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Langleywood School
Langley Road, Langley, SL3 7EF, UK Slough
+44 (0)1753 541549
www:http://www.langleywood.slough.sch.uk/e-mail:post@langleywood.slough.sch.uk


Welcome to Langleywood School

At Langleywood we are committed to developing a learning community for everyone attached to the school; pupils parents and teachers. We believe that everyone should experience the enjoyment of learning. Our first priority is to provide high quality teaching that results in effective learning. We have recently been designated a 'good' school by the Local Authority and this has been endorsed by the local community because we are oversubscribed.

The curriculum is arranged to meet the individual needs of each pupil and to equip them with the qualifications for success after leaving school. We offer a wide range of extra curricular activities and clubs to give pupils a broad experience and to nurture talent. We expect all members of the school community to treat each other with care, courtesy and consideration.

Staff and pupils work together to create a friendly and supportive atmosphere recognising and celebrating the multicultural make up of the school. Our sixteen acre site offers excellent facilities that are shared with the local community and an environment that supports learning.

Mr P McAteer
Headteacher

School Information

Langleywood School

Local Authority: Slough

Age range: 11-16

Number of pupils: 900

Head teacher: Mr Paul McAteer

Chair of governors: Mr Roy Evans

What have been our successes this year?

  • Since September 2004 Langleywood has made enormous progress.  In November 2005 the school exited Special Measures and has continued to make progress since then.

  • In October 2006 the BBC were looking for a school that had previously experienced problems and was now doing well. Ofsted pointed the BBC towards Langleywood. Everyone connected with the school was proud to receive this recognition.

  • Our examination results at all levels have improved year on year.  The 2007 results are the best the School has ever achieved.

  • The School has been designated as a 'good' school.

  • The popularity of the school has grown and we are now oversubscribed.

  • Langleywood has 35 cultures represented in the pupil population. This is a real strength of the school and we regularly celebrate this with International Evening and mufti days.

  • We have a strong School Council and approximately one third of the school has positions of responsibility either as a prefect or as form captains, librarians, sports captains etc.

  • In June 2007 we were awarded 'Healthy Schools' status because we look after our pupils and staff so well.


Attendance Procedures

This is a leaflet listing our Attendance Procedures.  Click the link to view.

School Profile

Please click below to download a copy of our school profile in PDF format

Uniform

Pupils are expected to wear their uniform correctly on the way to and from school. 

They are ambassadors for the school.

Girls'

Blazer - Plain Black
School Badge - Obtainable from school
Pullover/Cardigan (optional) - Plain black with 'V' neck.  NO sweat-shirts
Blouse - Plain white with open neck collar or shirt style with tie
Skirt - Plain black (school style). No straight skirts, or mini-skirts
Trousers - Plain black, tailored trousers uniform style, small dark belt
Socks - Plain white
Tights - Plain black
Shoes - Plain black, without decoration, with appropriate heel, not trainers.

Boys'

Blazer - Plain black
School Badge - Obtainable from school
Pullover (optional) - Plain black with 'V' neck - NO sweatshirts
Shirt - Plain white with collar (school style)
School Tie - Black with school logo.  (Obtainable from school)
Trousers - Plain black (school style)
Socks - Plain black or natural
Shoes - Plain black, without decoration, (not trainers that look like shoes)

Pupils not in correct uniform may be sent home to get changed.

Physical Education Kit

The following will be required as COMPULSORY items

Boys'                     

White Langleywood ‘Polo' shirt (NO ‘T' shirts) 
Black shorts
Sports Socks (white)
Shin Pads  (To be worn for Football / Hockey)
Training Shoes
Football Boots
Football Socks (black)
Langleywood Games Jersey (obtainable from School)

Girls'     

White Langleywood ‘Polo' shirt (NO ‘T' shirts)
‘Cycling Shorts' or Football style shorts (black)
Sports Socks (white)
Shin Pads  (Compulsory for Football / Hockey)
Training Shoes
Langleywood Games Jersey
Means of tying back long hair!

