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  • February Newsletter

    It has been a short but busy half term. Click on the image below to view our latest newsletter.  

  • Mini Marathon Bromley Team Trials

    The London Borough of Bromley Team Trials Click here for application form The trials are open to both girls and boys in the age groups below, who were either born, live, or receive full time education within the London Borough of Bromley. Age categories are as follows:  Under 13’s Must be at least 11 years old on 28th April 2019 or 12 on 31st August 2018 Born between 1st September 2005 and 28th April 2008 Under 15’s Born between 1st September 2003 and 31st August 2005 Must be 13 or 14 on 31st August 2018 Under 17’s Must be age...

  • UCA Thrive - Creative Careers

    Head of Visual Arts, Mr Fox-Joyce is at the UCA Thrive - Creative Careers conference at UCA Farnham. The day is designed to ensure teachers are fully informed to enable them to offer up to date advice and support to their students who may be struggling to identify their next steps in life. With 1 in 11 jobs in the UK being in the creative economy, helping students understand the different creative pathways on offer has never been more important! He will be sharing updates via Adobe Spark, click here to view what he has posted so far.  

  • Family Quiz Night

    Time to get your friends and family together and come and try your hand at the LPGS PTA quiz!!! Each table can seat a maximum of 8 people. If you are attending on your own, we will try to seat you with others that don't have a full team. Please note that the event is open to children over the age of 10 when accompanied by an adult. This is always a fun night out and you are helping raise money for the school too. Your ticket price will include a cheese, crackers & bread platter which will be served at half time. Doors open at 7.30pm and the quiz will start at 8pm. In...

  • Dancing their way to Success

    Leading Edge Dance Company and Look See Dance Company were invited to compete against other schools in Bromley to represent the county in a countrywide dance competition. Our students presented an exhilarating collaborative contemporary dance performance titled ‘Monster’. The students used the lyrics of the accompaniment as a stimulus to produce a piece the shows the concept of ‘breaking free from inner demons’. The choreography began with an image suggesting a cage which momentarily opens to reveal the first attempt at breaking free. Formations were then use...

  • A futuristic approach to history lessons

    The GCSE history syllabus is increasingly packed with content that has to be memorised. Can technology make this process simpler? Teacher of History, Lucy Jerry has been looking at how technology can bring history to life and aid in the retention of the newly extended GCSE syllabus. Here she shares her experience with TES.com. “She loves history, but she does find it very hard to remember all the dates”. I’m sure I can’t be the only history teacher who has found themselves in this situation. About three hours in to parents’ evening, sitting opposite...

  • Young Carers Awareness Day

    Thursday 31st January 2019 - Young Carers Awareness Day As a community with multiple young carers we would like to acknowledge National Young Carers Awareness Day. This is a day organised by the Carers Trust, to raise awareness of the vital role that they play in supporting their sick and disabled family members. A young carer is someone under 18 who helps look after someone in their family, or a friend, who is ill, disabled or misuses drugs or alcohol. What might a young carer do?  Practical tasks, such as cooking, housework and shopping. Physical care,...

  • Action research and digital technologies

    Ted Fox Joyce, head of visual arts at Langley Park School for Girls, embarked on an action research project which changed his approach to using technologies  in teaching and learning. He recently shared the details of his project with The National Society for Education in Art and Design magazine (NSEAD). Here he explains the important role action research plays in developing pedagogic practice. As head of visual arts at Langley Park School for Girls in Beckenham, I was invited to take part in a shadow leadership programme. Part of the programme involved undertaking an action resear...

  • Winter 2018 Newsletter

    It has been a long and industrious first term. Click on the image below to view our December newsletter.  

  • Art in Action

    Art in Action

      Click on the image below to find out more about the latest Art trip