Welcome to Langmoor Primary School’s new website. We hope you find all the information you are looking for and that the website will give you an insight into our family school.
Our aim is that all children develop their talents, reach their potential and are happy with us. Our strapline is ‘Living, learning and laughing together’ and we aim to fulfil this every day.
Langmoor is an academy and enjoys the benefits of being part of the Owls Academy Trust. We work collaboratively with other schools within the trust, as well as those who are part of the Oadby Learning Partnership. We are able to share best practise and support each other, as well as retaining our autonomy.
Children leave our school broadly in line with national expectations for Reading, writing and maths. Our curriculum supports basic skills as well as allowing those children to flourish with particular areas of interest. We provide a broad range of experiences and opportunities for our children.
We have amazing teachers and support staff and our pupils are a pleasure to work with.
Langmoor is a Community School built in 1955. Six generously sized, self-contained classrooms are the bases for most of the children’s working time in school. However, much work also takes place in our newly equipped computer suite (very accessible with only six classes to use it), the light and spacious school hall, our library areas, music and resources centre or indeed in our extensive, varied and attractive grounds. We also have Forest School located at the back of the Key Stage 2 playground which is proving a great hit with all the children.
We have a new mobile building 'The Ridge', which holds a designated cooking area, the non-fiction library and conference room, as well as the new EYFS classroom.
We also have a breakfast club which starts at 7.45am. Two playgrounds and a great outdoor environment complete the picture.
Children start at Langmoor from September when they have their fifth birthday within that academic year and can move on to Gartree, Manor or Beauchamp at the end of Year 6.
Mrs H Bonser