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  • Aiding In International Volunteering

    LPGS are raising £2,145 to aid with International Volunteering in Malawi. Please help us by visiting https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/lpgsmalawi2018

  • Newsletter April - May 2018

    Check out the latest news in our latest newsletter. Click on the image below.

  • Artist Alison Lambert Visits LPGS

    Artist Alison Lambert Visits LPGS

    The Visual Arts Department was delighted to welcome Alison Lambert to present a talk about her work and career as a Fine Artist to GCSE and A-Level students. Alison has become one of the foremost British figurative artists concentrating mainly on the human head and figure, and has evolved a drawing style that is uniquely her own. Her work has been acquired by the British Museum Print and Drawing collection, The Victoria and Albert Museum, and the Minneapolis Institute of Art, USA. Her work also features in many public and corporate collections and in private collections in the UK, Europ...

  • James Cousins Dance Company

    On Wednesday 2nd May Year 10 GCSE Dance students took part in a workshop with two professional dancers from the James Cousins Dance Company. Students worked tirelessly for three hours perfecting challenging contact work and learning material from the piece "Within her Eyes", by the end of the session they had learnt over two minutes of professional material and had gained many ideas to put into their own pieces. GCSE Dancer Charlotte W from 10GB tells us more: We all thoroughly enjoyed the workshop and felt truly inspired working with two first class dancers. We learnt new...

  • 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...