Latymer Upper School 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. Latymer Prep Latymer Foundation Search Search toggle search Main Menu About us Admissions Academic Co-curricular Wellbeing Latest News Join our team Alumni
Latymer Upper School is a co-educational public school in Hammersmith, London, England, between King Street and the River Thames. It derives from a charity school founded in 1624 by the English merchant Edward Latymer , which has existed continually since.
Latymer is a school that values all round performers, as well as high academic standards. Our admissions process is designed to discover not only intellectual potential but also the character, interests and personality of candidates.
At Latymer Upper School, we place particular emphasis on nurturing our teachers intellectually and professionally, supporting their own development as lifelong learners and educators. As a result, we attract talented and ambitious academic staff who make inspirational teachers and stimulating colleagues.
The school day at Latymer starts with lessons at 8.30am. An hour and 45-minute lunch break gives pupils plenty of time for a dedicated tutor time, extra-curricular clubs and sports. Co-curricular sports training, drama and music rehearsals run after the school day has finished at 4pm.
Latymer Upper School £7,510 per term Fee assistance – Latymer has a very generous bursary programme to ensure that bright pupils from all backgrounds can access the excellent education and facilities we provide. We offer means-tested bursaries of up to 100% discount on tuition fees.
Over the February half term, the Latymer Upper School Symphony Orchestra visited Hamburg and celebrated the 42nd anniversary of... Latymerians celebrate 42nd Anniversary of Orchestra Exchange with Hamburg 23 February 2023 Ski Trip 2023 58 pupils from Years 8, 9 and 10 travelled to the Italian resort of Sestriere over February half term...