Living in Leytonstone doesn’t mean you can only apply to send your child to a school in Leytonstone. You should see the London Borough of Waltham Forest website for more information about schools and how the admissions process works:
Find a school
School map on Geocommons. The link takes you to a Geocommons map, click on a blue dot to see the school details and link to their Ofsted website entry.
Leytonstone primary schools
- Buxton All-through School Primary phase
- Davies Lane Primary School
- George Tomlinson Primary School
- Gwyn Jones Primary School
- Jenny Hammond School
- Mayville Primary Schools and Snowberry Children’s Centre
Leytonstone secondary schools
Secondary schools typically have much wider catchment areas than primary schools and so it is particularly important to consider other schools whose catchment areas also cover Leytonstone.
Sixth Form Colleges
Sixth form colleges provide full-time courses for students aged 16-19. At 16, students may also choose to study at an FE College, which does not have to be in their own borough.
- Leyton Sixth Form College, Essex Road, Leyton
- Sir George Monoux Sixth Form College, Chingford Road, Walthamstow
The following schools in Waltham Forest also have sixth forms:
- Chingford Foundation School
- Heathcote School and Science College
- Highams Park School
- The Holy Family Technology College
- Walthamstow Academy
Further education (FE)
Waltham Forest College
Adult and community education
- CLaSS is run by the London Borough of Waltham Forest and has a wide range of courses at centres all around the borough
- Waltham Forest College is the other major provider of courses for adults
- Waltham Forest Construction Skills centre is in Cathall Road, Leytonstone and runs courses by the National Construction College.
There are also a number of private education providers.
Hotcourses is a commerical listing which gives the most comprehensive information about courses for adults in and around London.
Education Help UK
If you want to know more about the education system and the most important organisations involved in education, see my other website: http://educationhelpuk.wordpress.com. This site has pages for schools, colleges and universities and gives quick links to government sites, the main trade unions, media, key events in the education calendar and much more and an overview of qualifications, key stages and the school year system. Whether you’re a parent, you work in education, you supply services to education or you come from abroad and want an overview of how education works, make this site your first stop.