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  • 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

  • Computer Science Roundup

    Hot off the heels of some fantastic summer results, we have had a busy first term in the ICT & Computer Science department. Read below to find out more and be sure to follow our Twitter and Instagram to keep up to date with the latest LPGS Computer Science news.   @LPGSCompSci (Twitter) LPGS_CompSci (Instagram, run by two super geeky year 12 students!)   Bebras Challenge The ability to think logically and problem solve is a vital life skill. To promote this concept we took part in the International Bebras Challenge – a...

  • Adobe Spark at LPGS

    Adobe Spark at LPGS

    On Monday 12th November 2018 we were fortunate to have Greg Hodgson from Adobe come to the Visual Arts Department at Langley Park School for Girls in order to run a training session based on Adobe Spark products. Click on the link below to find out more!

  • The National Young Mathematicians' Awards

    The National Young Mathematicians' Awards

    On the Thursday 8th November a Year 8 team entered the first round of the National Young Mathematicians' Awards. The team members were Claire S, Anna M, Sopie P and Sophie S. I am pleased to confirm that LPGS has made it to the Regional Final on Thursday 6th December! The judges feedback: “We were really impressed with their team work skills in both the competition and the feedback session, it was lovely to see them allowing each other to speak, further demonstrating their excellent team work. On top of this they presented us with systematic workings out which demonstrated the...

  • Lucky Man, Lucky School!

    Lucky Man, Lucky School!

    James Nesbitt, actor of ‘Cold Feet’ and ‘Lucky Man’, visited Langley Park School for Girls on Thursday 18th October to talk to students and give them unique insights into working in the Media world. With a father who was a primary school Headteacher and three older sisters, all of whom were teachers, actor James Nesbitt was always going to care passionately about education. In his role as Chancellor of the University of Ulster, he has been a continuous advocate for young people’s access and participation in HE. James came along to LPGS to promote the re...

  • Newsletter October 2018

    Newsletter October 2018

    It's been a busy half term. Read all about it in our new style Newsletter by clicking the image below!

  • PTA Quiz & Mexican Chilli Night

    Time to get your friends together and come and try your hand at the LPGS PTA quiz!!! Each table can seat a maximum of 8 people (Adults Only). If you are attending on your own, we will try to seat you with others that don't have a full team. This is always a fun night out and you are helping raise money for the school too. Your ticket price will include a Mexican beef or vegetarian chilli with rice and salad which will be served at half time (approx 9pm). Tortilla chips and dips will be served on arrival. Doors open at 7.30pm and the quiz will start at 8pm. Interval will...