‘Students have outstanding attitudes to learning,
which is primarily as a result of good teaching and very positive relationships across the whole academy.’ Ofsted
‘Students behave very well, show high levels of cooperation, respect and courtesy and work highly effectively with each other and their teachers. This creates a very positive learning environment.’ Ofsted
Students are being supported to work from home - From Monday 23 March until further notice, all year groups will be expected to work from home unless you have been advised that your child is eligible to come in. | Admissions policy for students applying in Autumn 2020 for entry in September 2021 - there are significant changes. Please see admissions under the PARENT/CARER tab. | Year 11 AIG set for 1 April has been postponed until further notice.

Community | Community News

The Langley Academy Loo Roll Conga Video

Children’s Easter Activities and Adult Events at Langley Library

Langley Library

Langley Community Coffee Shop

The Community Coffee Shop is an initiative of Langley Neighbourhood Forum, with the support of local churches.
It meets every Tuesday morning, 10:00 till 12:00, at Langley Library in Trelawney Avenue, to offer hospitality, companionship and information for all in the community of Langley.

About twice a month there are visiting speakers on a wide range of topics. Talks begin at about 10:30.

Langley Neighbourhood Forum

The aims of the Forum are:

  • To improve communication between the public in Langley and Statutory bodies, concerning matters of public interest such as health, transport, education, waste recycling etc.
  • To consider ways in which the area of Langley can be improved e.g. children’s facilities, pedestrian crossings etc
  • To focus awareness on problem areas such as litter, vandalism and theft
  • To provide a forum for the members of the public to voice their concerns


Eleanor Cryer (Chair), Shin Dother (Secretary), Robin & Juliet Grayson, Bill Birmingham, Liz Jones, Linda Dopson, Shelia Papali, Ken Boddy.

Road safety

PC Melonie Powell, the new Road Safety Constable for Slough, would like to remind parents/carers that students MUST wear seatbelts when en route to school and when leaving.