DRAMA: Also at the The Barbican Theatre: Silk Street. (Date & time to be confirmed by The Barbican) After an exciting collaboration with Complicite and the Barbican our Musical Theatre students take their own devised piece surrounding the issues of Women’s Rights to the Barbican Stage. Inspired by Emmeline Pankhurst and today’s push for equality.
The Waltham Forest Post-16 Partnership is proud to announce our inaugural STEM Conference which takes place on Monday 29 June at Leyton Sixth Form College, who have led the Partnership since its inception some three years ago.
Leyton Sixth Form College hosted the United States Ambassador to the UK, Matthew Barzun, where the ambassador had come to learn more about the college and its local community.
Leyton Sixth Form College’s Expressive Arts students have outperformed students from hundreds of schools, colleges and youth theatre companies across the UK to win this prestigious national competition to perform at the National Theatre Connections Festival, which will run from 1 – 6 July.
It was a busy Wednesday at St Georges Park with the Senior England Women’s Team, the England U21s, the Duke of Cambridge, and LSC BTEC Sport students all in attendance.
Leyton students Hamza Ahmed and James Taasin have been shortlisted for the very prestigious Walthamstow International Film Festival. The festival acts as a platform for short filmmakers under various categories including Young Person’s film.
Leyton Sixth Form took 17 intrepid individuals off to Wales on what proved to be an excellent adventure.
BTEC L3 Sport students were invited to Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre to witness Team GBs women’s hockey team in action in an exciting 5-1 win against Japan.
A group of Leyton Sixth Form students have been working with photographer Edmund Clarke, on a project called ‘Forensic Identity’ in response to the exhibition ‘Forensics: The anatomy of crime’ at the Wellcome Collection in Central London. Their work is currently on display at the Wellcome Collection until 26th April 2015.
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