As part of Science Week 2021, The British Science Association launched a poster competition for all children in Britain. The posters had to be about either celebrating inventors and innovators that they felt created life changing innovations or a poster showing their very own innovation (invention) that they think we would need in the future. As a school, we had many amazing entries with great innovative ideas such as future seeing goggles, ocean robots and hover cars. We are
Year 1 loved getting involved in Science week and enjoyed a very exciting Science filled afternoon. One of the activities that we enjoyed was making 'flitter jars'. We were fascinated by watching what happens to the 'flitter' inside the jars depending on how we moved/shook the jar. We used a variety of reusable resources to make the jars and compared how they act differently to each other in the water. We discussed the language of sinking, floating, quickly, slowly. A great t
Over 200 pupils and staff cycled, skated or scooted into school this morning! We are adamant on reducing local traffic and pollution levels and the best way of doing this is by cutting use of motor vehicles. We are working very closely with SUSTRANS at present as part of the School Street project that makes our local community safer still. All children received a rainbow sticker for promoting our motto "Active Body, Healthy Mind" and a healthy snack to start the day! There wi
We have had an amazing Science week with the theme of ‘Innovation’ at Langney all the way down in Bright Sparks Nursery all the way up to Year 6! Here you can see Year 5 engaging in their Science afternoon extravaganza where one of their many exciting activities was making a volcano! This helped to develop their innovation skills for predictions and action planning for devastating natural disasters. The children loved being hands on, getting outside and being practical for an
Fancy a job at Langney Primary Academy? Prepare to be grilled by our very own pupil interviewers! Our pupil panel consist of our young leaders who plan their questions, make their notes and then feedback to Mr Bowles. They all show our school value of "Mutual Respect" to each candidate and are very astute in their judgements!!!
We have started the two weeks of the BIG PEDAL and look at our bike shed that is overflowing. We love to promote our motto of "Active Body, Healthy Mind". There are healthy snacks and spot prizes available on Wednesday 28 April! Do not forget to log your journeys and check out this competition - The Big Pedal family competition from @Sustrans is back! Snap a photo or video of you and your children taking part in Big Pedal between 19 – 30 April for the chance to win amazing pr
More outstanding work showcased in a new interactive display for when the children return in Term 5. There has been some wonderful art & design and writing about conserving the Amazon Rainforests and it is highlighted in resplendent manner here. Well done Year 5 for your passionate work about our unique world.
In the last week of Term 4, Year 3 travelled back in time and became Greeks for the day! We had a wonderful variety of ancient Greek outfits on show; some transforming themselves into super powerful gods and goddesses! We had a brilliant day immersing ourselves into ancient Greek life and we learnt so much. We learnt about key events in the ancient Greece timeline, we got into the role of Spartans and Athenians and had a class debate on who was the better city state and why,
Today, Year 1 performed an excellent 'Easter Bonnet' parade in the main hall to celebrate Easter and show all of their friends and teachers what creative, fantastic learners they are! We were all so impressed with the Easter bonnets and had a fantastic Easter celebration after learning all about the Easter story.