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  1. Leyton students shortlisted for Walthamstow International Film Festival

    21 May 2015

    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.

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  2. Duke of Edinburgh's Award Easter Expeditions

    5 May 2015

    Leyton Sixth Form took 17 intrepid individuals off to Wales on what proved to be an excellent adventure.

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  3. Sports Students see Team GB dominate in their preparations for Rio 2016

    28 April 2015

    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.

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  4. Leyton students display forensic work at contemporary arts space in Central London

    13 April 2015

    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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  5. Leyton students volunteer at the Woodberry Wetlands project

    20 March 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.

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