Welcome to Langley Park Primary School
First opened in 1910, we have over 150 EYFS, KS1 & KS2 pupils with a further 50 children within our school-based nursery and remain an integral part of the community as much today as we did in 1910.
It is a huge privilege to be Headteacher at Langley Park Primary School and lead the superb team that supports and guides our children, ensuring they reach their full potential every day.
We pride ourselves on seeing each child individually and encouraging them to share, develop, and take pride in their many talents in or outside of the classroom.
We have high expectations of children both academically and socially and firmly believe that our children can achieve and excel in both. While we challenge and direct them, we support and encourage them in equal measures.
Our vast, well-developed outdoor space enables our children to enjoy an alternative to classroom-based learning, while our extensive library encourages a love for reading. A passion for sport and the arts, well balanced with the traditional teaching of maths, English, science, and selected topics, enables us to provide a curriculum that meets the needs of all of our pupils. With a deep-rooted history and a respect for our heritage and community, Langley Park Primary School is more than just a school.
Our self-contained nursery is an integral part of our school and enjoys the many facilities we have to offer. From the day your child joins us in our nursery setting, they will enjoy a careful blend of learning and child-led play. In ensuring they are Reception ready both socially and in line with age-related expectations, we can fully support your little one's smooth transition into the next phase of their learning.
At Langley Park Primary School, we appreciate fully the importance of establishing close family links and endeavour to ensure that immediate and extended families are an integral part of school life.
Our aim is always to work together to have safe, happy learners, and both the team and I look forward to you and your family becoming part of this.
Mr. Walton (Headteacher)