Life @ Langley
Daily life at Langley is as exciting and dynamic as the lessons and co-curricular activities that we have on offer. Pupils are divided according to year-group. Within that year-group, each student is assigned a dedicated tutor, who will be the principle liaison between the student, teachers and parents. All our tutors provide all round care for their tutees, looking after their wellbeing and taking an overview in their academic progress. That is why these tutorial sessions are seen as a vital part of daily routine.
Life at Langley focuses on a holistic education. Academic lessons are at the core, but every student will be involved in extra-curricular activities at the end of every day. This programme adds diversity and enrichment to a student’s daily routine, allowing them to participate in activities that are important to them.
8:45 Assembly Programme/Tutor Period
9:15 Lesson 1
10:10 Lesson 2
11:00 Morning break
11:20 Lesson 3
12:15 Lesson 4
14:00 Lesson 5
14:55 Lesson 6
15:45 Afternoon break
15:55 Activity Programme
16:40 End of School Day
On arrival at the school, each student is assigned to one of four historic Houses here at Langley. These are Beauchamp, Crome, Mancroft and St Giles. Each House is led by a Head of House who will also play an important part in the life of a student. Weekly House assemblies are held to reinforce pastoral messages as well as helping to build up a sense of belonging to the House, fostering an environment where each student is cared for and respected. Competitions are held throughout the year in all major sports as well as in Music and Activities, giving students with differing strengths the opportunity to play a major role in earning points for their House.
Combined Cadet Force
The broad function of the Combined Cadet Force is to provide a disciplined organisation within a school so that boys and girls may develop powers of leadership by means of training to promote qualities of responsibility, self-reliance, resourcefulness, endurance, and perseverance and a sense of service to the community. It is firmly believed that the self-confidence and self-discipline in service life are equally important in civil life of the nation today.
The CCF is an inclusive organisation and encourages all students to take part or have a go at all the activities on offer. In the past visually impaired students and wheelchair users have fully taken part in all CCF activities. In year 10 pupils may enrol for a ILM LEVEL 2 AWARD FOR YOUNG LEADERS which is an internationally respected qualification.
Activities and Courses Cadet Leadership Course, Military Exercises, Initiative Tasks, Power Boating, Rock Climbing, Navigating, First Aid, Flying, Signals, Sailing, Cooking, Canoeing, Abseiling, Parachuting, Orienteering, Physical Training, Survival Training and Competition Shooting.
Langley offers the perfect environment to live and learn together, giving students the chance to make lifelong friendships. The community of boarding students at Langley plays a vital role in the life of the school.
Our boarding offers excellent facilities, including newly refurbished common rooms, kitchens, laundry and study areas.
We understand that it’s never easy to leave the comfort of your family and friends. That’s why we make every effort to ensure that Langley feels like a home away from home for our students. We do our utmost to cater for the needs of our boarding community and provide them with a safe, friendly and supportive environment. For more information on boarding please click here