‘Students have outstanding attitudes to learning,
which is primarily as a result of good teaching and very positive relationships across the whole academy.’ Ofsted
‘Students behave very well, show high levels of cooperation, respect and courtesy and work highly effectively with each other and their teachers. This creates a very positive learning environment.’ Ofsted
Students are being supported to work from home - From Monday 23 March until further notice, all year groups will be expected to work from home unless you have been advised that your child is eligible to come in. | Admissions policy for students applying in Autumn 2020 for entry in September 2021 - there are significant changes. Please see admissions under the PARENT/CARER tab. | Year 11 AIG set for 1 April has been postponed until further notice.

Headteacher's Welcome
(Mrs. A. Lusuardi)

At the Academy, we believe that students come to school to learn and achieve in order to live full and enriched lives. We want to empower them to contribute positively to their family, the community and the wider world. The staff, governors and trustees work hard together, along with parents and carers, to ensure that each of our students leaves with a set of results of which they can be proud.

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  • Admissions for Year 7 September 2020

    If you have been offered a place for this September, you will shortly be receiving an admissions pack. The pack contains all the information you will need to enable you to plan for a smooth transition from primary school to The Langley Academy. Please take the time to read the booklets enclosed in the pack which can also be found here:

  • Essential Information Booklet
  • Additional Information Booklet
  • Please complete ALL sections in the Essential Information Booklet as soon as possible and return to The Admissions Officer at The Langley Academy by 1 May 2020 at the latest. For health and safety reasons The Academy is currently closed to all visitors and therefore unable to accept hand delivered documents. Please use the Royal Mail post or preferably email an electronic version of the booklet to admissions@langleyacademy.org

    Please ensure any electronic versions of the booklets that you email are named in the following format:

  • For the Essential Information Booklet use
    Student Forename Surname - Essential Information Booklet

  • If you also need to send the Additional Information Booklet use
    Student Forename Surname - Free School Meal
  • Please do not email photocopies or scans of the above booklets as separate pages - this makes it very difficult for our admin to read and process. The PDF is editable and can be saved as detailed in the further information here.

    Please hover your MOUSE over here for further information The Essential Information Booklet which is accessible through the link above is an editable PDF which means you can input the data we need once you have opened it up. If you save it, you can then email it as instructed above. In addition, if you think you may be eligible for free school meals, please read the information and then fill in the application form at the end of the Additional Information Booklet. Then send to the email address above along with the completed Essential Information Booklet. If you are having trouble accessing either of the documents from the website, please use the email above to ask for copies to be emailed to you.

    Applications for Year 7 September 2020

    Hover over for more info Applying to The Langley Academy (TLA)
    • You can apply for a place at a state secondary school online or by using your council’s application form.
    • You apply through your local council even if you’re applying for schools in another council area. Details of how to apply to a secondary school if you live in the Slough Borough can be found here:- http://www.slough.gov.uk/schools-and-learning/school-admissions.aspx
    • In addition if you wish to apply to the Langley Academy you must also submit the TLA registration form to the Langley Academy by the 31 October 2019.
    • A copy of the TLA Registration form can be found on this website, or you can pick one up in person from TLA reception.
    • You must attach a passport sized photograph, as instructed, to the TLA registration form.
    • On submission of a completed TLA registration form your child will be invited to sit an NFER test to determine general, non-verbal intelligence, which will be held on Saturday 16 November. This enables us to ensure that children of all abilities have an equal chance of being offered a place.

    Coronavirus Updates:

    Wednesday 8th July - no further update

    The Langley Academy will be expanding its provision on Monday 15 June for Year 10 and Year 12 students.
    Parents will be contacted if and when it is safe to increase this provision.
    An overview Statement on our Policies during Covid-19 is linked to this notice for parental information.
    TAET Policy Statement during COVID 19
    TAET Addendum to Behaviour Policy

    Impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) on appeals Year 7 September 2020
    If you have submitted an appeal you should have received further information about your appeals hearing from the Clerk to the Independent Appeals Panel. If for some reason you have not please email admissions@langleyacademy.org to let us know.

    Students are being supported to work from home - From Monday 23 March until further notice, all year groups will be expected to work from home unless you have been advised that your child is eligible to come in.

    We will be closely monitoring the advice and guidance provided by the Government; should the situation change we will let you know as soon as possible. If you have any questions please email info@langleyacademy.org

    Parent update letter from Executive Principal (20th March)
    Parents/Carers SURVEY

    Coronavirus guidance can be FOUND HERE (Updated 7 July 2020)

    Guidance on social distancing for everyone in the UK and protecting older people & vulnerable adults – CLICK HERE

    The Department for Education has launched a new helpline to answer questions about COVID-19 related to education. Staff, parents and young people can contact the helpline as follows:

    Year 11 AIG set for 1 April has been postponed until further notice.

  • LETTER - Place2Be (31st March 2020)
  • COVID-19 Update including learning information from Headteacher (18th March)
  • Temporary School Closure Letter from Headteacher (18th March)
  • Cadbury's Trip Letter - Postponed Notification (16th March 2020)
  • Communication from TLA Headteacher (12th March 2020)
  • Coronavirus update letter to parents from Executive Principal (27th February 2020)

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