Please visit the page here for advise and emergency contacts within the borough for use during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Dear pupils, parents and carers,
From Monday, April 6th, our remote learning offer will be available on Google Classroom.
Students MUST join each class that they would normally have at school. The class codes to join, and a guide on how to do this are available in the document below. In most cases there is only 1 class per year group – therefore a Year 8 pupil should join all of the Year 8 classes. Students in Year 9, 10 and 11 should join only those subjects that they study for their GCSE options. There are also some extra classes – PSHE and Careers – which provide some further activities, guidance and pastoral support.
Google Classroom Codes – updated 13/05/2020
Please ensure you join all of the relevant classes in advance of Monday so that you will be able to access the learning set.
Should there be any problems with your school Google account, please email Mr Price – email@example.com
Dear Parent/Carers and students,
From Monday April 6th, our remote learning offer will be moving to Google Classrooms. Class codes, and information on how to join classes will be sent to you via MILK later this week. Please can make sure you school google account is working by signing in as soon as possible.
Username: same as log-in to computer with @leytonstoneschool.org at the end
Password: Monday19 or Thursday17 unless you’ve logged in already
PASS: Monday19 or Thursday17
Please note that we will not be using MILK after this point, and all communication will commence through Google Classroom. If you have problems logging in, please contact Mr Price – firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’d like to see how Google Classroom works, please watch this short tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awmgsegm710
Paper copies of assignments will still be available each week from the main school office.
Coming Up at Leytonstone School
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Ofsted: LEYTONSTONE SCHOOL OFFICIALLY GOOD!
We are delighted to announce that Leytonstone school is officially good. The school was inspected on 15th and 16th June 2016 and the inspectors found us good in all categories.
Effectiveness of leadership and management
Quality of teaching, learning and assessment
Personal development, behaviour and welfare
Outcomes for pupils
For more information on Leytonstone Schools Ofsted report please click here.
Pupil Parliament Welcome
Welcome to our school. We pride ourselves on being a school that is open to everyone.
Here at Leytonstone School our Pupil Parliament facilitates a safe space in which we encourage all students to voice how they feel. We are a school community that understands the importance of listening to everyone in our school and this is clearly stated in our values and ethos. As a result we are a school that creates an harmonious working environment where all students strive and succeed.
Please visit our student voice page for more information on the great work members of the pupil parliament have achieved.
Leytonstone School is committed to the safeguarding of children. For more information on reporting safeguarding concerns please visit:
Registered charity numbers 216401 and SC037717