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  • End of Term Magazine - Spring 2018

    It has been another busy term, check out the latest news in our End of Term Magazine.  

  • Behind The Scenes At The BBC

    On Thursday 15th March 2018 LPGS A-level Media Studies students visited the BBC to attend their annual School Report News Day. This was a great opportunity for students to experience a real television set, meet with people working in the industry and to gain a better understanding of the production process. One workshop included how to spot false information and fake news. Read Rebecca and Sonaali, Year 12 students, account. The trip to the BBC was extremely educational and informative. We had the chance to attend a workshop on fake news that opened our eyes to how deceiving the med...

  • Year 10 PSHCE Day

    The day was focused on Health and Well Being.  After detailed planning with the Form Council Reps a full day of activities was booked.  Visiting speakers from The Maudsley Hospital and Bromley Change led seminars. We also had workshops such as Self Defence, Fitness led by Emma Dowdell in Year 13 and First Aid led by Mrs Creffield as part of the British Heart Foundation Scheme to introduce CPR into schools.  Student leadership was at the forefront with our First Aid Ambassadors supporting.  Year 10 were polite, enthusiastic and really got involved. ‘On PSCHE day...

  • Trash Couture!

    Trash Couture!

    PSHCE day was really fun and enjoyable for everyone. First thing in the morning we designed the outfit in our groups. I liked the tracing idea because it meant we could create multiple designs and incorporate everyone’s ideas and also use the different elements from the mood board we made the day before. During periods 3 and 4 we made the outfits which was a lot of fun. Everyone was working together helping and making sure the outfit was the correct size. It was really interesting to see everyone make their outfits as they were all completely different. Some groups used mainly new...

  • Year 11 Langley Girls Mean Business

    Year 11 Langley Girls Mean Business

    Langley Park School for Girls hosted their supersized Careers Day, bigger and better than ever before.  37 different companies came in to talk to the 240 girls about what they do; how they do it and how students can get ahead in these competitive environments.  Amongst them ITV, Clifford Chance, Network Rail, Royal British Legion were happy to give their time to talk to the girls about work. Every student also had two mock interviews with an employer, who then gave them feedback on how they did, what they could do better and if they got the job! All the employers commented how...

  • Year 12 Law Students Visit the Old Bailey

    Year 12 Law students visited the Old Bailey in London on Tuesday 13th March. During their visit they were able to observe three trials: a murder, wounding with intent and assaults by a GP on his female patients.  Despite having to hand over all mobile phones and electronic devices for almost three hours, all 22 students were captivated by the drama unfolding in the court room. We continue to follow the trials in the news in lessons.  We regularly visit courts and enact mock trials as a way of bringing the law to life. Mrs C Murray-Smith Head of Law

  • Winter Sports Roundup

    As the winter sports season draws to an end the PE department are reflecting on a jam packed season of netball, hockey, trampolining, swimming, football, badminton and cross country events which have kept our girls active and competitive. Since September, despite the loss of our netball facilities, the LPGS PE staff have fulfilled: 68 netball fixtures across 6 years groups, 3 netball tournaments at borough and county level 55 hockey fixtures across 4 years groups 3 hockey tournaments at county level And around 8 other events in swimming, badminton, trampo...

  • Art in Action!

    Art in Action!

    Today we are at the Emmanuel Centre in Westminster with BTEC and A-level Art, Photography and Textiles students. We are here for a series of lectures all based on the creative process. Click on the image below for more information!  

  • The Marsden March

    On Sunday 4th March a group of current and former teachers from LPGS completed the 14 miles Marsden March in order to raise money for the hospital. We particularly remember Helen Shingler, a former student at LPGS who fought so bravely. The Marsden March raises money to enable the hospital to pioneer new ways to save or improve the lives of patients with cancer. If you would like to donate please leave a named envelope at reception.

  • Latest Newsletter February 2018

    Our latest monthly newsletter can be found by clicking on the image below.