Langer Primary Academy

Langer Primary Academy rated Good in latest Ofsted

Langer Primary Academy rated Good in latest Ofsted report | Ipswich Star

We are now recruiting for the September 2024 intake and are offering personalised visits to the school or we are holding Open Mornings on Wednesday 22nd November and Wednesday 10th January 2024, from 13:45-15:15, with the executive headteacher. We currently have places in all year groups and welcome your interest in our school. Please come and visit us, meet the team, look around, share a cup of tea and see what we can offer your children.

Langer Primary Academy is a small school located very close to a wonderful beach. Our staff team are kind, caring and very committed to the work we do. We serve a diverse and vibrant community and are very proud of the ongoing improvements we are making every day here at Langer. We will be holding a number of Open Morning/Afternoon sessions between now and January 10th. These will be for our September 2024 intake. If your child was born between 1 September 2019 to 31 August 2020 they will be eligible to start school in September 2024. Therefore, we are welcoming you to come and have a look around our amazing little beach school. The dates are, Tuesday 16th October 09:30 – 11:00, Wednesday 22nd November 1:45 – 3:15 and Wednesday 10th January 1:45 – 3:15. We really hope you can make it and look forward to meeting you soon.

On Wednesday afternoon we welcomed all our families into school for a “Welcome Back BBQ” This was a very successful afternoon, the weather was wonderful and everyone had a lovely time. It was a great opportunity for staff and parents to mingle and get to know each other.

Shortly before the end of term in July, Donaldson class were congratulate on being part of the NHS MySmile supervised toothbrushing programme and achieving the NHS MySmile Award! We are now recognised as an accredited mysmile setting!!

Stage 5 of the 2023 Tour of Britain 2023, started and finished here in Felixstowe and we were fortunate enough to be able to take part in the activities surrounding this event. Mrs Kittle took 4 children to the events arena, where the children were able to meet the Britain team and join them on the podium before the race began. Later on in the day, the race finished in Felixstowe and we were lucky enough to see the cyclists ride past the school, where we stood and waved our flags and cheered them on. This was an amazing opportunity for all of our children and we felt very lucky to be a part of it.