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  • Movember 2017

    For the third year in a row a small but hardy group of men at Langley will be undertaking the challenge of growing a moustache for charity. “What’s the charity for?” I hear you ask… Movember is designed as a month where brave men grow a moustache for a number of causes : To raise money for prostate and testicular cancer research (both underestimated and un-talked about diseases) To promote awareness of men’s mental health issues (men are generally hopeless at talking about their problems) For more information click at https://uk.movembe...

  • Social Media Fortnight

    We are half way through social media fortnight where departments are sharing the exciting activities going on around the school. Don't forget to check out the school instagram account to like your favourite images. Click on the image below to view our instagram page

  • Help Langley, whilst buying your tree!

    Layhams Farmshop has kindly offered to donate £5 to the school, from the sale of every tree. All that is needed is for you to print the voucher below and present it when you purchase your tree and the school will receive the donation after the Christmas period. It really is as simple as that. Layhams will be running a variety of festive activities including wreath making, xmas kids discos, christmas crafts, magicians and christmas choirs. Why not make an afternoon of it. Layhams Road, Keston, Kent BR2 6AR. Click on the tree to download the voucher   Please f...

  • Rivers of the World

    The Visual Arts Department A group of year 9 Students who were involved in the very successful Rivers of the World project last academic year have recently started working on an extension project for this academic year. Still working with the theme of Ophelia the students are now working on creating very large scale Fine Art, Photographic and Textiles based cloth banners which will hang in the new Visual Arts foyer area. The first phase of the project was to create large scale cyanotype photographic prints of full human bodies posed to look as though they are drifting in water like the...

  • Latest Newsletter

    It has been a busy start to the new academic find out all of the latest happenings in our October newsletter.

  • Up for some family fun at the rugby?

      Saracens are breaking barriers and holding the first ever Aviva Premiership game at The London Stadium at The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park    We will play Harlequins at The London Stadium on Saturday 24th March 2018, kick-off TBC and would like to invite Langley Park School for Girls pupils, staff, their families and friends to join us.  This promises to be an afternoon of high class Premiership Rugby with live spectacular prematch and half-time entertainment    Red & Black Tickets - Adults £22/ Under 16’s £8 &nd...

  • Langley Park Primary site approved

    Plans for Langley Park Primary school to be built on LPGS grounds were approved this week. Bromley council approved plans for the new 420-pupil school on Thursday 12th October after receiving more than 70 letters of support from Beckenham residents. The school which is being temporarily based in the Hawes Down Centre, West Wickham currently has 46 pupils and 8 members of staff but hopes to reach full capacity with 30 full time members of staff by 2022. Following the approval, acting head teacher Hayley Starr said: “This is the news we’ve been waiting for. “...

  • Borough Market & Tate Modern

    On Thursday 5th October the Visual Arts Department took 40 year 10 GCSE Photography students to Borough Market and Tate Modern. At Borough Market the students took Photographs in the style of Brazilian Photographer Geraldo De Barros; looking for interesting abstractions of different buildings to get a visual sense of the space. This was an opportunity for the students to practise their knowledge of using cameras in manual mode, to develop creativity and build a portfolio of images. At Tate Modern the students studied a sculpture called, Pavilion Suspended in a Room I, created b...

  • Open Day 2017 - A great success

    Saturday 30th September saw LPGS open their doors to prospective Y7 and Y12 students.100s of students and parents passed through the doors to get a taste of life as an LPGS student.  Missed out? Get a taste of the day from this video ...

  • Art Trip to Hastings

    On Monday 25th September year 12/13 BTEC Art and design students, year 12 A Level Fine Art students and year 12 A level Photography students took a trip to Hastings in order to gather resources for current and forthcoming project work. The day started off miserable and raining but on arriving at Hastings to sky cleared and we were able to head down to the beach to start gathering some primary research material. At the beach students took digital images of the old fishing boats and surrounding area and they even got the chance to see a fishing boat come back to shore with its catch...