Named Bursaries

In recognition of the support from a number of key members and groups within the Latymer community, four bursaries have been created in their names.

Each of these bursaries supports our overarching bursary programme and our desire to offer free places to as many young people as possible.

You can donate to each of these bursaries directly using the buttons in the sections below.

Alan Rickman Bursary

When Alan Rickman (Class of 1964) tragically passed away, we created a bursary in his honour.

Hearing the sad news of his death, the Latymer community rallied round, considering how best to commemorate this wonderful Latymerian. It was decided that a bursary in his name is something that Alan would have approved of. We continue to receive gifts not just from the Latymer community, but from his thousands of fans around the world who were heartbroken by the loss.

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Robert Orme Bursary

Robert Orme encapsulates the Latymer spirit, instilling in his pupils an inquiring mind and an intellectual approach to his two specialist subjects – history and cricket.

In honour of his influence on the Latymer community, this bursary was founded in his name. The Robert Orme bursary helps to widen access to History of Art by providing a dedicated Sixth form bursary for a gifted student in the local area who wishes to study History of Art at A level. 

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David Goodhew Bursary

This 11+ bursary aims to mark the lasting impact that David Goodhew’s leadership has had on our school and our students. David left Latymer at the end of the 2022-23 academic year after a decade as our Head.

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