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  • Medals Galore for Evie and Florence

    Congratulations to Evie and Florence for reaching the finals for the 1m, 3m and Platform at the Armada Cup Diving competition held in Plymouth on Saturday 11th February 2017. Evie secured gold for the 1m and silver for the 3m. She just missed out on the bronze for the Platform coming fourth. Florence successfully achieved a gold in both the 3m and Platform. She came sixth in the 1m. We would like to congratulate both girls on their success and wish them luck in any future competition. Keep up the good work!

  • Number Day!

    We were again supporting the NSPCC this year with our Number Day held on Friday 3rd February. It was a really positive day with students and many staff dressing up in their number-themed outfits. The students had the opportunity to enjoy a variety of numeracy activities throughout the day. The tutor time activities were attempted with great enthusiasm and there was a hive of activity in room M001 at lunchtime. The students were able to try out their skills with various puzzles such as the ‘Tower of Hanoi’, ‘Tangrams’ and ‘Geometrics’. Rose Ward in...

  • Langley Luscious Ladies on the March again!

    The Luscious Langley Ladies are a group of past and present LPGS teachers who take part in charity walks raising money in the fight against cancer.  Their next walk is the ‘Marsden March’ taking place on Sunday 19th March.  This is a half marathon (14 mile) walk between the Royal Marsden hospitals in Chelsea and Sutton.   If you would like to support us in our fundraising, please visit our Just Giving page or text LPGS50 £10 to 70070 to donate £10.  You can also donate £1, £2, £3, £4 or £5.

  • January Newsletter

    For a round up of news, events and acheivements read our latest newsletter by clicking the image below  

  • Refugee Workshop at LPPS

    This year we have been learning about the plight of child refugees. In December a group of  fourteen Year 9 students went to Langley Park Primary School to teach the reception class what they had learned. Well done to those students involved, you were fantastic teachers! Before going on the trip we had a meeting to plan our lesson. We got into pairs and decided together which activity we were going to do and how it would teach the children about refugees in a sensitive way. After that we chose which props we were going to take and how we were going to make it interactive. On th...

  • Creative writing talent shines bright

    Students in the Year 9 English Innovation Group and the teachers at LPGS had the opportunity to submit original creative writing pieces to the First Story National Writing Competition on the theme of ‘Footprints’. The student judging panel short-listed the three winners at school level to be sent off for national judgement. The pieces were looked over for longlisting by Penguin Random House and we are pleased to announce that Stella Moren-Rosado’s poem will be published in the First Story Anthology and she will move on to the final stage of the competition to...

  • Y11 take part in their first MACE debate

    On Monday 21st November Chloe Beroud (11KC) and Molly Lambert (11KC) took part in the English Speaking Union MACE debate at Dulwich College.   With the pressure of the trial exams hovering over them, Molly and Chloe  managed to find time to meet with Ms Ali and Mrs Baxter to rehearse for their first ever MACE debate against the formidable Dulwich College. During lunch breaks and afterschool sessions, they turned a two minute speech on legalising  physician-assisted euthanasia into a seven minute tour de force which crushed their opponents. The girls had never taken part i...

  • GOLD Accreditation for Sustainable Travel

    Through their work and commitment the Youth Travel Ambassadors of LPGS (Rachel Young, Patience Murapa and Milly Shemmings) managed to push our school to achieve the highest award of recognition (GOLD) for their efforts in trying to make the way people in our community get to school more sustainable. The aims of the TFL and local borough led program are to: Significantly reduce the number of cars travelling to and from schools Remove the barriers, both perceived and actual, to walking, cycling and taking public transport to school Increase the numb...

  • FAD Fashion Futures 2017 Launched

    Last Saturday 21st January FAD launched the 2017 FAD Fashion Futures at the V&A. Over 60 young people from Greater London and the surrounding areas came together at the V&A’s grand Lecture Hall to start this year’s course. Amongst the 60 attendees were 4 students from LPGS (Ayo Joseph, Maija Carr, Patience Murapa and Issy Daniels) The programme will require the girls to give up 11 Saturdays in their own time plus attendance at multiple half term workshops before seeing if they have made the finals. (Last year 2 of our girls made it to the finals!) The th...

  • Josey inspires fashion, textile & art students

    On December 8th thirty six Y12 and Y12 Fashion, Textile and Art students following both A Level and BTec courses were invited to attend a talk and presentation of work by practicing textiles designer and artist Josey Florence Mendez. The aim was to introduce the students to multi media work together with future educational and career pathways. Josey’s inspiring, diverse work which includes unusual materials, embroidery, stop animation, photography and film allowed students to widen their vision of where their own work could lead. She discussed possible University course with...