We actively encourage our students to undertake leadership roles and aim to adopt the Lundy model of participation in which students are given the space, voice, influence and audience in order to make The Latimer Arts College the very best place to unlock potential and inspire excellence.
Students can be representatives on our Sixth Form Student Leadership Team, our LGBTQ+ Student Leadership Team, our Student Council, become Language Leaders, Sports Legacy Leaders and House Captains.
At Latimer Arts College we encourage students to express their views about what happens at school and to work together with staff to make positive changes to improve their school experience.
One-way students can do this is by becoming a Student Councillor and having the opportunity to represent the views of their fellow students.
Each tutor group has one student council representative that facilitates a termly meeting during personal development time. These comments are fed back to the four elected student council house representatives who meet termly with the Senior Leadership Team to make a real change in the college. In their role, our Student Councillors gain excellent skills in confidence and co-operation.
We also encourage our students to make their voices heard so that we can continue to improve the College. One way in which they can do this is by forwarding their thoughts and ideas using the following email: firstname.lastname@example.org