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

CERN Geneva  2015
CERN Geneva 2015
Over the Easter break, a group of physics students and teachers went on a trip to Geneva, the highlight of the trip being a visit to CERN, the ‘global hub’ of particle physics.
African and Caribbean Leukaemia Trust
African and Caribbean Leukaemia Trust
We'd like to say a big thank you to the 127 students and staff who signed up to the Stem Cell, Blood and Organ Donor Register at the African and Caribbean Leukaemia Trust drive.
Barcelona exchange trip
Barcelona exchange trip
Further to last month's news about our visiting Spanish students from Institut Lluí­s Vives, Woodhouse students have shared their Barcelona pictures with us and let us know how the exchange went
Educate for Change: Cultural Week
Educate for Change: Cultural Week
In March, the AS Educate for Change helpers held fundraisers and celebrations for Cultural Week.
The Guardian interview Woodhouse geographers
The Guardian interview Woodhouse geographers
Just before the Easter break, a reporter from The Guardian came in to college to interview a group of our Woodhouse geographers about their views on how climate change is reported to the public.
Iceland Trip 2015
Iceland Trip 2015
This February, the College ticked off another country on our 'trips abroad wish list', when students visited Iceland.