Foundation Day By J. Blain, Latymer Laureate
When Edward Latymer
Founded our school,
He did so with one wish.
To ensure that he
Who endures succeeds,
And ultimately, wins.
Who knew that Edmonton
Would be our home? These buildings,
These roads, these people.
But now we are here
Anthony Horowitz – Foundation Day "It's not a book, it's a doorway."
We were thrilled to welcome best-selling author Anthony Horowitz to Latymer as our Foundation Day speaker on Friday 11 May. He is best known for his teenage spy thriller series, Alex Rider, and for his detective stories. In...
Well done to Frankie in year 8 for winning 1st place in the Mayor's Award for Writing 2018.
It is quite an achievement to describe and narrate the break-up of a friendship over a span of years in just one page - yet this is exactly what the writer has managed. There is a lovely...
Out-going Head Girl Molly Foster and Senior Pupil Alice Lindsey lay flowers on the graves of former headmasters Dolbe (pictured) and Ashworth in Edmonton Cemetery; a long-held Latymer tradition in the week of Foundation Day
Congratulations to Ethan Ross in 9 Lamb and his team of actors, whose short film re-imagining the ending of the classic French animated film 'Une Vie de Chat' has won joint first prize in the year 7 to 11 category of this prestigious competition. The judges commented: "The standard of entries was ex...