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Local poet Anthony Anaxagorou has achieved international acclaim as a thinker, writer and activist. His poems have gone viral on social media, and he set up the publishing company, Out-spoken Press. He talked to whole school assembly about finding his voice as a poet, and about how poetry can refl...

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Walk a part of your journey to/from school where you would normally take public transport.

Why? - Cycling and walking are viable alternatives to the use of private cars or public transport, and are completely emission free forms of getting from 'A' to 'B'. They are, in fact, as yet the only readi...

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Latymer was proud to host the unveiling of a plaque for a Alex Haslehurst (nee Batishcheva), a Latymerian (2002 – 2009) who recently won a prestigious prize from InnovateUK, a government funding body investing in R&D, for her start-up Vitrue Health www.VitrueHealth.com To celebrate the award Inno...

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On Wednesday evening four A Level French students (Sam Beugre, Megan Fagan, Talia Andrea and Kenneth Boulton) performed extracts from the play La Verité by Florian Zeller as part of the French Drama Festival hosted annually by King Alfred School. Their performance was a serious crowd pleaser, raisi...

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How do the books that we read shape us? Why is it "World" Book Day, not just Book Day? In a special Year 7 Assembly, staff and book club members shared their favourite books with the Year group. Mr Rentell, Head of Year, talked about Prisoners of Geography by Tim Marshall, and Ms Stevens (Deputy H...

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