North Bridge House Senior Canonbury

London - N and NE

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  • Category: Senior / Sixth Form
  • Pupils: Co-Education
  • Type: Day
  • Religious Affiliation: Non-Denominational
  • Roll: (Boys) (Girls)
  • Age Range: 11-18 years
  • Founded: 2014


Set in a unique Tudor building over 500 years old, North Bridge House Canonbury is an inspiring learning environment complete with contemporary teaching facilities to meet the needs of students and staff.

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.

Open Days

2019. Sat. 8th June, 10am and throughout Autumn term.


2019/2020. Years 7 - 11: £6410 per term. Years 12 & 13: £6800 per term. Lunch £360 per term.

School Contact Details

Headteacher: Mr J Taylor

North Bridge House Senior Canonbury
6-9 Canonbury Place
London - N and NE
N1 2NQ

[t]: 020 7428 1520

Location Description

In Islington, North Bridge House Senior School & Sixth Form Canonbury is surrounded by leafy landscaped gardens. The Tudor building has been beautifully restored to provide a contemporary learning environment in a prime London location, easily accessible by a range of public transport links.

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School News

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On Saturday 1 December, having been selected to represent London North, three North Bridge House Senior Canonbury students took part in the ISA National Swimming Championships at

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the London Aquatics Centre. All three swam fantastic races, boosting the points score for their regional team and earning impressive podium finishes.

National swimmer and Year 11 NBH Senior Canonbury student, Elena, won both of her races, finishing the 100m Freestyle in 59.78 seconds and the 50m Butterfly in just 30 seconds.

Following in her sister’s footsteps, Year 7 Annabel won bronze and silver medals in the 50m Freestyle and the 50m Butterfly respectively.  She completed the Freestyle in 32.73 seconds to gain third place and the Butterfly in 34.28 seconds to come second.

Fellow Year 7 Oscar finished his 50m Freestyle in third place with a time of 32.46 seconds, collecting NBH Senior Canonbury’s fifth medal!

Congratulations to all three students on their fantastic achievements at the Olympic Pool and thank you to the ISA for another great sporting event.

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On Friday 9th November, Year 13 North Bridge House Senior Canonbury student, Bertie sat with fellow Members of the Youth Parliament for their annual debate in

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the House of Commons chamber.

Chelsea and Kensington Youth Parliament Member and high-achieving NBH Sixth Form student, Bertie joined the discussion on knife crime, mental health, equal pay, tackling homelessness and votes at 16 – five issues chosen by a ballot of young people from across the UK – to decide which two topics should become the UK Youth Parliament’s priority campaigns for the year ahead.

The UK Youth Parliament began their annual debate this year with a special opening speech on the Centenary of the First World War and closed by marking the 1918 Representation of the People Act, which allowed women over the age of 30 who met a property qualification to vote. Proceedings were streamed live online and chaired by the Speaker of the House of Commons, Rt Hon John Bercow MP, with Bertie joining fellow representatives to debate some of our future generation’s biggest concerns.

The UK Youth Parliament provides opportunities for 11-18 year olds to use their elected voice to bring about social change through meaningful representation and campaigning. They first debated in the House of Commons on 30 October 2009, which was the first time in history that the chamber was used by a group other than MPs.

Bertie was honoured to make his maiden speech on behalf the local generation and we look forward to keeping up with him on the UK Youth Parliament’s upcoming campaigns.

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