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North Bridge House Senior Canonbury

Address: 6-9 Canonbury Pl, London N1 2NQ, United Kingdom
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Description North Bridge House Senior Canonbury

  • Established: 1939
  • Location: Canonbury, London, England
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Number of students: 900
  • Type of institution: private school

North Bridge House Senior Canonbury was founded in 1939. This is a private day school for children aged 11 to 18.

The school management organizes all educational activities in accordance with the latest research by British scientists. North Bridge House Senior Canonbury's work with the Teenage Sleep Foundation and Dr. Paul Kelly of Oxford University led to the introduction of a later start time for students. Professor Sarah-Jane Blakemore and adolescent mental health researcher Johnny Benjamin constantly interact with the school, helping educators and parents get to know teens better.

Most teachers have degrees and work experience at universities. Their efforts in the school environment create warm, friendly relations both between students and within the teaching staff.

The World of Labor meeting is held annually, at which students get the opportunity to ask specialists from different industries. These activities are not perceived as extracurricular, rather they are an integral part of the overall educational process.

Programs, courses and tuition/boarding fees, prices in North Bridge House Senior Canonbury

Program name
from 6 792 £ / term

Middle classes (grades 7-8)

  • Age: 11-13 years old
  • English language
  • Form: daytime.

At this stage, the curriculum of students includes:

  • English
  • Theater and Drama
  • Maths
  • Natural Science Course
  • History
  • Geography
  • Foreign language to choose from (French / Spanish)
  • Latin or Chinese (Mandarin): the first half of the trimester is acceptable to get acquainted with both languages, in the future one is chosen
  • Art
  • Music
  • Computer science
  • Valueology (PE) and PSHE (Personal, social, health and economic education).
from 6 410 £ / term

Preparation for GCSE (Key Stage 3, Grade 9, 13-14 years)

In the year preceding the GCSE course, students strengthen their academic knowledge and skills in all basic subjects of the school curriculum:

  • English
  • Maths
  • Science course
  • Valueology (PE) and PSHE (Personal, social, health and economic education)
  • One foreign language (of those that were studied previously)
  • One humanitarian subject
  • One direction of art
  • + 2 additional directions to choose from.

You can select an option item from the following list:

  • French
  • Spanish
  • Latin
  • Chinese (Mandarin)
  • Art
  • Music
  • Drama and theater
  • Geography
  • History.
from 6 410 £ / term


  • 14-16 years old
  • 10-11 classes.

Be sure that the curriculum of each student remains English, mathematics and science - 3 additional disciplines of personal choice are already selected for them. Additionally, all students attend classes in PE (valeology) and PSHE (Personal, social, health and economic education).

3 additional items are selected from the following list:

  • Art
  • French
  • Music
  • Dramatic art and theater
  • Spanish language
  • Computer science
  • History
  • Chinese (Mandarin)
  • physical Culture and sport
  • Geography
  • Classical Latin.
from 8 160 £ / term

   Sixth Form (A-level)

  • Age: 16-18
  • English language
  • Form: daytime.

Students of senior graduation classes (16-18 years old) have the opportunity to pass exams on the A-level program - this complex and prestigious course is very much appreciated by the admissions committee of universities and, with good grades, can open the doors to the best universities in English-speaking countries.

For a total of two years of study, 3-4 subjects are selected - as a rule, these are disciplines related to the chosen specialty at the university and the desired career in the future:

  • English literature
  • Classical Latin
  • French
  • Spanish
  • Chinese (Mandarin)
  • Maths
  • Higher mathematics
  • Economy
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • History
  • Geography
  • Psychology
  • Politics and Law
  • Art
  • The photo
  • Project Qualification (EPQ)
  • Music
  • Classical civilizations.   

Events North Bridge House Senior Canonbury

At lunchtime and after school hours, students are encouraged to attend classes that promote the moral, cultural, and physical development of students. It can be:

  • Debate
  • Chinese Language Club (Mandarin)
  • Sport sections
  • Music lessons
  • Photo club and others.

Another area of extracurricular activities is aimed at preparing students for adulthood. This is the Duke of Edinburgh Award, courses in financial management, housekeeping, applying for a mortgage and owning a vehicle.

To expand the sphere of interests of students and help them develop new abilities, the school offers to participate in the enrichment program together with partner educational institutions. This summer, for example, students engaged in charity work in Malawi with their peers from Hampstead High School, which is also a part of the Cognita educational network. The enrichment program includes yoga, which all sixth graders are happy to do.


  • The desire not only to educate the child, but also to instill in him social responsibility, moral qualities, creative flair, patriotism
  • Qualified teachers, including holders of academic degrees and former university staff
  • The possibility of entering the school both on Year 7 and on Year 13 - for the last year of study
  • The location of the school in an old Tudor style mansion
  • Regularly confirmed high academic performance of students
  • Wide field for school research
  • Opportunity to receive scholarships for partial financing of studies by a charitable foundation.

Equipment North Bridge House Senior Canonbury

Northbridge House Canonbury is housed in a unique Tudor-era building over 500 years ago and provides an inspiring and atmospheric learning environment with classrooms equipped with the latest trends.

The school building is surrounded by beautiful blooming gardens, which regularly hold classes in the fresh air. In their free time, students walk around the garden, relaxing and enjoying the beauty and tranquility. North Bridge House Canonbury has dedicated study rooms for science, art, music, and theatrical school. Additionally, the students have at their disposal a library, a sixth-grade gallery and King Edward's Hall, located next to the Canonbury Tower, which is used for meetings, concerts and events.

Term dates, timetable and extra fees

The academic year at North Bridge House Senior Canonbury consists of trimesters. The beginning of classses is in September, the end is in July.

When submitting documents, a registration fee of £ 150 is paid.

Entry requirements, assessment and extra fees, how to apply, what is required to enrol, conditions, entry tests and exams

Admission steps at North Bridge House Senior Canonbury :

  • Submit an online application on the school website
  • Book school time
  • Pay the registration fee.

On the appointed day, students pass the entrance tests:

  • Applicants Upper school 6th form   do not pass the tests, but they must provide GCSE results with grade 6s in Math and English
  • Applicants Years 7 to 10 write 45-minute math and english test
  • Future students The Sixth Form is being interviewed by the department heads of the subjects for which they plan to take A - Level.

After passing the exams, notifications of admission will be sent to selected applicants.

Scholarships North Bridge House Senior Canonbury

Successful students of Year 7 to 12 can take part in the scholarship program in the following areas:

  • Academic Achievements
  • Success in art
  • Performing excellence.

Successful candidates will receive a scholarship that can partially pay for school fees.

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