Summer Activities

26 June 2017

Please see attached the following documents which may be useful for families:

  • Summer Activities programme 2017
  • Children Centre Timetables (Role Play document)
  • Parenting Programme timetable

Summer Holiday Activity Booklet_web

Walthamstow & Chingford timetable spring 2017

SUMMER TERM parenting

Leyton & Leytonstone timetable spring 2017

Early Help Partnership Newsletter Summer 2017 FINAL


Year 11 Study Leave

13 June 2017

Y11 study leave: Please note that Year 11 will commence study leave after their Maths exam today 13th June 2017. Year 11 students will only be required to come in to school for exams and scheduled revision sessions.


End of Year Mocks

30 May 2017

Timetables for the upcoming mock exams for years 7-10 are below

Year 10 Summer Mocks 2017

Year 9 Summer Mocks 2017

Year 8 Summer Mocks 2017

Year 7 Summer Mocks 2017

Staying Safe Online

22 May 2017

Staying safe online is always a challenge and can be a difficult one to tackle as a parent or a student. NSPCC has a guide to online bullying that may be useful for you as a parent or your children to read.


More information on safeguarding your child or yourself online is available on our Safeguarding page.

Year 7 Parents Evening

19 April 2017

On Wednesday 03rd May 2017, Leytonstone School is hosting year 7 parents’ evening from 4:00pm – 7:00pm. This evening is a fantastic opportunity to meet with your child’s class teachers and gain a deeper understanding of how they are progressing in school.

You can book appointments with your child’s teacher via our Parents Evening booking system available at

Support on how to book can be found here:

It is also a chance to find out what lies ahead for your child in Year 8 and to understand how we as a school will be supporting your child as well as finding out how you can support your child, academically and at home. It is essential that you attend. If you are unable to attend, please let us know so that we can schedule a daytime meeting with you.

School reports will be given out during parents’ evening. If you are unable to attend parents evening your child’s report will be posted out.

Easter Break Arrangements 2017

29 March 2017

As we approach the end of term, I would like to clarify arrangements for the end of term and start of the summer term.

School will end at 1.20pm on Friday 31st March. Those students who would like a school lunch are welcome to collect a packed lunch from the restaurant.

This will be a non-uniform day for Year 11 as they raise money for the school prom.

School will restart on Tuesday 18th April. A reminder that Monday 17th April is a bank holiday.

May I take this opportunity to wish you a restful Easter break.

Letter to Parents: Easter break

Year 8 Options Day

03 March 2017

Year 8 Options day will be held on 9th March 2017. You will have been asked to pick a time slot to come in with your Y8 child to pick their GCSE options. It is important that both you and your child attend.


During this day Y8 students are not expected in school apart from their appointment time

Links to Maths Practice Papers

03 March 2017

Right click on links and save link as to down load them to your computer….


February Half Term Revision/Intervention Y11

10 February 2017

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Safer Internet Week

10 February 2017

Dear Parent

As part of our ongoing commitment to safeguarding students, both in school and out, Leytonstone School are marking safer internet week from Monday 20th February to Friday 25th February.

During this week, we will be talking to students about ways to keep safe on line, in particular issues around sharing photos and video and posting “selfies” on line.

You will be aware that we have a range of information on our website,, regarding E-safety and on line bullying which parents can use should they have any concerns regarding on line issues. In particular how to manage on line communication through Facebook, Twitter and Snap Chat (Snap Chat is very popular with young people at the moment).

Additionally further help can be found on the safer internet centre website,

As we move into half term and students have more time to spend on line, I’d like to remind parents where to find information and encourage you to discuss how to stay safe on line in preparation for the work we will be doing with students, in school, after half term to help keep our young people safe online.

Have a safe and happy half term.


Daniel Lockwood

Deputy Headteacher.

Safer Internet Day 2017 – fact sheet