|Motto||The best education today for the women of tomorrow|
|Principal||Mrs Helen Dorfman|
|DfE URN||139842 Tables|
|Ofsted||Reports Pre-academy reports|
|Gender||Girls (with some boys in sixth form)|
|Colours||Red & Grey|
Burntwood School is a girls' secondary school and sixth form with academy status, located in Wandsworth, London, England. The school was opened in September 1986, and the first headmistress of the school was Brigid Beattie-Moriarty - known to the pupils as Mrs Beattie. 
For the 2008–09 school year, there were 1,733 pupils enrolled at the school. In September 2009, the school admitted 283 new students: 71 places are offered to the girls who scored highest in the Wandsworth Year 6 Test; the remaining 212 places are offered to siblings of current students and then to those girls living closest to the school.
For the school year beginning September 2012, students moved into the new buildings which have been under construction the last two years. Fully complete in 2013, the project that cost £40.9 million saw the opening of 6 new buildings (four four-storey teaching pavilions, a new sports hall and a new performing arts buildings) to create a new-look campus 
The school converted to academy status on 1 July 2013.
Notable former pupils
- Actress Francesca Isherwood attended Burntwood School, and stars in the BBC programme for children Roman Mysteries.
- Townsend, Richard (2001-05-08). "Obituary: Brigid Beattie-Moriarty". The Guardian (London).
- "Schools - Burntwood School - Wandsworth Council". Wandsworth.gov.uk. Retrieved 2009-07-18.[dead link]
- "beacon" (PDF). Retrieved 2009-07-18.