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Welcome from the Headteacher


I am extremely proud to welcome you as Head Teacher of Langley Park Primary School. I hope that this website not only gives you the information that you need but also helps you to get a sense of what school life is like at LPPS and the core values we hold for our children and entire school community.

Respect     Empathy    Unity   Perseverance    Wonder    Passion   Reflection 

Here at Langley Park Primary School, we have created a caring, aspirational and safe environment for everyone to thrive. Our school is driven by our core values and we want the very best learning experience for all of the children so that they are well equipped to succeed in the world as they grow into adults. We nurture all of our children and we know they will go on to make a positive impact in whatever they choose to do and will feel empowered to be able to challenge themselves to get there. 

Our expectations are extremely high for the children, staff, governors, parents and all members of the local community who play a role in guiding our children. Whilst maintaining supportive and open culture at our school, it is only through our collaborative hard work that we can ensure that we provide the very best for the children; the best educational experience that they can have.

Our aims go beyond the classroom and with a deep rooted focus on mental health and wellbeing, we work to ensure that our children are supported to develop the skills they needs to manage their emotional wellbeing throughout the course of their lives, seeking support and guidance whenever they may need it. Langley Park Primary School children will leave their time here having grown into confident, articulate young people who have empathy, respect and passion at the heart of all that they do.

Should you wish to find out more about our school, do not hesitate to telephone to arrange an appointment.

Tel: 0208 639 5300

Mrs S Kluzek

Should you require paper copies of any of the information contained on this website please contact the school office on 020 8639 5300

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