‘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
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Our Academy | The Annabel Arbib Foundation

The Annabel Arbib Foundation, is a registered charity (number 296358) that supports the philanthropy of Sir Martyn Arbib and his daughter Annabel Nicoll. Sir Martyn set up the Henley-on-Thames based Perpetual Investment business in 1974 and established the Arbib Foundation in 1987. The Foundation has provided charitable donations and financial support to organisations and causes around the UK, with a focus on the Thames Valley. Sir Martyn Arbib, and the Foundation, took a leading role in establishing the River & Rowing Museum in Henley-on-Thames, that opened in 1998 and attracts over 100,000 visitors per year. The Annabel Arbib Foundation continues to be the main sponsor of the educational side of the museum.


The principal beneficiary of the Annabel Arbib Foundation is The Langley Academy Trust in Slough. The Annabel Arbib Foundation is the sponsor of The Langley Academy Trust, which comprises The Langley Academy, Parlaunt Park Primary Academy and The Langley Academy Primary. Annabel Nicoll is Sponsor and Chair of Trustees at The Langley Academy Trust.