On Friday 26th April, we attended Quadkids at Henlow.
Our 16 students represented the school very well, demonstrating lots of different values.
We came 4th and 5th overall, so a very well done to you all.
6 children were lucky to be chosen to be involved in the School Games Dance Festival today. All children had lots of fun watching the other schools, performed their dance to a high standard and represented the school very well by demonstrating exceptional values.
Miss Potter is very proud...
Our first winner of the "Lucky Lock" was....
Hollie in Seahorse Class!
Well done Hollie :)!
Remember to look out for the bright blue bike lock on a Friday afternoon.
Maybe next time, you'll be the lucky winner!
As well as our physical activity in the school day we would like to encourage children to be more physically active outside of school, with this in mind we will be having a lucky lock.
This is where a lock will be placed on a child's bike or scooter each week (Friday) for them...
As part of Indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity (from our P.E. action plan) – the Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that all children and young people aged 5 to 18 engage in at least 60 minutes of physical activity a day, of which 30 minutes shou...
Our Sports Ambassadors took part in the Premier League Primary Stars poetry competition where they had coaches from Luton Town come in and deliver sessions about Diversity.
Ella Watts wrote a lovely poem and was a winner of a family ticket to a Luton Town home game.
On 15th January Seahorse class attended the Key Stage 1 Multi Skills Festival at Henlow Academy.
All children were fantastic role models for Langford Village Academy and our teams came 2nd and 4th in the competition.
Well done to the Year Ones!