Year Groups


At The Langley Heritage Primary Nursery we are working on becoming independent and confident learners. We are developing early maths, literacy, communication and science concepts through play. We experiment, explore, ask questions, work together, take risks and celebrate together, developing a love of learning and the confidence that we can achieve anything.

In Reception we are continuing the progression that children have begun while in Nursery. We are developing their use of phonics, numbers and problem solving. We achieve this high level of development by encouraging the children to be independent in their learning and follow their own lines of enquiry. We encourage the children to take risks, work together and enjoy their love for learning. These skills will follow them through their journey into year 1 and beyond.


For children starting with us in September 2021, please watch our video all about Reception.

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In Year One at Langley Heritage Primary we focus on developing early Maths and Literacy skills to ensure that all children are equipped for future learning. We provide ‘hands on’ practical lessons which take account of children’s interests and starting points and provide resources and experiences that enable children to develop independence and self-confidence. Our curriculum provides opportunities for children to work collaboratively, learn from their mistakes, show their individual strengths and talents and be a part of the school and wider community.

At The Langley Heritage Primary, Year 2 is full of exploration from digging for dinosaurs to exploring our school grounds. We grow in our journeys and start by exploring our own identities and our community. The skills we learn in Year 2 help us to grow and nourish our ideas and creativity for our future years.

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In Year 3 & 4, we are working on developing young minds to become independent learners.  We are using a practical approach filled with experiences to develop creative minds.  Through our varied, engaging curriculum we aim to develop the confidence of our children and to start to prepare them for Year 5 & 6, the rest of their school journey and adult lives.  We aim to develop a growth mindset within our children to make them understand that anything is possible when you put your mind to it.  We will work together, experiment together, play together, grow together, celebrate together and learn together.

At the Langley Heritage Primary the Year 5 & 6 team believe that children are the key element for future change. Our current curriculum focuses on teaching the National Curriculum, ensuring links across subjects and embedding the teaching with enrichment opportunities, outdoor learning experiences and recognising the benefits of our diverse community. However, we decided to add a twist, introducing our High-Stakes projects and handing the responsibility over to our children! We have designed interesting and exciting projects, merging knowledge and creating cross-curricular links that will help children to drive their projects in a more autonomous way. This will make every outcome unique and it will depend on the level of commitment of each project group; what an adventure!

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@LangleyHeritage - Nov 22
Thank you, Strom, Jet, Flash and Iceberg from Riverways Farm, for visiting us today. The build-up to Christmas has begun.
@LangleyHeritage - Nov 22
An immersive experience at the Florence Nightingale Museum. Actress Florence shared her experiences, the problems she faced, and the perseverance and resilience needed to follow her dreams. We saw Florence's legacy and Mary Seacole's, a Jamaican nurse
@LangleyHeritage - Nov 21
Our finalists! Voting has begun. Our children created clothing that reflects their personality using recycled materials and inspiration from their recent V&A Museum trip.
@LangleyHeritage - Nov 16
Thank you, Marva Carty for opening our new library and your fun colourful books. Marva paid homage to her Caribbean roots whilst teaching valuable lessons ‘Everything tastes sweeter when you share’ and ‘sharing the love of reading gives joy and teaches you many things.’
@LangleyHeritage - Nov 13
To help us explore 'How earth changed over time' year 3 visited . Through dramatic footage, interactive games and NHM's famous earthquake simulator, we explored how powers within shape the world in which we live.
@LangleyHeritage - Nov 11
We had an amazing session in the Hive with Year 5 & 6 celebrating different faiths. Our children got very creative, decorating biscuits to reflect different faiths and festivals ahead of
@LangleyHeritage - Nov 3
We are lucky to have a royal residence so close to our school. Windsor Castle was our destination. We explored what it was like living in an 11th-century castle. Bringing history to life
@LangleyHeritage - Nov 2
Today our Year 3s were introduced to their science topic - ‘Rocks.’ We used our Flint Tool collection to help our children think about material characteristics, their properties and how they affect their use.
@LangleyHeritage - Oct 22
The blitz, blackouts, the power of propaganda, prominent war figures and our own local war history were a few of the things our children investigated. Our children loved the fact that our school was a Hawker Hurricane test site during the war.
@LangleyHeritage - Oct 21
The power of creativity at the V&A museum! As part of our DT ‘upcycling’ project, creating clothing relevant to them and their identity, our year 5 explored fashion and cultural clothing through the years.
@LangleyHeritage - Oct 21
Collaborative working in ICT! Three classes demonstrated how we can all work together even when we are not working in the same room. All three classes worked on the same document to project plan!
@LangleyHeritage - Oct 21
Our Year 3 bringing learning to life.....
@LangleyHeritage - Oct 20
Developing skills to be historians! Our Museum Learning team helped us explore different sources to learn more about the past. We analysed Winston Churchill’s ‘War of the Unknown Warriors’ speech - its purpose and how it may have been received at the time.
@LangleyHeritage - Oct 13
We are so proud to receive our Race Mark Award and for being recognized nationally for creating an inclusive culture where all ethnicities are equally valued. We are particularly delighted our award was presented during
@LangleyHeritage - Oct 6
Exploring the legacy of the Greeks – how they shaped our world with their inventions. Thank you to Carys The for bringing the Olympic Games and Greek mythology to life.
@LangleyHeritage - Oct 4
Our children have been exploring the Stone Age. Thank you to Anthony Brown for bringing the Stone Age to life. We discovered what people ate, what they wore and we took part in Stone Age past times in our own TLHP roundhouse
@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 👑🇬🇧🎂
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