Throughout the year our Year 8 pupils were always delighted to have visited Chiswick House, one of the Black Swan Care Homes in Norwich, and our friends at Harford Manor School. As part of the school’s Collaborative Community Outreach Programme, listening to the fascinating stories and observations of the residents of the care home [...]
Our pupils in Years 3 and 4 have done a fantastic job in creating models of their favourite stories in their STEAM activities recently. Rory S recreated a scene from The Lorax by Dr Seuss and Isabel S created a scene from The Beast Feast by Emma Yarlett Edible sculptures has also been a [...]
Written by our Year 8 pupil Summer N: On June 19th, Magna Voce participated in the Virtual Big Sing, it was lots of fun! There were lots of great songs to sing and dance to, everybody had a great time! There were some excellent performers leading the sing-along including; Nicola Roberts, Karen Gibson, Camilla [...]
We are so lucky to have a message from none other than world-cup winning South African rugby player, and Bath captain, Francois Louw! Francois was due to visit us this term and, although postponed for now, we can't wait to welcome Francois to Langley soon!
For the second fortnight running, pupils in Years 3 to 8 have been letting off STEAM, creating and experimenting with a range of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art/Creativity and Maths) activities. Pupils can choose the complexity of their challenge and can even create their own STEAM tasks, linked to their fortnightly theme that reflects what [...]
Take a look at our 2019/20 sporting year and enjoy highlights, a whole host of lovely photos and some fantastic achievements. Well done everyone!
Another week, another wonderful array of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Maths) projects to marvel over. Years 3 to 8 have been busy submitting entries for their STEAM projects, choosing from a wide range of activities and enhancing their independent learner skills. From each project's spice rating, pupils choose the level of difficulty they [...]
During the Easter break, and the first week of the Trinity term, pupils were asked if they would like to make Easter bonnets to share with their friends in an online gallery. We have had some amazing bonnets made by the children as part of their remote learning and we are very proud of the [...]