Welcome from the Principal

Miss S Brading

It gives me immense pleasure to welcome you to Langley Park Primary Academy. Opened in September 2016, Langley Park has grown in so many ways 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.

Given that the building is purpose built, we have excellent facilities that afford us the opportunity to offer an enhanced curriculum. We have a sensory room, DT room (including a kitchen), a multi use games area and forest school that are all available to be used as part of our pupils’ timetables.

In June 2019 Langley Park Primary Academy was recognised by Ofsted as a school with Outstanding Leadership & Management, Early Years and Personal Development, Welfare & Behaviour, with a ‘Good’ judgement overall.

With our strapline in mind; “learning today for life tomorrow”, we ensure that the children are at the very heart of all that we do and we will not settle for anything short of excellence. Regardless of a child’s need, context or beginnings, we are absolutely committed for each child to be the best version of themselves and this is done through establishing supportive partnerships with all stakeholders; staff, parents and governors where we are all on the same team; the child’s team.

We focus not only on the academic development of our children but also their personal development as well. Providing a nurturing environment, within which children feel safe and happy, is essential in supporting them to achieve their potential. We promote kindness, understanding and tolerance with the children through actions and words so that they can successfully navigate through their school life forging positive and healthy relationships. This, ultimately, will establish firm foundations on which they can build character and attributes to be successful in all of their future endeavours.

Miss S Brading