LangleyAcademy007

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.

‘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

Latest Tweets

@LangleyAcademy Retweeted
TLA Careers
- Oct 7
@LangleyAcademy - Oct 7
Spits, Studland and Shell Bay beaches! Our Year 13 Geographers were lucky to go to Bournemouth to do their coastal fieldwork. They remained positive and determined despite unpredictable weather and were a credit to our school. https://t.co/dbjdIeL3MZ
@LangleyAcademy Retweeted
LangleyAcademyPE
- Oct 7
Some Tapu Ae in the sun ☀️ Year 7 trying sports from all around the world, using transferable skills from more familiar sports such as Netball and Basketball https://t.co/Frnldo57a6
@LangleyAcademy Retweeted
LangleyAcademyPE
- Oct 7
Year 11 footballers lost 3-1 against St Joseph’s this afternoon. A good chance to practice as a team and take forward some areas to improve on https://t.co/Z9yXnDsB8Z
@LangleyAcademy Retweeted
TheLangleyHeritagePrimary
- Oct 6
Exploring the legacy of the Greeks – how they shaped our world with their inventions. Thank you to Carys The for bringing the Olympic Games and Greek mythology to life. https://t.co/RlUx0WOwrh
@LangleyAcademy Retweeted
TLA Science Faculty
- Oct 5
Year 8 students using their knowledge on food testing to see what each food stuff contains 🥽 https://t.co/sNDv85Uggz
@LangleyAcademy Retweeted
The Arbib Education Trust
- Oct 4
Our children have been exploring the Stone Age. Thank you to Anthony Brown for bringing the Stone Age to life. We discovered what people ate, what they wore and we took part in Stone Age past times in our own TLHP roundhouse https://t.co/lWNxR4Bk3Z
@LangleyAcademy Retweeted
Thames Valley Learning Partnership
- Oct 4
event. 'Building a brand & the importance of black culture/hair' with speaker Mark Maciver. Thu 6th October, 8:45pm-9:45pm. Location: Eton College. Open to students from TVLP schools. Book by emailing info.org.uk https://t.co/814bCfcCva
@LangleyAcademy Retweeted
LangleyAcademyPE
- Sep 30
Well done to our Year 8 team who won their home match 13-0! Great first fixture and a chance to stretch our legs! https://t.co/Buf3NFmUwr
@LangleyAcademy Retweeted
LangleyAcademyPE
- Sep 30
Our Year 10 team lost 2-1 with a last-minute goal scored against them away at Beechwood. Close match! We learn and move forwards ⚽️ https://t.co/pyLLvEnogs
@LangleyAcademy Retweeted
TLA Science Faculty
- Sep 30
More advanced circuit investigations with our GCSE students looking at how the length of a wire effected their data readings https://t.co/cs9Fuh209d
@LangleyAcademy Retweeted
LangleyAcademyPE
- Sep 29
Basketball seems a popular choice this year! 🏀 Lots of players for the casual lunch session and over 30 players for our after-school session with the coaches! https://t.co/YYqH86EAtQ
@LangleyAcademy Retweeted
TLA Science Faculty
- Sep 29
Year 9 students enjoying trying some more methods of separating substances. Today we tried chromatography and observed distillation! https://t.co/uBFgDeYx89
@LangleyAcademy Retweeted
TLA Science Faculty
- Sep 28
Year 8 students created different circuits to investigate current and resistance. Students added motors, buzzers, cells and bulbs to see what impact this had on their circuit 💡 https://t.co/YjsbnWnxlU
@LangleyAcademy Retweeted
The Arbib Education Trust
- Sep 27
Our students embraced . We explored: -European events and dates -Famous scientists and their country of origin -Interesting facts about places, events and language In addition to our ELD Bake off competition, raising money for https://t.co/MhBlgirNig
@LangleyAcademy Retweeted
LangleyAcademyPE
- Sep 27
Enrichment has been in full swing this week! Spaces at most of our clubs are now full, sign up quickly to grab the remaining places! 🏀⚽️🏓 https://t.co/gHnfBSz7nM
@LangleyAcademy Retweeted
The Arbib Education Trust
- Sep 26
Thank you to all the universities and companies that came to to share their wealth of experience and knowledge. A big thanks to Amelia Grigg for your presentation and all your tips on how to ‘shine’ . https://t.co/2lT1T4KySe
@LangleyAcademy Retweeted
Tom Sherrington
- Sep 26
Thanks to all my work partners this week.. and . So many great people in education. 👏🏼🙏🏼 https://t.co/sqausfJTq8
@LangleyAcademy Retweeted
TLA Science Faculty
- Sep 22
We’re kicking off the new term with some practice at separating mixtures! Our Year 9 chemists used filtration and evaporation to separate salt from ‘sea water’ https://t.co/ynbnatc9PX
@LangleyAcademy Retweeted
The Arbib Education Trust
- Sep 9
We are deeply saddened by the death of Her Majesty The Queen. May she rest in peace. Our schools , and join our nation in mourning for our Queen and will continue to be inspired by her life of faith and service. https://t.co/BCwh3ceYaL
Follow Us