Hot Weather

Whilst we are very pleased to finally have some sunshine, could we please ask that children come to school fully prepared. Suncream should be applied before school and then a named bottle can be brought into school for the children to re-apply during the day. Water bottles can be topped up during the day and named hats should also be in school. We spend a considerable amount of time outside for learning, break time and PE and so children need to be prepared. Thank you.

Welcome to Langley Park Primary Academy

Langley Park Primary Academy opened in September 2016 and is the hub of this new community. We believe in – and celebrate – achievement and success in all areas of the curriculum. We want our children to learn within a culture of curiosity, enjoyment and positive approaches to new experiences and skills to enable them to become successful learners. Through enrichment opportunities we aim to explore the creative arts and PE as often as possible in the academy day – building on existing strengths as well as helping children develop new skills.

From September 2017 we will have Nursery, Reception (60 places), Year 1 (60 places), Year 2 (30 places) and Year 3 (30 places). If you are interested in finding if we have spaces please contact the school office. We are always proud to show visitors and guests around our new academy; both children and staff convey the true ethos of learning at Langley Park so come and see for yourselves what we can offer you and your family, we look forward to welcoming you.

Excellence through learning, learning through excellence.


We have our own farmer! April 2018

Langley Park has joined forces with Farming and Countryside Education for a project called FaceTime a Farmer #Farming Friday. The project aims to inspire young students as research from a recent survey by Times Education Supplement and charity Education & Employers shows that 7% of primary school children were interested in becoming vets! Reception have been meeting our farmer Ryan, from the Royal Veterinary College  who is working on the farm as part of his course. They have been able to ask him questions, find out about the farm and all about the animals he looks after.  Ryan has been showing the children around the farm via Skype and introducing the children to lots of new words. They’ve kept him busy and running all over the place to show them different areas. We’ll video one of the weekly sessions and share this soon. What lucky children to have their own farmer and thank you to Ryan for being so enthusiastic and working with us. Keep watching this space for more information…


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