Service in the community

Pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is outstanding. INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS INSPECTORATE, 2011

Working within our community

As part of the Sixth Form curriculum all Lower Sixth pupils participate in voluntary service, working in the community for a minimum of 10 weeks. Service in the Community involves pupils working with local charitable organisations and actively engaging in community projects in their spare time. The School has strong relationships with local primary schools where Latymer Upper School pupils run sessions in Latin and Art, as well as assisting in the classroom and at after school clubs. Pupils also regularly visit residents in a local home for the elderly, where they organise tea parties and weekly music performances. Some work with homeless families at the Shepherd's Bush Families Project and others work with The London Sports Trust to provide outreach coaching sessions. They are also actively involved with The Rugby Portobello Trust, helping weekly at the homework club.

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