Tonight is the final of our own version of the national talent show. Student contenders will be singing and dancing and hoping to walk away a winner!
Visit Leyton Sixth Form College and have a look around and meet our students and staff. Prospective students can come with their parents and carers and there is no need for pre-registration.
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.
Leyton staff and students commemorate Armistice Day in a college area called the Street today, holding a two minute silence in the memory of soldiers who lost their lives during the World War.
This year for a second year running we have been fortunate to participate in the BFI London Film Festival education events.
Everyone at LSC was shocked and hugely saddened by the death, on 30 September, of Denis Leramo. Denis left the college earlier this year with three A levels, an AS and a string of sporting successes to his name. He will be remembered with great fondness by everyone who knew him.
LSC Expressive Arts dynamic links with the music industry and specialised performance programme have led to their fantastic reputation for developing young artists and helping them make inroads in terms of developing a career in the industry. Many former LSC Expressive Arts students are now enjoying life as full-time artists and songwriters.
Leyton Sixth Form College held their annual QMUL Participation Awards Ceremony with special guests John Cryer, MP for Leyton and Wanstead, Cllr Terry Wheeler, Mayor of Waltham Forest and Anne Setwright, head of outreach and participation at QMUL.
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