Ofsted and results
The Latymer School provides pupils with high-quality education.
OFSTED rated the school as good overall in March 2022 with an outstanding Sixth Form and an outstanding personal development programme for students.
Extracts from the 2022 Ofsted report:
The Latymer School provides pupils with high-quality education. Pupils are supported to aim high and achieve well academically in most subjects. Leaders have high expectations of pupils’ learning and how pupils should conduct themselves. Pupils have a strong work ethic and show commitment to their learning.
Pupils feel safe, are well cared for and happy at school. Pupils of all ages get on well with each other. Leaders ensure that all pupils are treated equally. Pupils are polite and respectful. They behave well and want to learn.
Leaders have designed an ambitious curriculum for all pupils.
Pupils are positive about the school and enjoy their learning.
The provision for pupils’ personal development is a particular strength of the school. Staff prepare pupils well for their future and help them to understand their role in the wider world.
A LEVEL RESULTS
In 2022-23 our students achieved 28.3% of grades at A*, 61.7% at A*/A and 83% at A*/B.
The academic results achieved by our pupils are outlined as set out below:
Our retention rate for our current Year 13 cohort is 99.52%.
DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION - Statutory information
- Access the Government Get Information about the Latymer School.
- Access the Government Compare school performance service.
- Access the Government School's financial benchmarking service.
- Employees whose benefits exceeded £100,000 (benefits for this purpose include salary, other taxable benefits and termination payments, but not pension costs). Number of employees in 2022-23: £120k - £130k = 1