" The teachers have been really supportive and pushed me to achieve my best". - Zamzam Moallim, Former Year 13 student studying Radiography at London Southbank University
" The amount of support from teachers was outstanding". - Emmanuella Torre, Former Year 13 student, achieved double distinction in Performing Arts.
" LaSWAP offered me plenty of opportunities to succeed". - Darya Moradizadeh Former Year 13 student, studying Psychology and Clinical Cognitive Neuroscience at Royal Holloway, University of London.
Welcome to LaSWAP
LaSWAP is the oldest, largest and most vibrant sixth form consortium in London. If you decide to join us you will excel academically, develop resilience and understanding of the world around you.
You will emerge as lifelong learners who are active citizens of the diverse communities in which you live, learn and work. Joining LaSWAP is your first step towards an exciting future. Find out more by watching the video and exploring our website. Enjoy.
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