The Latymer School
Enfield, United Kingdom
About The Latymer School
The Latymer School is based in Enfield, London. It is a selective, voluntary aided, grammar school. The secondary school is a coeducational establishment that teaches children from the age of 11 and 18. At the moment, there are around 1,118 students on the roll. This includes the 455 pupils in sixth form. The school was founded in 1624.
Values and Vision
The Latymer School aims to encourage students to be confident, work hard and be ambitious. The hope is for the children to become life-learners and enjoy the time they have at the school. They will learn practical skills, not just academic ones. Not only should this help them grow as individuals but also help them become members of the local community. Teachers nurture the students with the aim that they will be tolerant and respectful of other people’s feelings, as well as their own.
“Latymer is an outstanding school that provides an excellent all-round education for all of its students. Consequently, they develop into mature, confident and likeable young adults. The students, their parents and the school's partners hold it in extremely high regard. Teachers are well qualified in their subjects and in the skills of imparting knowledge and developing a thirst for learning in their students. The school's own data show that the majority of teaching is good or outstanding. Students' personal development does not lag behind their academic success. Work as a specialist college is of a high quality.”
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