What is it like to attend this school?
Ofsted say . . .
‘Langdon is a happy school with happy pupils. Pupils like coming to school and are enthusiastic to learn. They have very positive attitudes to all that they do in school. They love the clubs and the trips, which, as some Year 6 pupils said, ‘enliven our learning’. Parents and pupils appreciate the caring community and family feeling in the school. Pupils work and play well together. They develop good and trusting relationships with their friends and their teachers. Older pupils look out for younger ones and act as good role models.
Pupils know that leaders, staff and governors want them to do as well as they can. Pupils work hard. They develop their independence and skills to prepare them for their future lives. Staff are ambitious for all the pupils who are nurtured and thrive in the school.
Pupils feel safe and secure and well looked after by adults in school. They learn how to keep themselves safe in and out of school. They say that there is no bullying because everyone is friendly and kind. If anything did occur, they know they can talk to any adult, who will sort things out quickly and fairly.’