Additional P.E. Kit

Plain black Jogging Bottoms / Plain black Sweatshirt

Jewellery

Small studs or sleeper style earrings.  No other piercings are acceptable.  No rings on fingers and no visible jewellery (at the discretion of the Headteacher). 

Haircuts

No extreme colours or styles and hair should be no less than No.2 (Headteacher is final arbiter).  Pupils may be excluded from lessons while hair grows to an acceptable standard.  No patterns in hair or eyebrows is acceptable.

Expensive Equipment

Mobile phones, ipods, MP3s, walkmans and other expensive equipment are brought into school at the pupil's own risk.  The school will not take responsibility for any lost items.


Homework Timetables

Attached is a document containing Homework Timetables for Years 7 to 11.

 Please double click to view.

Term Dates

Autumn Term 1 - Tuesday 4th September 2007 to Friday 19th October 2007
Half Term - Monday 22nd  October 2007 to Friday 26th October 2007
Autumn Term 2 - Monday 29th October 2007 to Friday 14th December 2007

Christmas Holiday
- Monday 17th December 2007 to Wednesday 2nd January 2008
Spring Term 3 - Thursday 3rd January 2008 to Friday 15th February 2008
Half Term - Monday 18th February 2008 to Friday 22nd February 2008
Spring Term 4 - Monday 25th February 2008 to Friday 4th April 2008
Spring Holiday - Monday 7th April 2008 to Friday 18th April 2008
Summer Term 5 - Monday 21st April 2008 to Friday 23rd May 2008
Half Term - Monday 26th May 2008 to Friday 30th May 2008
Summer Term 6 - Monday 2nd  2008 to Wednesday 16th July 2008

INSET Days

Monday 3rd September 2007
Friday 30th November 2007
Wednesday 16th January 2008
Friday 15th February 2008


Activities

Langleywood School prides itself on the Extra Curricular Activities provided for the students which take place each day.
The school day is organised so that all students have the opportunity to take part in lunchtime or after school activities.
A wide range of trips and visits support the formal curriculum. 
For information regarding our School Activities please use the links on the left hand panel.

Extra Curricular Activities

Unless otherwise show after school activities will take place from 3.00 to 4.00pm. 

The Library is open daily from 8.00am for students to use the facilities.

Monday

Lunchtime

ICT Rooms 2, 7, 17, 18, 27, Library
Cricket (Boys) - Mr Amod
Volleyball (Mixed) - Mr Welsh

After School

ICT Rooms 17, 18
Library, 3.00-4.30pm
Trampolining (All) - Miss Wilson
KS3 - Box-fit - Mr Victor
Yrs 8 & 9 - Football (Boys) - Mr Welsh
KS4 Cookery Skills - Mrs Cosby (+ Coursework revision later in year)

Tuesday

Lunchtime

ICT Rooms 2, 7, 17, 18, 27, Library
Cricket (Boys) - Mr Amod
Volleyball (Mixed) - Mr Welsh

After School

ICT Rooms 18, 27
Library, 3.00-4.30pm
Yr11 Coursework Club - Room 1 - Mr Goodyear
Art/Textiles Club, Room 9/10, 3.00-4.00pm - Mr Samouel, Mr Rider
History Homework Club, Rm 38, 3.00-4.00pm  - Miss Kayes
Computer Club, Room 2, 2.50-3.50pm
KS4 ICT Designing - Mr Lacey
KS3 Maths SATs Extra Classes, Room 21 Mr Patel
KS3 Cookery Club - Mrs Cosby
Yr7 Drama Club, Room 37, 2.50-3.50pm, Miss Treherne
Rehearsal for School Musical Annie - 3.00-5.00pm - Mr Chater/Miss Beneke
Music Theory - Miss Farrington
Yrs 9, 10 & 11 - Black & White Photography Course - Miss Williams
Yr 7 Football - Mr Welsh
Netball - Girls (All) - Miss Allardice/Miss Antrobus
Yr 8-11 Boys Rugby - Mr Victor & Miss Wilson

