Our open day gives all prospective students the opportunity to explore the college site, meet our staff and students and see our state of the art facilities.
You will be able to meet current students and find out about their courses and what it’s really like to be a student at Leyton Sixth Form. Staff will also be on hand to give you advice and guidance about course combinations, application forms and how to take the next step to move on to university and your future career options.
Our student ambassadors will be giving students tours throughout the day and there will be opportunities to find out more about your chosen courses.
Why come to Leyton Sixth Form College?
Excellent exam results
Leyton Sixth Form College has a 99.7% A Level pass rate, the highest of all London colleges and a 100% vocational rate.
Ofsted rated ‘ Good’
When Ofsted came to visit the college, they rated Leyton Sixth Form as ‘Good’ and remarked on the friendly and diverse nature of the institution. The college was also praised for its supportive, challenging and innovative culture that focuses well on giving students good experiences and raising standards and for the “exemplary” student behaviour that contributes to the “lively college community where equality and diversity are celebrated”.
Investors in People
We were awarded the Gold Champion status Investors in People award in 2014, only achieved by 1% of UK’s businesses. The assessor commented, ‘There is an incredible people culture operating throughout the college, brought about by the Principal and owned by the staff.’
Leyton Sixth Form College has exceptionally good facilities for its students, which are purpose-built to ensure that all students have the best working environment. The College has benefitted from a £40million redevelopment programme, providing the site with industry standard facilities including a theatre, sports hall, TV studio complete with a green screen, fitness suite, dance and drama studios and music rehearsal rooms.
All our staff, academic and vocational, are experienced within their fields and are committed to continuously developing their skills and teaching methods to ensure all students are receiving the best resources possible.
Careers and Progression
Around 500 plus LSC students go on to university each year, including students from both A level and Vocational courses. They are well prepared for all universities and courses. These include Oxford, Cambridge, Imperial, Edinburgh, UCL, LSE, Bristol and others. Some go to specialist art and music schools. Undergraduate studies include Medicine, Dentistry, Modern Languages, Aerospace Engineering, Economics, English, Business subjects and many others.
The college also has a formal partnership with Russell Group university, Queen Mary University of London.