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  • Faraday Challenge

    “On Thursday 11 May 6 teams and 3 schools (LPGS, LPBS and Coopers) all competed against each other in the Faraday Challenge. This year's challenge was sponsored by Land Rover BAR. We had 2 microbits, 2 computers and 80 Faraday (which is money which could help us get components to make our prototypes). The whole day involved us programming and making our presentation for the end of the day. One of our prototypes was a watch which tells you when to drink water. We did this because when people are busy racing they might forget to drink, so when it starts buzzing it tells you when to...

  • April Newsletter

    Click on the image below for a round up of the latest news and events.

  • Netherlands 2017

    Over the Easter holidays 8 staff and 3 sixth form coaches gave up part of their holiday to take 63 students to Eindhoven, Netherlands to compete in a school sports hockey and netball festival. The huge group was comprised of students from years 8 -11 with Langley entering 5 netball teams and 2 hockey teams into the competition. We arrived at our Centre Parcs accommodation, after a long coach journey, and quickly settled in. The following morning was an early start and straight out to the sports venue for the morning coaching sessions. Netballers received expert coaching from county...

  • Greetings from Tenerife

    Whilst the rest of us return to school as normal, some lucky Y9 and Y10 students have been whisked away to sunny Tenerife. Each day they will send us an update about their adventures! Day one We arrived in Tenerife after an easy journey and on the way to our partner school we stopped in a village called el Medano and got our first look at the beautiful coastline. Once we arrived at school we were greeted with dos besos by our partners, it was great to see them after so long! We spent the afternoon and evening with our partner families, some of us got to try typic...

  • Reykjavik Rocks!

    We left for Iceland well before dawn on Sunday morning, and after an uneventful flight we went straight to the Blue Lagoon. We all had a great time at the picturesque geothermal spa, where we especially enjoyed the face masks. After relaxing at the lagoon we checked in to the Cabin Hotel which was located in the centre of Reykjavik. In the evening before dinner we all went for a walk around the centre of Reykjavik and saw the local landscape and architecture with the Cathedral being the highlight. The next morning we were up early for our Golden Circle excursion. Our first stop was...

  • End of Term Magazine

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  • Fashion Futures update

    With just one week of 'making left the FAD Fashion Finalists are making fantastic progress on their creations with all hands on the sewing machines! On the right hand side you can see LPGS student Issy Daniels with her creative design. Once they have added their final flourishes thoughts will shift to  ‘Presentation Day.’ This is when the students present their work to a panel of industry judges for Summer School selection. We all know presentations can be nerve wracking, so we wish all the finalists the best of the luck particularly our LPGS girls: Ayo Jose...

  • STEM Robot Engineering Club

    The STEM Club LPGS entered the Tomorrow’s Engineers Lego Robotic Challenge during the Autumn term and we were successful in being provided with 2 Lego robots, expansion Lego brick kits and software to learn how to operate. Myself and Mr Fisher (Lead Technology Technician) were able to receive some valuable training to be able to teach students at KS3 how to build and programme the robots. Tomorrow’s Engineers explained to us that there would be a space challenge competition held in London in February that the students would work towards. We decided to run the sessions as an...

  • Reading Week 2017

      In March The whole school celebrated Reading Week and World Book Day, with a marvellous mix of events and competitions. Assemblies had a reading theme, raffle tickets where given to anyone ‘caught reading’ and students were fantastically creative and wrote their own dynamic book openings. To reinforce our reading message, posters promoting famous stories appeared in the most unlikely of places. As you can see, many members of staff joined in the fun on World Book Day and dressed as their favourite book character. The Library hosted A World Book Day party,...

  • Oxford University

    On Saturday 11th March, Ms Ali and Edie Ryan-Law (Year 12), Olivia Garrett (Year 12) and Bethan Adams (Year 11) woke up very early to make their way to the Faculty of English Language and Literature at Oxford University. The day offered the students an opportunity to have a taste of student life at one of the most prestigious universities: we sat through a lecture on American Renaissances, had a tour of the dormitories and watched a mock English Literature interview. All the girls had a great day which they would like to share with you: EDIE RYAN-LAW ‘During the trip we w...