In September 2011 a new school opened in Langley, Berkshire. This is part of the government's "Free School Initiative" and has been set up by husband and wife team, Chris and Sally Eaton. Having 25 years experience in running local independent schools and nurseries, the free school will allow all children to benefit from the high quality education that they have offered for decades. The School's motto, "Ad Vitam Paramus" means "We are preparing for life". All school activities will be planned and carried out with this in mind. The school believes that being prepared for life means children have certain skills and qualities. These are:
Having a good basic grounding in English and Maths which open doors to further learning in a wide variety of subject areas.
Enjoy understanding what it means to be a good citizen, taking opportunities to help groups within their local community, showing respect for their world and being compassionate towards those who have needs and are not able to help themselves.
Being good communicators, confident, curious, sensitive, kind-hearted and having the ability to express their thoughts and feelings clearly.
Being challenging of themselves and able to understand their strengths and weaknesses.
Being motivated to learn.
Being able to work as part of a team and to get along with others, knowing how to compromise and work out problems.
Being able to sort information, using what is important and leaving what is not.
Being able to engage in their learning, understanding that it reaches beyond school and is a life long experience.
Through the school's creative and challenging curriculum, with leaders and teachers who fully believe in this vision, children will be able to enjoy learning and flourish.
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Langley Hall Primary Academy
Station RoadLangleyBerkshireSL3 8BY
Phase: Primary Schools
No. of Pupils: 728
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