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Bringing Up Britain

Students and staff from the school were featured in the first episode of Bringing Up Britain on BBC radio 4.
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The Daily Politics Show

While the school was being established, Langley Hall was featured on a number of episodes of the BBC’s Daily Politics show. Below are 5 features that follow the progress of the school from conception to opening and beyond. We hope that you enjoy them!

National and Local Newspaper History

Easter Bonnets 2018

World Book Day

Easter 2018

African Drumming Club

Cool Science at LHPA cool

Our Year 5 and 6 football team have made it in the paper! Huge congratulations boys!

Bright Sparks take on tough Maths Challenge

Music concert featured in the Slough Express

Our world book day made it in the Slough Express! We have two fabulous photos (top of the article) of our children dressed up as their favourite characters including Harry Potters! click the image below for the full article.

LHPA hitting the right notes… news

Children take part in Christmas performance at Eton College Christmas performance

LHPA Students perform with the Slough philharmonic chorus and orchestra

Concert at Windsor Parish Curch

Meeting David Cameron

“Creative kids construct airport terminals…”

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“One a penny, two a penny…”

LHPA Students Perform. 31st July Slough Express.

Children Entertain! Slough Express 3rd April 2015

New Beginnings

11th November 2011

Langley Free School vision

9th September 2011

Green light for new town school

9th September 2011

On track to open one of Big Society’s Free Schools

10th November 2010

Free School on track says boss

16th October 2010

Childcare trainers progress with ‘free school’ plans

15th September 2010

First 16 ‘free schools’ details set out

6th September 2010

School Plays

At Langley Hall, our upper phase productions are not to be missed! Pupils are responsible for all aspects of the production including acting, lighting, sound, and front of house. Make sure you get along to enjoy the result of all their hard work!


Carroty Wood

An important way in which we prepare children for life is to take them on an educational visit each year to a place called Carroty Wood. It is a wonderful environment where children can build dens, swim, eat together and take part in outward bound and environmental activities. Children learn independence and develop their social skills at Carroty Wood, all of which can be taken back into the classroom, helping them to accept new challenges with confidence.

The School at Work