DRAMA: The ESOL drama group is made up of 14 Entry Level students, some of whom have been speaking English for less than a year. The group started as a way to explore language and build the confidence of students using drama techniques but soon developed into their own edited and adapted version of the whole play.
DRAMA: Final major production. Students from this course present their final, externally examined show. After a highly successful year, students from the University of the Arts Performing and Production Diploma will be presenting their Final Major Production, a devised piece based on character, emotion and story. In this show students will be showcasing all their skills and talents learnt over the year and we look forward to your support. ADMISSION: FREE.
MUSIC: Leyton Sixth Form College in collaboration with Waltham Forest Music Service presents 'Battle of the Bands'. Now in its fourth year, ‘Battle of the Bands’ is a competition showcasing some of the most promising talent from bands based in Waltham Forest. The event will feature bands from local secondary schools and sixth form colleges performing a mixture of covers and original songs to both the audience and a panel of judges. Come along to decide for yourself who sounds best, and see if you agree with the official decision! TICKETS: £4/£2.
MUSIC: This Is It is the final concert for the second year BTEC Music Performance, Production and Business students. The concert will present songs from a wide range of genres such as soul, pop, disco and RnB. It will also include the work of iconic artists such as Michael Jackson, Jessie J, Whitney Houston, Beyoncé and Usher. This Is It will have a finale-type atmosphere and show all the enthusiasm, energy and passion the second year students have for music performance. Join them as they celebrate the end of their journey. This Is It! TICKETS: £6/£4.
MUSIC: Express Yourself is a concert featuring music students from our flagship BTEC Music Performance, Production and Business course and BTEC Certificate in Music. They will be showcasing songs that have formed the backbone of the music industry from 1970 to the present day. Express Yourself will take you on a journey through time and have you singing along to some memorable hits! TICKETS: £6/£4.
Our first exhibition of BTEC Level 3 Certificate and Subsidiary Diploma Photography student work inspired by historical and contemporary photographers. The exhibition comprises of studio based and location based photography projects with personal ideas and concepts each photography student has developed throughout the course. Exhibited work will be a range of print based pieces, through to projections and installations.
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.
Leyton Sixth Form’s ICT students are currently volunteering at the Woodberry Wetlands project, working on reed beds and planting Hawthorn and Blackthorn whips and meadows. Woodberry Wetlands is being constructed on the site of what is currently Thames Water’s East Reservoir, an area that has been off limits to the public since its construction in 1833.
In the recently published Department for Education league tables Leyton Sixth Form College occupies a lofty position for both academic and vocational results.
As part of Leyton Sixth Form College’s enrichment programme, students get to take part in a wide range of international visits. This half term, students from the College landed in Rome.
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.
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