Woodhouse is a popular and oversubscribed sixth form college in Barnet. Our students are aged 16-18 years and come from over 150 different schools across North London.
Our students are able and hard-working. They have done well at GCSE and aim to do likewise at A level. Almost all go on to university. The College acts as a bridge from school to university, giving students a chance to grow in confidence and to develop independent learning skills.
All our students study A levels. We offer a wide range of subjects, and students can study them in almost any combination.
Don't worry if you didn't managed to submit an application before the closing date, you still have an opportunity to apply on one of the following dates:
Thursday 25th August between 10:00am – 4:00pm
Friday 26th August between 10:00am – 4:00pm.
(Please remember to bring in photocopy evidence of your GCSE results for verification.)
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Old Woodhouseians don't die - they play football!
Old Woodhouseians FC, the old boys football club of Woodhouse College (and previously Woodhouse School), sent us a report on how their season has been going...
28 April 2016
Music - A hard road to travel...
Noted music producer Mykaell Riley dropped by this week, to give our students an insiders view of the music industry
21 April 2016
Woodhouse Mentor wins at Career Ready Awards
Last night, Career Ready UK held their annual awards in Canary Wharf, on the 39th floor of 1 Canada Square. Woodhouse's Razia Sobratty returned with great news...
20 April 2016
Bridge to Terapia
Woodhouse student elected to board of trustees for local mental health charity - The Terapia Centre.
31 March 2016
Woodhouse students make art history
Two students from Woodhouse College have been offered places to study a BA in History of Art at the prestigious and world renowned Courtauld Institute in London.
29 March 2016
Employability Week 2016
Last week the college focused on employability events, where students got to explore different aspects of how their working future may look...
18 March 2016