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The Latymer Community, along with the whole nation, is deeply saddened by the death of HM Queen Elizabeth II and sends its sincere condolences to the Royal Family.

Whilst the moment of her passing is an unhappy one, it is important to celebrate her life, her long reign and also remember the many personal traits she embodied and regularly modelled
in her meetings with people from diverse backgrounds and faiths. Tolerance, respect, kindness, inclusivity, humility and hard work are just a few of those qualities we respected her for, and on which our day-to-day at Latymer is based. As a community, we will
continue to hold these qualities dear and in so doing, remember and honour our late Queen.



©PRESS ASSOCIATION / Danny Lawson
A few snaps from the Year 11 Prom last Thursday. Good luck to all starting their exams next week!
Big Book Sale!

Come and visit us in the library today and tomorrow
As part of their year 9 Design & Technology Electronics lessons, Kaye and Wudi have built and coded a multicolour flashing LED circuit. It runs using an Arduino Uno board, and is coded using the Arduino IDE (Integrated Development Environment)
Well done to the 80 members of Senior Choir, who were joined by some former Latymer students, for our annual trip to sing carols under the Christmas tree in Trafalgar Square, raising money for the charity Crisis.
What a festive few days we’ve had. A massive Well Done for organising and another massive Thank You to our spectacular catering team for cooking up this feast!
This , give Latymer students the wonderful gift of knowledge! Please support our Library appeal - any donation will have a direct and practical impact on current and future students. To donate or learn more about the appeal, go to www.totalgiving.co.uk/appeal/latymer2021
This , give Latymer students the wonderful gift of knowledge! Please support our Library appeal - any donation, small or large, will have a direct and practical impact on current and future students.
Together we can keep the Library and Learning Resource Centre at the heart of students' life and education. To donate or learn more about the appeal, go to https://www.totalgiving.co.uk/appeal/latymer2021
Our Senior Drama production this November is the wonderful musical “Hello Dolly”.

Hello, Dolly! is a 1964 musical with lyrics and music by Jerry Herman and based on a book by Michael Stewart. olly Levi is a meddlesome socialite turned matchmaker who, whilst grieving for her late husband phram, travels to Yonkers, New York to find a match for the miserly ‘half-a-millionaire’ Horace Vandergelder. She soon, however, develops her own agenda as she realises the next match, she needs to make is for herself. This classic story is accompanied by a rousing score, featuring iconic songs such as “Put on Your Sunday Clothes”, “Before the Parade Passes By” and – of course – “Hello, Dolly!”

We hope that many of you will want to join us for our production, which showcases some of our most talented performers from Years 10 to 13.

Click here to purchase your tickets www.ticketsource.co.uk/latymer
This half term in Design and Technology three Year 7 groups have been learning about electrical engineering as part of our carousel of learning. They have learnt key principles and skills such as reading resistor colour codes, using a breadboard to prototype circuits and using complex components such as transistors. In this video Honor (7 Latymer) is demonstrating LEDs placed in series with a parallel branch controlled by a push-to-make button.
Alex Holbrook (year 13) has created a drawing machine as part of Design and Technology Enrichment. He has combined 3D printing, robotics, electronics and coding to produce a fantastic piece of work that was incredibly challenging to make. The machine can draw any picture that uses the .svg format. The video shown here took 3 hours to film!
Ihsaan Hussain in year 11 has been awarded a commendation for this amazing wind turbine, created as part of his GCSE Design and Technology work. It has been laser-cut using plywood and clear polypropylene.

Today we held the societies fair in the Great Hall. It’s wonderful to see so many clubs, societies and students coming together.

You can still start your club or society please let us know if you’d a copy of the form (latymer students only)

We are very proud of our Year 11 students who have achieved stellar GCSE results. This has been a very difficult two years for each and every one of them as they have worked very hard to overcome the pressure of two lockdowns. 40% of grades were at level 9 and 70% grade 9 or 8 – an absolutely phenomenal achievement. We look forward to welcoming them to the sixth form and seeing them grow and develop further.

There are, of course, a small number of students leaving Latymer and we wish them every success in their new venture.
Congratulations to our departing Year 13 students who have achieved superbly in their A Level results. We would like to say well done to all of our sixth form students and we are really pleased that the vast majority have now secured places at the universities of their choice. Looking at the subjects they will study, they range from animation to veterinary medicine! This year we have 18 students going on to Oxford and Cambridge, 18 to UCL, 9 to Durham with 23 students going on to study medicine. I would also like to thank staff and parents for the tremendous support shown to this year group.



