but more than anything I love volunteering at my local hospital and spending time with my family.
ArwenCharities and Fundraising
Hello, my name's Arwen and I'm one of your new Charities and Fundraising Prefects.
I chose this role because I want to raise awareness for a wide range of charities and issues in the UK and abroad. I am especially looking forward to working with students and teachers organising fundraising events, as well as encouraging the student body collectively to become more involved in projects and charities they feel passionate about. This year we hope to continue the legacy of the previous Senior Prefect Team with projects such as the Crisp Packet Project which has been a huge success and to continue our work with our four school charities.
I am studying Physics, Chemistry, Maths and Further Maths for A-Level and I am currently working towards doing my Gold DofE.
My name is Ella and I am the new Media Prefect! I am currently studying English Literature, Sociology and Drama for A-Level, and I am loving all three subjects and lessons.
I've always been very interested in designs for advertising and marketing, so I'm really excited to get started on upcoming projects! I want to bring a fun and fresh perspective to the Senior Prefect media platforms, for example, the new TikTok account and Instagram account. I'm also looking to bring a cool and modern angle to school advertising with fun and engaging posters, events and designs. We have a fantastic Charities and Fundraising team that I will be working closely which is going to be fabulous for our school charities and future fundraising events.
A fun fact about me is that I can solve a Rubik's Cube in two minutes!
Hello, I'm Libby and I'm the Eco Prefect!
I'm really excited about this role as I am very passionate about environmental protection and am looking forward to making our school more eco-friendly. Although I have previously worked with the school to make it more sustainable, including being a member of Eco-Committee, being Eco Prefect means I have greater opportunities to help, particularly as I can now run Eco-Committee, which I am very much looking forward to.
I also hope to work with the Head Girl Team and their vision to grow the sense of school community, so our whole school can work together to ensure we have a positive impact on the environment!
For my A-levels I take Maths, Chemistry and Geography and hope to study Environmental Science at University. In my free time, I enjoy playing sports such as hockey and sailing.
LexieStudent Careers Leader
Hi, I'm Lexie and I am one of the new Student Careers Leaders, alongside Lucy.
I wanted this role so I could help support the younger years as they begin to look at potential career paths. I also want to come up with new ways of sharing careers advice throughout the school and I'm looking forward to attending meetings with other students across Bucks to discuss the ways in which we publicise careers opportunities.
I study History, Psychology, and Economics at A-Level. Outside of school, I run a non-profit organisation and I am passionate about journalism and getting involved with youth activism. I also love watching Netflix, listening to music, and going on walks.
LucyStudent Careers Leader
Hello, I'm Lucy and I am one of the new Student Careers leaders.
I wanted to be one of the Student Careers Leaders so I can help provide more relevant information to students at school. I also wanted to make sure that the younger years have access to careers resources when they want them. I am looking forward to updating the notice board so that any opportunities can be displayed and shared within school and taking part in meetings with other schools in Bucks about the best ways to share careers information.
The A-Levels I am taking are Biology, Psychology and Art, and in my spare time I love to cook and bake (especially cheesecake!)