About the School
The Godolphin and Latymer School is an academically selective day school. It was first a boys’ boarding school, and was later established as a new independent day school for girls. They aim to provide access to quality teaching and learning, alongside a real emphasis on the personal development of each student. In the Sixth form, students can choose from the A-Level and IB programme to study in-depth in their interested subjects.Notable alumniKate Beckinsale, actress
Exam Results and University Destinations
In 2021, at GCSE, 70.8% of the grades were 9, 91.6% were 9-8, and 99.2% were 9-7. At A-Level, 64.2% of the grades were A*, 90.3% were A*-A, 96% were A*-B, and 97.8% were A*-C. At IB, the average points obtained was 43.
In 2021, 13 leavers successfully went on to Oxbridge, including 6 going on to Oxford and 7 going on to Cambridge.
Students are encouraged to pursue sporting passion and a lifelong love of sports, for example, they are timetabled to play both netball and hockey in the Autumn and Winter/Spring terms.
For music activities, there are over 700 instrumental lessons weekly, and a wide range of music groups including orchestras, choirs, jazz bands and rock groups.
The newly opened on-site sports centre includes a fabulous sports hall which is equipped and marked-out for cricket, football, fencing, badminton, basketball, netball, volleyball and hockey, and also a full-height climbing wall and professional sound system.