We should not underestimate the achievements of this year group who have withstood enormous pressure having missed so much time in the sixth form. We really hope that their years at university will bring them the rewards they so deserve having missed out on the “extras” that Latymer offers. Nevertheless, I would like to acknowledge the tremendous work this year group did on themes such as Black Lives Matter, equality and also the way in which they kept clubs and societies running over lockdown and finally the phenomenal work of the Charities Committee in raising social awareness amongst our students as well as financial support for a wide range of charitable organisations.
We were delighted to receive this lovely letter from Paws 2 Rescue, the house charity for Dolbe House this year. We were able to donate £500 to the charity this year, mostly raised through last year's Dolbe-Keats bazaar (which took place before lockdown in March) which will go towards helping them save a dog from the public shelters (they have named the dog Dolbe), purchasing food for the stray dogs to help them survive and will go towards their neutering campaign in the rural areas of Romania which will help to control the population of stray dogs.

Thank you so much to all pupils who took part - whether it was organising the event, running a stall, performing or just donating money to this cause.

The Latymer School is a selective, mixed grammar school in Edmonton, London, England, established in

Operating as usual

06/10/2023

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17/07/2023

The DT Department invites you to the Seward Studio on Wednesday, 19th July between 4:30 - 6:30pm to come and see a selection of 3D work from students in Years 7 - 13, including robotics, engineering, textiles, furniture and electronics. Ihsaan's dancing robot will be performing throughout the show! Refreshments will be provided.

Photos from The Latymer School's post 18/01/2023

Today our Year 12 students who plan to study medicine, or a medical related degree, were taken off timetable to participate in a training session on first aid. We were lucky enough to have an ex-Latymerian Myurri Lohesan come to deliver the session to the students with her colleague Keagan Witts, both St John Ambulance volunteers as well as medical students. The day was a great success where essential life skills were taught! It was a great day enjoyed by all and we look forward to repeating it for the Year 9’s in a couple of weeks with the support of the newly trained Year 12’s.

04/11/2022

Andrew Granath Memorial, 1st December - 6.30pm at the Latymer School. Andrew taught history and politics at Latymer for almost 30 years and inspired a generation of Latymerians until he retired as Head of Department in 2016.

His family has arranged an informal memorial event at Latymer on the evening of 1st December 2022 and would like to invite all those who knew Andrew as a teacher, colleague, or friend, to join them and to share memories of him. There will be tea, coffee, light refreshments and hopefully some music.

Please RSVP to [email protected] as soon as possible.

31/10/2022
09/09/2022

The Latymer Community, along with the whole nation, is deeply saddened by the death of HM Queen Elizabeth II and sends its sincere condolences to the Royal Family.

Whilst the moment of her passing is an unhappy one, it is important to celebrate her life, her long reign and also remember the many personal traits she embodied and regularly modelled
in her meetings with people from diverse backgrounds and faiths. Tolerance, respect, kindness, inclusivity, humility and hard work are just a few of those qualities we respected her for, and on which our day-to-day at Latymer is based. As a community, we will
continue to hold these qualities dear and in so doing, remember and honour our late Queen.



©PRESS ASSOCIATION / Danny Lawson

Photos from The Latymer School's post 14/05/2022

A few snaps from the Year 11 Prom last Thursday. Good luck to all starting their exams next week!

10/05/2022

Big Book Sale!

Come and visit us in the library today and tomorrow

17/03/2022

As part of their year 9 Design & Technology Electronics lessons, Kaye and Wudi have built and coded a multicolour flashing LED circuit. It runs using an Arduino Uno board, and is coded using the Arduino IDE (Integrated Development Environment)

14/12/2021

Well done to the 80 members of Senior Choir, who were joined by some former Latymer students, for our annual trip to sing carols under the Christmas tree in Trafalgar Square, raising money for the charity Crisis.

Photos from The Latymer School's post 13/12/2021

What a festive few days we’ve had. A massive Well Done for organising and another massive Thank You to our spectacular catering team for cooking up this feast!

30/11/2021

This , give Latymer students the wonderful gift of knowledge! Please support our Library appeal - any donation will have a direct and practical impact on current and future students. To donate or learn more about the appeal, go to www.totalgiving.co.uk/appeal/latymer2021

30/11/2021

This , give Latymer students the wonderful gift of knowledge! Please support our Library appeal - any donation, small or large, will have a direct and practical impact on current and future students.
Together we can keep the Library and Learning Resource Centre at the heart of students' life and education. To donate or learn more about the appeal, go to https://www.totalgiving.co.uk/appeal/latymer2021

16/11/2021

Our Senior Drama production this November is the wonderful musical “Hello Dolly”.

