On a wet and windy afternoon a team of boys and girls from Years 4,5 and 6 participated in the Eastbourne Schools Cross Country Event . It was held in Hampden Park and hosted by Ocklynge School in conjunction with Gildredge House who marshalled the course. The children had to complete two laps ( approx 1.5 miles ) with a separate race for the Girls and the Boys with the first 15 being selected to represent Eastbourne Schools early next year. All the team completed the course
On Monday we were the hosts for a very special Remembrance Tea. There was a performance titled, The Torch: We Hold It High, during which the children demonstrated to a soldier just returned from the war the reasons why we remember through song, dance and readings. Also shown was the music video for the song, Devil's Dyke, by local band, Hatful of Rain. We recently collaborated on this video and so it shows some of our artwork. The song is about a soldier who went to war and w
Our school community came together on Friday and Monday for our Remembrance Services. As we commemorated the end of the First World War, we were joined by ex-servicemen, members of Nelson Victor Carter's family and two 'There But Not There' silhouettes. We were also joined by local band, Hatful of Rain, who played their new single 'Devil's Dyke' about the battle of Boar's Head. We recently collaborated on a music video for the song, which you can see by following this link -
Our football team competed in their first tournament and games of the year at Ocklynge School on Saturday. The event was well attended and schools were split into two groups. Thankfully the rain kept off. Langney topped their group unbeaten with 18 goals scored and no goals conceded and went into the semi final against Stone Cross as favourites to progress into the final. They did not disappoint, with a scintillating attacking team performance they won 3-0 to play Ocklynge. I
A group of children from years 5 and 6 enjoyed the opportunity of running around Gildredge Park in the Autumnal sun last Monday morning, finding clues and experiencing map reading. Thankfully no children were lost in the process! The groups worked in pairs and competed in a time trial test against other schools. The event was hosted by University of Brighton students and for the majority of our Langney children it was their first time in representing the school in a 'sporting
Today, our school community came together for our Remembrance Service. There were some very poignant readings, beautiful singing and a lot of respect shown throughout. As we commemorated the end of the First World War, we were joined by ex servicemen, as well as members of Nelson Victor Carter's family and two 'There But Not There' silhouettes. We were also joined by the band, Hatful of Rain, who performed their single, Devil's Dyke about the Battle of Boar's Head. We Will Re
Learning at Langney has always been at the forefront of the digital world. Since September, every child in Year 6 has had their own brand new Google Chrome Book which has assisted their learning brilliantly. In Year 5, all children have tablets too to enhance learning! Watch this space for our next exciting venture in the digital world..............................
Les Misérables class celebrated the end of a fantastic term with a Halloween party. As well as brilliant costumes and gruesome games, we had lots of snacks and were all left scared and screaming after Kobe's ghost story! A huge thank you to parents for the scary costumes and an even bigger thank you to Les Misérables children for beginning their final year at Langney so well!