Colleges and 6th Form Centres

For a list of further education providers in Haringey, see our Sixth Form Schools and Colleges page.

Higher Education Institute virtual tours and open days – Uni Connect have compiled summer open days and put them into an online calendar (external link).

Ada National College for Digital Skills

Ada, the National College for Digital Skills (external link), offers a career-catapulting, industry focused education that is free to attend. If you’re excited about entering the games design industry, creating apps that change lives or building technologies that help grow industries, then Ada is the perfect institution for you. 

Alexandra Park Sixth Form 

Alexandra Park Sixth Form (external link) provides students with an exciting opportunity to continue their education in a calm and caring environment which has a culture of learning at its heart. They also have a dedicated and specialist Learning Support team to help all Sixth Form students achieve their personal and academic goals. The team has a wealth of experience in supporting students with the full range of special educational needs, disabilities and other health needs. 

Fortismere Sixth Form

Fortismere Sixth Form (external link) is a vibrant and diverse sixth form offering an exciting range of A Level and BTEC subjects. Fortismere’s holistic sixth form education supports our students to develop the knowledge, skills and passions that will equip them to thrive in a complex and changing world. 

Grieg City Academy

Greig City Academy (external link) is a mixed-sex secondary school with a thriving Sixth Form. 

Haringey Sixth Form College

Haringey Sixth Form College (external link) offers vocational courses as well as courses for further education for young people aged 16 to 19 years. The college also has a specialist resource base for students with complex needs, which has an onsite multidisciplinary health team including speech and language therapists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists and a school nurse. 

Harris Academy Tottenham

Harris Academy Tottenham (external link) is an Outstanding (OFSTED, June 2017) Sixth Form, based in the heart of Tottenham and are a specialist STEM centre. 

Highgate Wood Sixth Form

Highgate Wood School (external link) is a mixed comprehensive school in Crouch End, North London. 

John Dewey Centre

The John Dewey Centre (previously known as Area 51) is a specialist Further Education College for people with learning disabilities in Haringey, who work to maximise the independence skills of people with learning difficulties and readying them for employment where possible. 

John Dewey offers courses from 18 years to 25 years, and some social care pathways for young people over 25 years.

London Academy of Excellence

The London Academy of Excellence (external link) Tottenham, is an academically selective 16-19 free school. 

St Thomas More Sixth Form

The Sixth Form at St Thomas More (external link) is a vibrant and innovative environment for learning. Students are offered a wide variety of BTEC National, AS and A2 level subjects. Find out more about St Thomas More Sixth Form.

The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London

The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London (external link) offers courses for 19 to 25 year olds and has courses for young people with special educational needs, including supported internships. 

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Colleges in other boroughs

Young people from Haringey can also attend a range of colleges in North London, including Barnet and Southgate, Waltham Forest and New City College in Hackney.

For each colleges' specialist skills and particular courses please look at their websites and also arrange a visit before you apply.

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Other organisations offering vocational training

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Page Last Updated:

January 27, 2023

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