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  • Adobe at LPGS

    Adobe at LPGS

    LPGS were privileged to have been chosen by Adobe to make a case study of how we currently use many aspects of Adobe's sophisticated image manipulation software. It was a great chance to discuss our vision for the future to meet the demands of a growing, developing digital world in which our students live and learn. To document our developing work, Adobe engaged the film company Torpedo, who sent along a film crew to work with the LPGS Visual Arts Department on Thursday 10th May. Click on the image to find out more!  

  • Ski Trip 2018

    Ski Trip 2018

    This Easter holidays 45 students and 6 staff ventured to Santa Caterina in Italy for one weeks skiing. Read our students account of the trip: After a long 26 hour coach journey we arrived in snowy Italy! Our hotel was great, really close to the slopes and the food was good too. On the slopes the instructors were very supportive and they made our ski lessons lots of fun. They split into groups of ability and took us down fun, adventurous slopes. There was one especially fun slope with bumps and little jumps through the woods which was very pretty. Throughout the week we could feel ou...

  • Number 3 in Bromley Borough

    Number 3 in Bromley Borough

    We are proud to announce that Langley Park School for Girls is number 3 in Bromley's best-performing secondary schools based on Attainment 8 scores. Please click here to read more.

  • Thank you PTA

    A huge thank you to our wonderful PTA for funding five brand new computers in the Visual Arts department. The computers have been put to good use already and are especially good at running the specialist Adobe software used by our Visual Art students. Once again, thank you PTA!

  • Nationals - British Riding Clubs KBIS Novice Winter Championships

    Nationals - British Riding Clubs KBIS Novice Winter Championships

    On the weekend of 13th - 15th April, Corina Stone travelled four hours to Grantham, Arena UK Showground to compete in the Nationals British Riding Clubs KBIS Novice Winter Championships. Corina scored 67% in her dressage test against the under 18s. She achieved sixth place out of the country and the team came 12th out of 19 teams. Congratulations to Corina and the team!

  • Greetings from Tenerife!

    A lucky group of Y9 and Y10 students are enjoying themselves in Tenerife this week. Check back for daily updates. DAY FIVE On Monday we went to the Teide Volcano with our partners. We had to drive for an hour and a half up into the mountains on a steep road to get near to the top. We went to the visitor’s centre and learned about the formation of Teide and then went further up to see the rock formations and to get a good view of the volcano. On the way back we had a picnic and enjoyed our last day together. On Tuesday it was time to say our tearful goodbyes. We didn&r...

  • National Numeracy Day Wednesday 16th May

    The National Numeracy Organisation have launched their first ever National Numeracy Day. Taking place on 16th May 2018, the day will be an annual celebration of the importance of numbers in everyday life and will bring together individuals, employers, educators and influencers to improve numeracy.  Langley Park School for Girls will be supporting the day with fun numeracy activities during tutor time and in maths lessons for our Year 7s and 8s. Watch this space!

  • LPGS Students Travelling To Malawi Need Your Help

    Students from LPGS are travelling for a once in a life time opportunity to Malawi, in the heart of Africa to take part in a month long expedition from 22nd July to 19th August. During their time they will be aiding with several projects, including renovations on local community schools which need help to rebuild, construct new libraries for books for their students and also help in other projects including improving hygiene for locals, protection of wildlife from poachers and conservation. They will also be hoping to reach the summit of Mount Mulanje during a three day mountain expediti...

  • More Lagos News

    Read the latest article featured in Lamography Magazine by clicking the image below:

  • Rivers of the World

    On Monday 26th March 2018 we began the second phase of our work on the project, Rivers of the World. Artist Shona Watt is running a two day workshop on Monday 26th and Tuesday 27th March, working with a group of Year 9 students; the same students who took part in the project last year when we based our work on the painting Ophelia. This year our attention turns to the rivers in Lagos, Nigeria and our theme is looking at, 'Resourceful Rivers'. Click on the link below to find out more!