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.
Latest Woodhouse News
3G football pitch gets green light at Woodhouse
Woodhouse College will be getting a brand new 3G football pitch, thanks to a £220k award (60% of the overall cost) from the Premier League and the FA Facilities Fund
4 September 2015
Induction Day - Woodhouse welcomes the newbies
Our new students spent their first full day at Woodhouse on Friday. First days are often daunting, but with our student hosts on hand to help and it was more a day of getting to know each other..
1 September 2015
Woodhouse - What the Papers Say
Our results are definitely something to shout about and it seems that TV and newspapers think so too. Check out our round up of results day news coverage
14 August 2015
Results day success stories
Despite rain and the invention of email - hundreds of students reset their holiday body clocks to come in to college for their envelope moment on A level results day
13 August 2015
Jack Petchey medals awarded at ceremony
On July 15th at the Art Depot North Finchley, our Jack Petchey award winners from throughout the year received their medals and certificates, in a brilliant evening of celebration.
10 August 2015
Woodhouse in The Guardian
A great article about six of our students, ahead of results day next week, in Thursday's Guardian. The journalist is Woodhouse alumna Natalie Gil
7 August 2015
Student of the Week