Langley Prep Virtual Tour

Langley Prep Virtual Tour

Catch up on virtual Open Week webinars

At the beginning of June we hosted our first ever Virtual Open Week and we really enjoyed putting on a bit of a digital tour of the school. For those of you who missed the series of live webinars that we hosted, we’ve recorded them for you. Simply register using this brief form to be redirected to access all the recordings in one place. To refresh your memory, here are the titles that made up our webinar series:

  1. Welcome to Langley
  2. Academia and Pastoral
  3. Co-curricular
  4. Pre-Prep and Early Years
  5. Wellbeing and Mental Health

Interactive map

Fakenham Road - A1067

Hockey at the astro turf

Beech Avenue

Bonfire evening

Inside the Sports Hall

Early Years Department

Pre-Prep Department

Indoor Swimming Pool

Making Dens

Outdoor Play Equipment

Fishing Hobby

Canoeing Hobby on our own stretch of the River Wensum


Choir singing at St. Edmunds Church


Front drive

Outdoor Pizza Oven

Prep School in the Main Hall & pupils with the Head of Prep

Sandy Lane

Taverham Road (to Drayton & Norwich)

To Costessey

Outdoor fun with Forest School lessons

Outdoor Classroom

Pond dipping

Forest School Activities

Design & Technology Department

Forest School

Girls Cricket


Tennis & Netball Courts

Introductory videos

Testimonials from our current parents and former pupils

“It’s a caring environment and an amazing place to learn.”


“Both our children have settled in very well in their respective classrooms. They are thoroughly enjoying the whole Pre-Prep experience.”

Pre-Prep parent

“She has loved every single day.”

Early Years parent

“I thought parents should know just what a superb school their children are attending. The teachers tend to have the invaluable skill of spotting their pupils’ strengths and nurturing them. I suspect it is rare for a child to leave here without having excelled at something. We are so glad we found you.” 

Prep School parent

“Langley Preparatory School is an outstanding school in terms of Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health (EWMH). The School obviously sees EWMH as central to its work and has done for several years. They have used the Wellbeing Award for Schools (WAS) process to constructively evaluate what is working well and identify areas to develop and improve even further.”

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