Welcome to Langtree Community School’s Web Site
Following the government's announcement, on January 4th 2021, the school is currently open for vulnerable children and children of critical workers, only.
Staff are providing remote learning, through Google Classroom, and will continue to be in contact with parents and carers, using Class Dojo.
As always, please be in touch if you have any concerns.
'Langtree is a very welcoming school. Pupils behave well and greatly enjoy school. They are polite and courteous around the school and say they feel safe. Pupils flourish socially because they have excellent relationships with staff. Pupils are well prepared for the next stage in their education because of the nurture and care provided for them. Parents are rightfully proud of their school. One parent emphasised this by saying, “Langtree is an amazing school that makes everyone feel welcome. My child has thrived since being there.” ‘
Susan Costello, OfSTED Inspector, July 2017
Click here to visit the Ofsted site.
We welcome you to our school web site and hope you find it both interesting and enjoyable.
We are very proud of our happy and nurturing school where each child is valued and supported as an individual. Together with our governors, (who you can find out more about by clicking our 'Getting Involved' link above) we work closely with parents, families and carers to ensure every child makes the best possible progress and at the same time, develops valuable life skills. We are also determined to protect and safeguard all our children - our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting their welfare - and invite you to read our Safeguarding Policy, available by clicking 'About Us' or following some of our useful safeguarding links available by clicking 'Links'.
The curriculum here provides wide opportunities, both in and out of the classroom, to capture the interest of every child, giving them equal access to everything we have to offer.
The children tell us that the best things about our school are our swimming pool, our school meals, the nice teachers, the monkey bars and the fact that there is lots of room to play! We would love to have the opportunity to show you these things, and more…..........
Please click ‘Contact Us’ and be in touch to arrange a visit.
Nigel Smale, Head Teacher
Nut Free School: We are working towards becoming a nut free school to help children here with a severe allergy. Please can we ask that nuts, or nut products, are not brought into school to be eaten as a snack or part of a packed-lunch? This includes items such as peanut butter or 'Nutella' in sandwiches! Thank you for your help to keep everyone safe.
January 2021 - To comply with updated Government guidance: from Wednesday January 6th, with CV19 protective measures in place, we have been pleased to welcome back children of critical workers or any vulnerable children.
Home-learning continues for any children not able to come into school. Staff are delivering lessons, through Google Classroom, to ensure that children at home are able to access the same curriculum as those children in school.
CV19 guidance: we usually warmly welcome visitors coming to see us, but, during the Pandemic, if possible, please 'phone the school to make an arrangement to visit (01805 601354). By doing this, you will help minimise our number of visitors and opportunities for 'clustering' on site. Our site visiting guidance includes hand-sanitising on entry and observing social distancing; please be in touch if you need any further specific advice. Please do not enter our site if you have a high temperature; a new, continuous cough – this means you've started coughing repeatedly; sore throat; or a loss of, or change in, your normal sense of taste or smell (anosmia). Keep safe and well. LCS
Equalities and Diversity Statement
At Langtree Community School we are committed to providing equality of opportunity for all pupils and staff, and to providing a working environment which is free from discrimination, prejudice and harassment. We encourage respect and consideration for others, and recognise and value the school as a safe place for learning. The staff at Langtree Community School recognise that inequalities exist in all levels of society and believe that, as educators, we have a crucial role to play in eliminating racism, sexism and all forms of discrimination. We can promote equality by dealing with bullying, racial abuse and sexism immediately and by educating the young people in our care without prejudice.
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