Woodhouse College
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 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

Students bond at 007 Leavers Prom
Students 'bond' at 007 Leavers Prom
Upper sixth students marked the end of their Woodhouse journey with a 007 themed 'Prom' last Friday
Jack Petchey Award at Woodhouse College 2014-15
Jack Petchey Award at Woodhouse College 2014-15
Woodhouse are proud to be holders of the Jack Petchey Gold programme which permits us to give nine students this prestigious award during the academic year.
Woodhouse Geography students - Guardians of our planet?
Woodhouse Geography students - Guardians of our planet?
Last month, Woodhouse students were again invited to the Guardian's York Road offices, to be part of the media section of the 'Keep It In The Ground' campaign.
Woodhouse Medicine Academy yields record number of offers
Woodhouse Medicine Academy yields record number of offers
20 students taking advantage of our Medicine Academy have collectively earned 33 offers from prestigious universities to study medicine.
Art exhibition makes a bigger splash!
Art exhibition makes 'a bigger splash'!
Scores of enthusiastic art appreciators flocked to the Woodhouse art studios last night to enjoy the latest exhibition of A level work
Leavers assembly - a great celebration of success!
Leavers assembly - a great celebration of success!
Friday 15 May was the last day of lessons for our leaving upper sixth students and, in what has become a Woodhouse tradition, they turned up for our final assembly in amazing fancy dress costumes