The College has learned today of the tragic death of Lovell Olanrewaju. On behalf of everyone at LSC, I would like to convey deepest sympathies to his family and friends. Lovell was a talented and popular young man whose passing is a source of great sadness to all who knew him - Kevin Watson, Principal
Fears of a drop in this years results following changes to the structure of the exam process were not borne out at Leyton Sixth Form College. The A level pass rate of 99% delighted Principal Kevin Watson. Given the number of subject entries (about 1300 in all, 171 in English, 175 in the Sciences, 125 in Business/Economics, 232 in Sociology/Psychology) this constitutes success on a grand scale.
Leyton Sixth Form College has achieved one of the most prestigious awards available to organisations, the Investors in People Champion Award, for a second successive time having been last assessed in 2011.
As the Tour De France heads through Waltham Forest, Leyton Sixth Form College students will be celebrating the event with their own land art on Whipps Cross roundabout in conjunction with the artist Phil Coy. This is the only land art being created for the world famous sporting competition in the whole of London.
Leyton Sixth Forms community sports development manager Jim Howell was given the honour of carrying the Queens baton through the Olympic Park, ahead of the Commonwealth Games.
Leyton Media department held its third Oscars event at local cinema Stratford Picturehouse.
Leyton Sixth Form College has seen a record number of students apply for the highly competitive Russell Group universities, with the number rising to 630 applications, an increase from 497 applications in 2013.
Consuela Rolle has become one of only five students nationally to receive the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation scholarship to study Musical Theatre at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.
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