Evening Courses

Developed and run by former parents for former parents eight years ago, places on these evening courses are now also available to alumni, current parents and students in Upper Sixth. 

Courses are £180 to join (all profits go to our Bursaries Appeal).  If you would like to register for an online evening course, please contact Gay Search, parent of  alumni Dan (2004) and Nathan (2008). Courses fill up quickly and places are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.

 

 

                    Course Name

      Teacher

     Date

HOW TO LOSE A REFERENDUM
 
Paul Goldsmith, Head of Economics and Politics, will offer a course in the Autumn term based on his book written with Jason Farrell from Sky News, 'How To Lose A Referendum', which explores why and how Britain voted to leave the EU 
 
Sessions:

 
1) 1900-1955 - Absent at the creation
2) 1955-1970 - The failed applications
3) 1970-1979 - Joining Pains and 1st referendum 
4) 1979-1997 - Careless Thatcher and Major’s bastards
5) 1997- 2015- Polish Plumber and Room R
6) Nigel Farage - the Pied Piper of Brexit
7) Mad men - Vote Leave vs Stronger In
8) Michael and Boris and Jeremy and David - leadership matters
9) Why Leave won and other debates
10) What happened next - was Brexit done?
 
The course will run if sufficient people sign up.
 
If you are interested please contact Gay Laryea  - gay.search2@gmail.com 

 

Paul Goldsmith

Head of Economics and Politics

 Autumn Term

LIFE DRAWING CLASSES

Latymer’s life drawing classes take place in David Mumby’s studio here at Latymer Upper School.

If you would like to join this 10-week art course, with other budding artists from the Latymer community, contact gay.search2@gmail.com

David Mumby is always on hand to offer advice and support, creating an atmosphere of calmness and creativity!

Course Cost: £250 (per term – all abilities welcome)

 

David Mumby
Head of Art

 

HISTORY

The Russian Revolution 

More detail to follow soon!

Jonny White

Head of History 

         Postponed

    New date to be       announced soon

 

Image above: History of Art trip to Copenhagen with Robert Orme (Former Head of History of Art), 2019