A chance to hear the new second year Subsidiary Diploma group perform the songs they have been rehearsing in a more intimate studio setting. Enjoy music from the 70s, 80s 90s, noughties and today, featuring songs by Sade, Elvis, Michael Jackson and many more!
Mister Ellody has quietly kept his accordion shop going on his local high street for generations. One day, he steps out of his door and witnesses an extraordinary incident: hundreds of young people are surging onto the street, and they've all received the same text message on their phones which simply says "RIOT. THE ROAD. 7pm TONIGHT." Cush Jumbo.
Watkins Dance is a contemporary dance company, formed in 2011 by Artistic Director/Choreographer Anna Watkins. Her work is very physical, technical and demanding. Watkins Dance have received funding from Grants for the Arts, Arts Council England in 2012 and 2014.
Bring it back is a concert featuring music trainees from our flagship BTEC Music Performance, Production and Business course and students from our BTEC Certificate in Music.
The Subsidiary Diploma in Performing Arts and Certificate in Dance bring to you a showcase of a diverse range of dance.
BTEC Level 3 sports students have been in action at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre supporting the delivery of a Primary School Quicksticks Hockey coaching workshop and tournament.
Leyton students are working in collaboration with the Wellcome Collection and photographer Edmund Clarke on a project called 'Forensic Identity' in response to the exhibition 'Forensics: The anatomy of crime'.
LSC's Expressive Arts students went to the ITV studios on the Southbank to watch a studio taping of the popular daytime talk show “Loose Women”.
Former Leyton Sixth Form student Mudessar Ali has been offered the chance to create the interior and exterior of a showroom for Feathers UAE luxury goods firm in Dubai.
The annual visit of Norwegian students to Leyton Sixth Form College took place this week. Students from the Northern town of Tromso had not seen sunlight for six weeks when they arrived in London but LSC students soon helped brighten their visit.
Aneeta Prem, founder of Freedom Charity, spoke at Leyton Sixth Form College as part of her campaign to highlight the mistreatment of young people forced into marriage by their own families. The purpose of the visit was to educate and raise awareness for students and staff on how to recognise the signs of forced marriage dishonor abuse. Leyton students were also joined John Cryer, MP for Leyton and Wanstead.
Leyton Sixth Form College held a music to business event where students had the opportunity to learn about turning their creativity into a viable music business.
Through the Speakers For Schools programme, the Rt Hon. the Lord Knight of Weymouth visited Leyton students to give a talk on his experiences of working in Parliament.
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