Year 2 parents and children rounded off term one with a quiz about Battle Abbey and The Battle of Hastings. There was fantastic parent attendance and we almost ran out of chairs. The children were very excited to show off their knowledge after a great trip to Battle earlier on in the term. Thank you everyone for a lovely afternoon.
Year 6 children enlisted the help of their unsuspecting parents to support them with making their own Fire of London sculptures! To celebrate a term of learning about the Great Plague and how the Fire of London engulfed the city, the children designed their own memorial sculptures, based on the London monument.
The children invited their special guests in to support their clay making - which soon turned into quite a competitive competition for the most detailed design!
Year 1 were lucky enough to celebrate their topic 'Dear Fairy Godmother' with the actual Fairy Godmother herself (who knew she was Mrs Banner's twin sister?!). The children performed some lovely songs and drama pieces to their parents, family and friends which melted some hearts for sure! They also read their beautiful letters which offered advice to the Fairytale Creatures of the Enchanted Woods who were having some troubles! We had an excellent audience, so thank you to tho
On Thursday 12th October, Year 3 held a fossil making workshop for their parents. This fun and informative workshop saw children teaching their parents how to make their very own fossils using plasticine, plastic animals and a plaster mix. The children did a fantastic job of being mini teachers for the afternoon and were so proud to see the fossils they had created the next day, which they took home to share with their parents.
Reception had a wonderful time at their first ever fabulous finish. On Monday 16th October the Reception children invited their families in to join in their weekly music session. The children sung a number of songs, performed a clockwork dance and ended the session with their favourite 'monster' song. The children enjoyed scaring their grown ups with their loud roars, but in fact it was the grown ups who had the most fun, as they bravely roared into the microphone! Our proud
A huge thank you to everyone who supported the Year Five Fabulous Finishes! The children were extremely proud to share their poetry and showed such confidence when reading them aloud. It was clear to see that the children have super creative ideas and we thoroughly enjoyed listening to their fantastic work. Their firework inspired art was equally impressive and the influence of the artist James McNeill Whistler was evident in all of their pieces. We hope that the children ha
On Thursday 12th October, 11 children from Year 5 and 6 took part in Eastbourne College's annual Swimming Gala. The children competed in many events, both solo and as relay teams. The Boys team achieved 7th place and the Girls achieved joint 5th, well done! The whole team tried their absolute best and in true Langney style, showed positivity and aspiration throughout the competition. A big congratulations to the Girls' team who were awarded the Eastbourne College Headteacher'
Who doesn't love a tasty take-away? Well, Year 4 have been focusing on healthy alternatives to tasty takeaways that can be made easily at home. On Wednesday 11th of October children worked extremely hard chopping, slicing, peeling and cooking lots of vegetables all ready for our special guests to come and try their very own Chinese 'Take-In'. Children were so excited to dish up their tasty treat to parents, carers and other family members. It was great to see children (and so
A new initiative is underway at school this term with some new budding gardeners improving our site. Mrs Reed and her junior gardeners have been planting, weeding and clearing diligently in their own time. Hanging baskets are ready and bulbs have been planted this week. Well done to all involved and we love the way you are openly giving back your time and support to our School community. Keep up the good work!