North Bridge House Canonbury

Canonbury, London

North Bridge House Canonbury is an ‘outstanding’ independent sixth form in Islington, dedicated to understanding teens to maximise A-level success. The sixth form is a leafy retreat just minutes away from Islington’s trendy Upper Street and bridges the gap between school and adulthood. The historic Tudor building lends itself to the mature environment in which students appreciate greater independence.

As part of a smaller sixth form, students take greater responsibility for their learning but with one-to-one support readily available, the unique and contemporary approach sets our students apart, preparing them for the next stages of their life.

Key Facts

Location  Islington
School Status  Co-educational
Headteacher  Mr Jonathan Taylor
Available Courses  GCSE’s/A-levels
Accommodation  Day School – homestay
Facilities Surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens which students enjoy for outdoor learning as well as recreation, the school has spacious, well-equipped classrooms and specialist teaching rooms for Science, Art, Music and Drama. Additional facilities include a library and study area, Sixth Form Gallery and the striking King Edward’s Hall, next to Canonbury Tower, which is used for a variety of performances and events.

 

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Educational Courses Covered

 

Students typically study 3 A-levels over a two year syllabus. This allows for real depth of study and students are able to develop a genuine passion for their chosen subjects. In addition to A-levels, each student takes the Extended Project Qualification: a standalone qualification equivalent to an AS-level that shows independent research skills and is highly valued by Russell Group universities.

Subjects on offer at A-level are;

Art, Biology, Chemistry, Economics, English Literature, French, Further Mathematics, Geography, Government & Politics, History, Latin, Mandarin, Mathematics, Media Studies, Photography, Physics, Psychology & Spanish

 

 

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