Hello, Dolly! is a 1964 musical with lyrics and music by Jerry Herman and based on a book by Michael Stewart. olly Levi is a meddlesome socialite turned matchmaker who, whilst grieving for her late husband phram, travels to Yonkers, New York to find a match for the miserly ‘half-a-millionaire’ Horace Vandergelder. She soon, however, develops her own agenda as she realises the next match, she needs to make is for herself. This classic story is accompanied by a rousing score, featuring iconic songs such as “Put on Your Sunday Clothes”, “Before the Parade Passes By” and – of course – “Hello, Dolly!”

We hope that many of you will want to join us for our production, which showcases some of our most talented performers from Years 10 to 13.

Click here to purchase your tickets www.ticketsource.co.uk/latymer

22/10/2021

This half term in Design and Technology three Year 7 groups have been learning about electrical engineering as part of our carousel of learning. They have learnt key principles and skills such as reading resistor colour codes, using a breadboard to prototype circuits and using complex components such as transistors. In this video Honor (7 Latymer) is demonstrating LEDs placed in series with a parallel branch controlled by a push-to-make button.

15/10/2021

Alex Holbrook (year 13) has created a drawing machine as part of Design and Technology Enrichment. He has combined 3D printing, robotics, electronics and coding to produce a fantastic piece of work that was incredibly challenging to make. The machine can draw any picture that uses the .svg format. The video shown here took 3 hours to film!

08/10/2021

Ihsaan Hussain in year 11 has been awarded a commendation for this amazing wind turbine, created as part of his GCSE Design and Technology work. It has been laser-cut using plywood and clear polypropylene.

Photos from The Latymer School's post 24/09/2021

Today we held the societies fair in the Great Hall. It’s wonderful to see so many clubs, societies and students coming together.

You can still start your club or society please let us know if you’d a copy of the form (latymer students only)

12/08/2021

We are very proud of our Year 11 students who have achieved stellar GCSE results. This has been a very difficult two years for each and every one of them as they have worked very hard to overcome the pressure of two lockdowns. 40% of grades were at level 9 and 70% grade 9 or 8 – an absolutely phenomenal achievement. We look forward to welcoming them to the sixth form and seeing them grow and develop further.

There are, of course, a small number of students leaving Latymer and we wish them every success in their new venture.

11/08/2021

Congratulations to our departing Year 13 students who have achieved superbly in their A Level results. We would like to say well done to all of our sixth form students and we are really pleased that the vast majority have now secured places at the universities of their choice. Looking at the subjects they will study, they range from animation to veterinary medicine! This year we have 18 students going on to Oxford and Cambridge, 18 to UCL, 9 to Durham with 23 students going on to study medicine. I would also like to thank staff and parents for the tremendous support shown to this year group.



We should not underestimate the achievements of this year group who have withstood enormous pressure having missed so much time in the sixth form. We really hope that their years at university will bring them the rewards they so deserve having missed out on the “extras” that Latymer offers. Nevertheless, I would like to acknowledge the tremendous work this year group did on themes such as Black Lives Matter, equality and also the way in which they kept clubs and societies running over lockdown and finally the phenomenal work of the Charities Committee in raising social awareness amongst our students as well as financial support for a wide range of charitable organisations.

22/07/2021

We were delighted to receive this lovely letter from Paws 2 Rescue, the house charity for Dolbe House this year. We were able to donate £500 to the charity this year, mostly raised through last year's Dolbe-Keats bazaar (which took place before lockdown in March) which will go towards helping them save a dog from the public shelters (they have named the dog Dolbe), purchasing food for the stray dogs to help them survive and will go towards their neutering campaign in the rural areas of Romania which will help to control the population of stray dogs.

Thank you so much to all pupils who took part - whether it was organising the event, running a stall, performing or just donating money to this cause.

Thank You Everyone! | The Latymer School 30/06/2021

We won a £1,000 award! Thank you so much to everyone who took the time to nominate us - we could not have been one of the 500 winners without the support of parents, staff and friends of the School. Our success is a true testament to the wonderful spirit of the Latymer community!

Thank you
Ecclesiastical Insurance Group from your very kind donation.

