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

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@LangleyHeritage - Sep 16
The Langley Heritage Primary tribute to HRH Queen Elizabeth II and her wonderful life, featuring our choir. We are grateful for everything that she has done for us all.
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The Arbib Education Trust
- Sep 9
We are deeply saddened by the death of Her Majesty The Queen. May she rest in peace. Our schools , and join our nation in mourning for our Queen and will continue to be inspired by her life of faith and service.
@LangleyHeritage - Jun 28
Dear Parents and Carers, It is our Fun Run tomorrow but we also have some filming for our Trust video. Please therefore send children to school in full uniform with their PE kit/sports wear which they will change into for the run. 🏃‍♂️🏃‍♀️
@LangleyHeritage - Jun 6
Look at some of the incredible artwork which was displayed all around Eton&Windsor for the Platinum Jubilee 👑🇬🇧🎂
@LangleyHeritage - May 24
Year 4 arrived safely in the Forest of Dean and had an amazing first day full of fun activities. Signal is low so we will keep you updated when we can (especially about what time the coach is due to arrive back)
@LangleyHeritage - May 24
Our Year 4 children are having a great time in the Forest of Dean! ⛺️
@LangleyHeritage - May 24
Our Year 4 children are having a great time in the Forest of Dean! ⛺️
@LangleyHeritage - May 24
Our Year 4 children are having a great time in the Forest of Dean! ⛺️
@LangleyHeritage - May 13
Census Day Menu! Thursday 19th May 2022 🍽️
@LangleyHeritage - May 9
Ever wondered what the benefits of technology could be within the classroom? Here are 5 that we at TLHP can't wait to include in our learning!
@LangleyHeritage - May 9
Are you a Year 2 parent/carer? Do you feel baffled by Teams? Bring your own device to the Hive between 12.30 and 3pm tomorrow to have your questions answered :)
@LangleyHeritage - Apr 17
We look forward to welcoming our new Reception children in September. Our staff will be available via telephone/email on Tuesday 19th April to answer questions regarding your child's offer. The new children will receive an invitation to our Teddy Bear's Picnic soon
@LangleyHeritage - Mar 17
Visit The Langley Academy this Sunday to see the 'Golden Bazaar'
@LangleyHeritage - Mar 16
Important Wake and Shake update.
@LangleyHeritage - Mar 15
Ready for toddler group!
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- Mar 11
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The Arbib Education Trust
- Mar 11
Our inspirational leaders... Annabel – Sponsor and Better Opportunities for all Champion Alison – Promoter of high achievement for all Tracey – Champion for Best Practice in Education Hanna – Ambassador for our vulnerable children
@LangleyHeritage - Mar 6
Amanda Epe captivated our children today by talking about her personal journey which led to travelling around the world. Amanda talked about inspirational people such as Amy Johnson and how dreams really can come true if you try hard enough and believe in yourself.
@LangleyHeritage - Mar 3
So many incredible outfits. We love the home made outfits and all children have made a brilliant effort.
@LangleyHeritage - Feb 28
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