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Headteacher's Welcome

LA MuseumOur students will tell you that
The Langley Academy is a safe, exciting and supportive place
to learn and grow. I am very
proud to be Headteacher of such
a warm and cohesive staff that supports and promotes the achievement and wellbeing of all
who attend.


At the Academy, we believe that students come to school to learn and achieve in order to live full and enriched lives. We want to empower our students to contribute positively to their family, the community and the wider world. The staff, governors and trustees work hard together, along with parents and carers, to ensure that each of our students takes advantage of every opportunity to be the best that they can be and leave with a set of results that make them feel proud. Your visit to our website will provide you with many examples of how we do this.

We place a strong emphasis on developing students’ confidence through rich and stimulating learning experiences, in and beyond the classroom, so that they develop their academic and personal interests. Teachers and support staff seek to meet the needs of all within a rich curriculum, underpinned by our strapline of Curiosity, Exploration and Discovery. In return, we expect all students to be fully prepared, active participants in their learning and positive role models for others. An agreed and established set of ground rules based on respect allows everyone to get the best from lessons, activities and unstructured time.

The Arbib Education Trust motto describes The Academy’s commitment to strong relationships and wide-ranging learning opportunities that prepare our students for lifelong learning and success. If you would like to learn more about The Arbib Education Trust's Vision please click here.

‘One community. Many ideas. Everyone’s future.’

I hope that you find our website informative but please do come and visit the Academy and really appreciate what we offer.

Mrs A. Lusuardi
Headteacher

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- Jan 27
🔬 Year 8 students looked at leaves under the microscope to see real life stomata! https://t.co/Nd8ilfS3jZ
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- Jan 27
Students learnt about different jobs in the and the different routes in during our latest Scholars Club Talk, thanks to Ruben sharing his 20 years experience in the service! https://t.co/OuYxHOhmpE
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- Jan 27
Our Yr8 chemists used the reactivity series to predict displacement reactions and then tested their predictions 🧑‍🔬#learnbydoing https://t.co/ZESwn3LrMF
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- Jan 27
🏓Well done to our Year 8 & 9 table tennis squad who played in their first competition today. Special mention to Kyron who was undefeated! 👏👏👏 https://t.co/CPf8c5u01P
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- Jan 26
Following our Victorian Museum Learning session, our Year 3s experienced what it would be like to be in a Victorian Classroom – singing, writing, history and Maths. They even found out what would happen if Victorian children got into trouble! https://t.co/bVDIJQ2Sw2
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- Jan 26
Yr 10 thank Adam Strudwick of and for an interesting talk on his work with global companies, and the importance of sustainability and diversity in future careers in and https://t.co/ogWJpUKJND
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- Jan 25
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- Jan 23
Thanks to Matt Oldfield and , authors of phenomenally successful football books, for sharing their creative writing tips with our students https://t.co/YQJs2OlhGl
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- Jan 23
Our GCSE students investigating the effects of acid rain on the growth of plants 🌱 https://t.co/Cm02yVnYk5
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- Jan 23
Year 7 students experimented with different fuels and compared the energy output by heating water 💦 https://t.co/fiLfrAfwkW
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- Jan 23
Year 8 students looking at how different metals react with hydrochloric acid and testing for the presence of hydrogen 🧑‍🔬 https://t.co/He46Rg7TDy https://t.co/0Vn9FdSCT4
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One of our students not only had the privilege of meeting Prince William today, but also cooking alongside him during his visit to the Together as One, Charity headquarters in Slough 🙌🏽 https://t.co/jRh5vKtTJ0
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- Jan 17
Year 8 students exploring careers in the new Technicians gallery https://t.co/g50tml601d
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- Jan 17
Year 9 Basketball students were shooting into 2 different baskets while defending two to create more chances to score using a lay up 🏀 https://t.co/4iMqjYPXLi
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- Jan 17
Year 12 Biologists getting stuck in completing a dissection on a fish to investigate gill structure 🐟 https://t.co/0R0kySOQMy
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- Jan 17
Our A-level Chemistry students completed one of their required practicals this week using specialist techniques 🧑‍🔬 https://t.co/VfONzd1o2u
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- Jan 17
Year 7 students being taught how to use our gym safely and promote life-long fitness 💪 https://t.co/GkReHvoDYs
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- Jan 12
Year 11 Urban Field trip to Canary Wharf! Our students compared the environmental quality and economic use of different sites around Canary Wharf to historical records and saw the area's journey from docklands to where it is now. https://t.co/oL3A5Lx7km
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