Read more at https://www.latymer.co.uk/news/30062021-thank-you

Thank You Everyone! | The Latymer School The Latymer School

Photos from The Latymer School's post 25/06/2021

This week Year 7 Food Preparation and Nutrition students have enjoyed learning how to cook and prepare food safely in the kitchen while making delicious pizzas!

27/05/2021

Please help us win £1,000! We need as many nominations as possible by Sunday 13 June – and it takes a minute to vote.
To nominate us, go to https://www.movementforgood.com/index.php?cn=325078&ct=education_and_skills and scroll down to the ‘Nominate a charity’ section.
The charity number, name and type should automatically populate with ‘325078 - The Latymer Foundation at Edmonton’ and ‘Education and Skills’ (if not, type 325078 in the search box).
You don’t need to sign up to updates to submit your vote.
The money will go to the Foundation’s Standards Fund, which helps the Latymer school maintain the very best educational standards.
The more nominations we get, the better our chances! So please get friends and family to vote too.

12/05/2021

This week is . The Mental Health Foundation is encouraging people to , talk about their mental health & reduce the stigma that stops people from asking for help.
Very fitting with the sunflower seeds we distributed to all our students and staff last week on Foundation Day!

06/05/2021

Happy Foundation Day!
To mark our special day, our assembly today was under the theme “Stronger Through Adversity”. We learnt more about our founder Edward Latymer, his legacy and the impact of the Latymer Foundation. Our students found striking parallels between the only two occasions that the school has been closed in the last century (during World War II and the Covid pandemic).
This assembly was also an opportunity to reflect on the foundations of our school, in terms of strength, resilience and community spirit.
Our motto Qui patitur vincit (who endeavour wins) is more relevant now than ever!
Watch the assembly at http://www.latymer.co.uk/news/06052021-foundation-day

28/01/2021

Calling for contributors to help us mark the upcoming International Day of Women and Girls in Science! The Latymer School is putting some content together to inspire our female students and celebrate the work of our alumni. Sadly, there are still too few female students considering a future in STEM-related professions. We are therefore looking for female alumni contributors to write a short post about their passion for Science, their job and their aspirations. We'd love to hear from a wide range of alumni, regardless of your level of experience or field!
If you’d like to take part and inspire current Latymer students to follow in your scientific footsteps, please email Beatrice at [email protected] by Thursday 4th February.

02/01/2021

Latymer School is looking for volunteers to help with the mass lateral flow testing it has been asked to do. If you would like to volunteer and in particular have experience with lab work, we would love to hear from you and would be grateful for your support. Please contact us if you are able to help explaining your area of expertise.

17/12/2020

We hope everyone has a well deserved restful break. Thank you to all staff, students and parents for their help to keep the school going at this strange time. We look forward to seeing you in the New Year! .

Photos from The Latymer School's post 16/12/2020

The show still goes on! Get in touch to find out how to get a ticket for the stream

Photos from The Latymer School's post 14/12/2020

This week 8Keats have been putting together shoeboxes of essentials and treats for the homeless in support of The Little Things Charity.

02/12/2020

At this festive time, we would like to decorate some of the student dining areas in the school and wondered if anyone has a spare tree they would like to donate to the school.

If you do have anything, we could use please get in touch.

We are looking for 2 trees to brighten up the dining hall and the 6th form common room.

Latymer Parents & Friends will be putting up their tree in the small hall this year for everyone to enjoy.

17/11/2020

Nico (11 Wyatt) testing his wireless bicycle indicators for his GCSE Design & Technology coursework. Nico has designed and coded this system from scratch; a phenomenal achievement for a year 11 student

12/11/2020

As part of their lighting project for Design and Technology, year 9 students have produced these fantastic laser-cut card models to test their ideas

09/11/2020

The Latymer Foundation is looking for a new Trustee to join its Board. We are particularly looking for someone with extensive experience in property matters. You must be able to attend six or more evening meetings during the academic year.
For full details, go tohttp://www.latymer.co.uk/user/pages/04.the-latymer-foundation/02.the-latymer-foundation/Trustee-Vacancies.pdf

03/11/2020

Huge (if slightly belated) congratulations to former student Miriam-Teak Lee (Latymer Sixth Form from 2011-2013) who won the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Musical at the ceremony last week for her role in "& Juliet".
Latymer was also represented in the Best Family Show category with a nomination for "Oi Frog & Friends", co-written by Luke Bateman (at Latymer 1990-97).

21/10/2020

In the 2nd round of the Chess Tournament, held on Friday the 9th of October, Latymer ranked 1st. It was an excellent team performance, both parents and children are delighted. ♟

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