From Monday 15th to Friday 19th October, 43 of our keen Geographers ventured to see the best of the Icelandic sights during half term, captivating students with gigantic glaciers, explosive geysers and … Read More +
Delving in the Archives produces all sorts of surprises and fascination. “The Leightonian” school magazine for December 1947, tells us that legendary Old Leightonian Sir David Lean returned to school … Read More +
Quaker Schools Week started bright and early on Monday 1st October with a Collect from the Sixth Form fundraising group, Amicus Dedicating their session to highlighting food poverty the speakers raised … Read More +
Reunions are always the highlight of the Alumni Office calendar, and record numbers arrived for the “8’s” Reunion. On Saturday 12th May, we welcomed 92 Old Leightonians back to Leighton Park … Read More +
‘Hello Young Man’ was the greeting when Lyn Wilson (S 1950) met George Bateson (R 1950). They hadn’t seen each other since 1950. 15 Old Leightonians attended the afternoon in a heatwave. Two thirds of … Read More +
Yesterday afternoon, Year 7, 8 and 9 were overcome with enthusiasm for everything Shakespeare, following an exclusive performance of Macbeth from touring company, Bart Lee Theatre.
Following the performance, students engaged in a animated discussion with the actors, covering the topics of perfecting the Scottish accent, learning the language of Shakespeare, choreographing combat scenes, and improvisation on stage, to name a few.
13 hours ago Yesterday, Year 7-9 experienced 'Candlelit Shakespeare' with an exclusive performance from @BartLeeTheatre. Complete with Q&A, student's gained a wealth of knowledge to inspire their studies. It was great to see OL @BenDearden93 return as Macbeth!