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Lissa Evans

Year 7 enjoyed a talk from Lissa Evans, author of Small Change for Stuart and Wed Wabbit. Lissa told the students how her ambitions to be an athlete or an artist were overtaken by her (more realistic) ambition to be an author. She said that she took inspiration from key incidents in her own life –...

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Another wonderful fund-raiser arranged by Latymer students this lunchtime.

Happy Halloween!

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On Monday night, 56 Year 11 students were awarded their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Awards. This was the highest completion rate ever, at 95%, so a big congratulations to all those students and parents involved in the scheme. Mr Rentell hopes that you all continue to explore the outdoors and keep those...

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The Big Draw

The Big Draw is the world’s largest drawing festival with the goal of promoting visual literacy and art education. This year’s theme is “PLAY” and wishes to explore the idea that everyone is a" child at heart" by letting go, exploring new things, embracing happy accidents, and of course drawing! At...

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The new Latymer School, re-established on Haselbury Road in 1910 from the foundation of a much older school on Edmonton’s Church Street, had been such a success that the new buildings quickly proved inadequate to house the number of pupils keen to join. The 1910 hall and classrooms (what we now know...

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