Woodhouse College is a popular and oversubscribed sixth form college in Barnet teaching A level courses to around 1500 students aged 16 –18 years, who join us from over 180 different schools across North London.
 
Our students are high-achieving 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.
 
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Philosophy students take part in the London regionals of the Ethics Cup
1 March 2024
A more civil debate... The Ethics Cup
 
A more civil debate... The Ethics Cup
Philosophy students take part in the London regionals of the Ethics Cup
1 March 2024
Students sleigh at Xmas concert
Student produced concert rocks Woodhouse - the video!
16 February 2024
Oxbridge numbers through the roof!
Students and staff stunned to hear that an incredible 43 students have been offered a place at Oxford or Cambridge this year
7 February 2024
The results are in! And our students are thriving...
Class of 23 continue our run of excellent A level results
17 August 2023
Going for gold - DofE 23
Burnt pancakes in the rain without waterproofs - the return of the practice expedition
11 July 2023
Jack Petchey Foundation award winners 2023
A look at some of the students (and staff) who have won awards this year
27 June 2023
The art of Woodhouse
Students show their A level art work at our annual exhibition
23 June 2023
UCAS - looking further afield
Students enjoy residential university trips to Bath and Brighton
22 June 2023
Drama students enjoy a-Mays-ing theatre trip
Students immerse themselves in Guys and Dolls performance and meet its star Daniel Mays
9 June 2023
Investigating the behaviour of muons
Physics students present research at 'Cosmic Con 23’ conference
25 April 2023