We offer a range of collaborative projects which are detailed below.
We aim to create a genuine partnership built on sustainable, collaborative projects where schools and other institutions work together, sharing resources and expertise, to address educational needs and to enrich learning for everyone.
You are warmly invited to WLP’s Battle of the Bands where 11 bands from the 11 partner schools are set to compete for the grand prize of being crowned CHAMPIONS!
The Start it Summer Entrepreneurship Course is a great way to kick-off your summer and add to you CV, with 250+ students attending from over seven West London Partnership schools. This year’s judging panel features Dame Cilla Snowball, Francesca Warner, Jessie Frahm, and Paul Traynor, and they will be expecting the very best in student business ideas and Dragons’ Den-style presentations. Those interested in applying will be able to do so up until the extended deadline of the 17th June, so make sure you register soon with your teacher to avoid missing out!
We would like to invite all teachers in the West London Partnership to join our sustainability in the curriculum twilight INSET.
Monday January 24th – Professor Susie Speller (professor of materials science at Oxford) talk at 4:15pm, entitled “Making a sun in a freezer” on superconductors for fusion energy plants.
Monday January 31st – Professor Jerome Gauntlett from Imperial College speaking on “black holes and string theory” 12:30pm.
These talks are suitable for students studying or interested in physics in years 9-13.
A series of talks with scientists from November 2021 to March 2022
Ask the Expert free talks are available from Latymer Foundation for anyone interested in following a career in charities, digital, education, entrepreneurship and management consultancy.
Start it, the West London Schools’ Entrepreneurship Programme, was founded to provide teaching, mentoring and meaningful opportunities for young people to become the next generation of entrepreneurs.
Enjoy a free series of ‘Virtually Speaking’ online talks provided by the Latymer Foundation on topics as wide-ranging as art, poetry, French, sport, literature, music and politics.
The Model United Nations conference will be held at St Paul’s School from Friday 14 – Sunday 16 January 2022. It is aimed at students from Years 10 to 13 and follows the format of a United Nations assembly.