LATYMER UPPER SCHOOL
If you’re after a school that encourages academic curiosity and a real passion for life, this is it.THE GOOD SCHOOLS GUIDE 2016
Latymerians make a splash at ESSA
Fantastic results for Latymer’s junior girls at the ESSA (English Schools Swimming Association) national relay Championships! Congratulations go to our winning team for an outstanding performance. The girls won Gold for their freestyle relay and Silver in the medley - the first time Latymer has won a National Gold medal for this race!
Latymer hosts first ‘Future Skills’ debate on dynamics of 21 century workplace
Latymer success at Model United Nations Conference
As You Like It: Sixth Form Play
Situated on the banks of the Thames in West London, Latymer Upper School is one of the country's leading fully co-educational schools for children aged 11 - 18 years. It focuses on both the academic achievement and the personal development of each and every pupil into well-rounded and caring citizens.
Alongside a broad curriculum and dedicated teaching it offers first-class facilities and a plethora of sporting, musical and artistic opportunities beyond the classroom.
Girls and boys joining the school at 11+ from state primary and prep schools embark on an exciting academic programme designed to inspire their intellectual curiosity and achieve their full potential.
We focus on developing both depth and breadth of subject knowledge and understanding as well as learning techniques that will help ensure success at GCSE and A level. The vast majority of pupils then go on to their first choice University both in the UK and abroad.
There are two main points of entry to Latymer Upper School at 11+ and 16+ and our website aims to clearly explain the process and provide the key dates for your diary. Our Admissions Team are always happy to answer any questions.
Admission at 11+ is through our own competitive examination in English and Maths and pupils who do well will be invited to return for an interview. Admission to the Sixth Form at 16+ is through interview and is conditional on achieving specified grades at GCSE.