LangleyHeritagePrimary023

Ofsted

We are a GOOD school with OUTSTANDING Leadership and Management. Having visited in November, Ofsted have graded the school's overall effectiveness as 'Good' and awarded us 'Outstanding' for leadership & management.


Good SchoolWithin the published report Ofsted stated that "Pupils enjoy attending The Langley Heritage Primary. This is a school in which they are well cared for, and safety is the top priority."

Having ensured a huge turnaround in outcomes at the primary school, The Senior Leadership Team states that establishing a safe, welcoming and exciting environment were key drivers in their recent 'Good' grade. Ofsted noticed the hard work undertaken by staff to ensure that "Pupils find their learning interesting and engaging." One pupil told the inspection team that, ‘we get challenged to see how far we can push our limits’.

The Langley Heritage Primary offers pupils a 'distinctive approach to learning' that builds of the ambitions of the national curriculum. There is a helpful focus on bringing learning to life, through their approach to Museum and Outdoor learning that ensures children have the opportunity to engage with the topics in hand through engaging
with experts, museum objects, stories and the schools thriving outdoor environment that currently houses an Iron Age Roundhouse, a traditional Traveller wagon, an allotment and a small farm home to four goats and a number of chickens.

'The 'Outstanding' judgement for Leadership & Management Leaders has been a wonderful achievement' says the headteacher, however she acknowledges that it is only possible due to the hard work of all of her staff and their dedication for improving the lives of the children they teach. Having successfully improved every aspect of the school since the previous inspection. Ofsted noted 'This is now a school where all pupils achieve well across a range of subjects. The pastoral care provided, especially for the most vulnerable pupils, is a strength of the school.

Leaders at all levels share the same passion for high-quality education, based on the school values of curiosity, exploration and discovery. They ensure that pupils are excited by their learning and that none are disadvantaged in any way. For example, the school organised a trip to the London museums for the weekend following the inspection, with 250 pupils and family members due to participate.'

Pupils learn well because teaching builds on previous knowledge. Pupils’ learning experiences, including relevant trips, help them to remember what they have learned. Teachers also make helpful links between different areas of learning.


Please click on the link below to view a PDF of our report.  Alternatively, you can download the report directly from the Ofsted website HERE.

The Langley Heritage Primary Ofsted Report

Further Information

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@LangleyHeritage - Mar 28
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@LangleyHeritage - Mar 25
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@LangleyHeritage - Mar 25
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@LangleyHeritage - Mar 19
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@LangleyHeritage - Mar 13
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@LangleyHeritage - Mar 9
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@LangleyHeritage - Mar 5
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@LangleyHeritage - Mar 5
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@LangleyHeritage - Feb 9
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@LangleyHeritage - Feb 6
Happy ! Today we learnt about the mark Gen AI is making. In this special episode, children got to see how Gen AI is reshaping our world, in the workplace and in our daily lives. pic.twitter.com/2xYVIc1zN4— The Arbib Education Trust () February 6, 2024
@LangleyHeritage - Feb 6
Happy ! Today we learnt about the mark Gen AI is making. In this special episode, children got to see how Gen AI is reshaping our world, in the workplace and in our daily lives. pic.twitter.com/2xYVIc1zN4— The Arbib Education Trust () February 6, 2024
@LangleyHeritage - Feb 6
Our first competition was a buzzing success! Congratulations to our talented spellers who showcased their public speaking and boosted their confidence on stage. Our champions: Pasoon. C for KS1, Burhanuddin for LKS2, and Sana. M for UKS2! 🏆 pic.twitter.com/uRWvp4JUOS— The Arbib Education Trust () February 6, 2024
@LangleyHeritage - Feb 6
Our first competition was a buzzing success! Congratulations to our talented spellers who showcased their public speaking and boosted their confidence on stage. Our champions: Pasoon. C for KS1, Burhanuddin for LKS2, and Sana. M for UKS2! 🏆 pic.twitter.com/uRWvp4JUOS— The Arbib Education Trust () February 6, 2024
@LangleyHeritage - Feb 6
How can we prove dinosaurs existed? From exploring fossils at The Natural History Museum to getting hands-on as paleontologists, we dug deep into the world of prehistoric creatures. We also uncovered the legacy of Mary Anning and her groundbreaking finds. pic.twitter.com/WVJyCEUPiF— The Arbib Education Trust () February 5, 2024
@LangleyHeritage - Feb 6
How can we prove dinosaurs existed? From exploring fossils at The Natural History Museum to getting hands-on as paleontologists, we dug deep into the world of prehistoric creatures. We also uncovered the legacy of Mary Anning and her groundbreaking finds. pic.twitter.com/WVJyCEUPiF— The Arbib Education Trust () February 5, 2024
@LangleyHeritage - Feb 2
🎶 Our young vocalists have been perfecting their singing for weeks and today our shining stars are performing at the Young Voices, Wembley - the largest children’s choir concert. Well done to our talented 🎶#HeritageHarmonies pic.twitter.com/ZjsCpdMoBH— TheLangleyHeritagePrimary () February 2, 2024
@LangleyHeritage - Feb 2
Today our pupils put their number-crunching powers to the test in our very own “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” maths quiz! 🧮 A thrilling challenge for our brilliant mathematicians which raised a whooping £245.55 for 🏆 pic.twitter.com/zxcCG3ZLkC— TheLangleyHeritagePrimary () February 2, 2024
@LangleyHeritage - Feb 1
Year 4 innovators are taking the stage! 💡 Inspired by legendary inventors that changed the world our pupils have created their own ingenious solutions to everyday challenges. Today, our young entrepreneurs faced the Dragons 🐉 – will their pitches spark investment? pic.twitter.com/pT7srGgDj3— TheLangleyHeritagePrimary () February 1, 2024
@LangleyHeritage - Jan 26
What a performance! Today our amazing Year 5 and 6 boys and girls played in a Quarter Final School Slough League hosted ⚽ Well done to our girls team who won 1:0 against Priory and the boys 5:2 against Montem. See you in the semis!👏 pic.twitter.com/llOHVZ1FlF— TheLangleyHeritagePrimary () January 26, 2024
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