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Road Safety reminder

As mentioned previously at the end of last term, we have had some concerns raised by local residents with regards to car traffic and parking during school times. Please find below a letter from Ms Smyth with regards to this; we urge parents and carers to drive with concideration and alertness for the safety of all members of our community.

Traffic Safety Letter

FoLS fundraise for the school library

Reading is important and at the heart of encouraging children to read is the school library - a place full of facts and dreams, ideas and fantasy, history and future bringing a young person's imagination to life and their understanding to achievement. 

The PTA of Leytonstone School wants to make sure that our school library has the books to stimulate and motivate our children to aspire to be their best, to enjoy the journey and to succeed. The average price of a book is £9, so every penny donated will help us refill the library shelves and support our children for the years to come.

To make a donation, please visit; for more information on FoLS, please visit their page here.

Safer Internet Day - 10th February 2015

On Tuesday 10th February the world will be celebrating Safer Internet Day, with the slogan ‘Let’s create a better internet together’. The aim is to help promote safe, responsible and positive use of digital technology for children and young people. 

For more information on the event, please visit

Latest NSPCC focus on social media

In an age where social media is used by many, it is increasingly difficult to manage how young people interact with their peers and others via the internet and mobile phones. The latest NSPCC campaign, 'Share Aware', focuses on how parents can use parental controls for social media and the internet, to help keep their children safe. Find out more by following the link below.

NSPCC 'Share Aware' Campaign

KS3 and KS4 Curriculum Booklets now online

Earlier this term, year 10 students were given a copy of the KS4 curriculum booklet; the KS3 booklet is now being prepared for students in years 7-9. These documents, which we produce annual, give parents key information about the running of the curriculum in each year group, schemes of learning and homework. To download a digital copy of these booklets, please click the links below.

KS3 Curriculum Booklet
KS4 Curriculum Booklet

Year 10 Controlled Assessment Schedule

Our Exams page has now been updated with information on controlled assessments scheduled for year 10 students during 2014-15. Please click the link below to view current schedules for KS4.

View Controlled Assessment dates

College Open Day list available for KS4

Mr Barks has collected the up to date college information for upcoming open events during 2014/15. Students can see the college board outside the LRC for dates, or visit the Careers page below

View Careers Page

GCSE Exam Results 2014

Congratulations! Students and staff at Leytonstone School are pleased that they have sustained GCSE exam performance in 2014. 50% of students achieved 5 A*-C grades, including English and Maths.

There were also some outstanding individual results, including Robert Keirle (9 A*, 1 A), Tobi Ramella (8 A*, 2 A, 1 B) Ebru Kurtulus (5 A*, 5 A, 1 B) and Caitlin Walkinshaw (5 A*, 3 A, 1 B, 1 C)


Headteachers Welcome

Welcome to Leytonstone School, a mixed 11-16 comprehensive school, serving a truly multi-cultural community, where every student is valued and treated as an individual.

Our aim is to get the best out of every student; because of this we put Learning and Teaching at the centre of our work. Our curriculum is broad and enables real extension and challenge of the most able and support and interventions for students who need it.

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