Seasons greetings from our band of merry young archers. The archery club have used the main hall in Term 2 and will continue back outside in Term 5. Warmer conditions hopefully then and more importantly, light!!
Our super choir have been in high demand this term and have represented the school so well. They started December by taking part in the Big Sing organised by East Sussex Music Service in collaboration with Glyndebourne. The event took place at the Kings Centre and was led by Lee Reynolds the Music Director at Glyndebourne Youth Opera. In the same week, the choir took part in a 'Carolathon' at Langney Shopping Centre in aid of the Demelza Hospice. The children sang their hearts out and helped to collect money for this great cause! Finally, the children were delighted to be invited to sing carols for the residents at the Tweed Care Home in Eastbourne. The residents thoroughly enjoyed it and ev
On Monday 27 November, Langney Primary school began the "Switched Off" week. We tried to switch off lights, smart boards and computers whenever they were not being used. This finished with "Switched Off" day on Friday 1st of December, when the whole school went off the grid. This meant that we did all of our lessons without any electricity. We realised how much we rely on electricity and that we need to be careful with how we use it. Written by the Science Green Team student leaders.
A huge thank you to everyone who took part in our Reindeer Run to raise funds for Chestnut Tree House, and thank you especially to Mr Field, Santa and his reindeer. The total amount received in School so far is £1249.17 and we know that some of you have made donations through the Chestnut Tree website. Thank you for your generosity!
Nine boys and nine girls selected from our Years 5/6 took part in running relays and field events last Thursday afternoon held at Hailsham Community College. The event involved 16 schools from the South Downs Area and our Langney Team came a very respectable 4th. Team camaraderie shined throughout the afternoon with children cheering each other on. Mr Field was very impressed with their attitude and willingness to do their best whilst representing the school. Go Team Langney!