Wednesday

Lunchtime

ICT Room`2,"7, 17, 18, 27, Library
Basketball (mixed) - Mr Welsh
French Cinema, Room 23 (Once a month)

After School

ICT Room, 17, 18
Library, 3.00-4.30pm
Band rehearsal, Room 36, 3.00-4.00pm - Miss Beneke
‘A' Level Maths, Room 21, 3.00-4.00pm  - Mr Hameed
GCSE Geography revision, Room 42, 3.10-4.00pm  (fortnightly) - Miss Haskett
KS4 Box-fit -Mr Welsh
Yr 8 Football - Mr Rider
Yr 11 - Indoor Football (Boys) - Mr Amod
GCSE Drama Coursework Clinic - Room 35 - Mr Chater
KS3 Resistant Materials - Mr Lacey
Tag Rugby Girls - alternate weeks - Miss Wilson
English Coursework Catch-up - Room 1
Public Speaking, Room 5 - Mr Stritch/Mr Goodchild

Thursday

Lunchtime

ICT Rooms 2 , 7, 17, 18, 27, Library
Cricket (Boys) - Mr Amod

After School

ICT Rooms 17, 18
Library, 3.00-4.30pm
Art Club, Room 9/10, 3.00-4.00pm  -(sometimes 4.30pm)     Mr Samouel, Miss Williams, Mr Rider
Computer Club, Room 2, 2.50-3.50pm
French Club, Room 23
Y11 GCSE Maths Revision, Room 19, 3.00-4.00pm, Mr Katsholo
Y11 Child Development Coursework & Revision, 3.10-4.30pm, Mrs Cosby
KS4 Resistant Materials, Mr Lacey (Alternate weeks)
Rehearsal for School Musical Annie - 3.00-5.00pm - Mr Chater/Miss Beneke
KS3/KS4 Aerobics - Miss Wilson
Girls Football - Miss Antrobus
Yr 7 Rugby (Boys) -  Mr Welsh

Friday

Lunchtime

ICT Rooms 2, 7, 17,18, Library
Cricket (Boys) - Mr Amod
MFL Surgery, Room 23 - Mrs Lorgeoux 
Wind Band - Miss Farrington

After School

Library, 3.00-4.30pm
Computer Club, Room 2, 2.50-3.50pm
GCSE Drama C/W Clinic, 3.00-4.00pm, Room 37 - Miss Treherne
Adventure Gaming, Room 3, 3.00-4.00pm - Miss Croft
Badminton (Mixed) - Mr Amod
Yr 10 Football - Mr Welsh


Curriculum

Key Stage 3 Curriculum 

Attached are files containing details of the Curriculum taught at Langleywood by year group.  

Click on the link to open the relevant year group information.

Key Stage 4 Curriculum

The Year 10 & 11 curriculum is different to that followed in Years 7 to 9. It consists of a core curriculum, common to everyone plus 3 or 4 additional subjects, depending on pupil choices and interests.

The Core Curriculum consists of:  English, Maths, Science, Physical Education,          PSHE. ICT

Pupils study Maths, English and Science for 2 years and take GCSE examinations in each subject.  Pupils can choose to take a GCSE in RE.  All pupils  study for the OCR National Qualification in IT.

Options

The rest of the time during Key stage 4 pupils study a range of subjects depending on what subjects they might need in the future, what they enjoy and subjects they find particularly interesting.

We currently offer the following subjects to pupils in Year 10 and 11

Subjects

Art

Geography

 Art and Design

Building Craft Occupations(College)

Graphics

 Leisure And Tourism

Business and Communication Systems

History

 Health and Social Care

Child Development

Media Studies

 Skill Force

Cisco

Motor Vehicle Studies (College)

 Business  and Communication Systems

Drama

Music

 Drama

BTEC Engineering (College)

BTEC PE

 Food Technology

Food Technology

Resistant Materials

 Geography

French

Salon Services (College)

 History

 

Textiles

 

Some of the subjects studied take place at East Berkshire College as indicated.

For more detailed information please click on the link below.



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