Your School Games

Your School Games

Dear Parent/Carer

On behalf of the children, staff and governors, I welcome you and your family to Langtoft Primary School.

We hope that you find this web site informative and helpful.  We have included information on topics that are typically of interest to parents/carers who are looking for the right school for their child but should you have any other questions, please do contact us. A useful starting place is the About Us and For Parents tabs. There you will be able to read our latest Ofsted report, find our performance data and have your FAQs answered. 

At the heart of what we do are children.  We seek out ways in which we can show our determination for all children to succeed and to be happy. 

We are a Rights Respecting School.  In June 2019, we were awarded Gold Level status by UNICEF for the way we promote self-esteem, relationships, wellbeing and participation amongst the children.  Read our full assessment report here.  If you would like to find out more about the UN Convention on Children's Rights, a child-friendly language version is available here.

In October 2019, we were awarded the School Games Mark; Gold for our commitment to activity and sport.  

Teaching your child to read is one of the most important jobs we do at Langtoft so I was delighted to receive a letter from the Rt Hon Nick Gibbs MP, the Minister of State for School Standards, congratulating the children and the staff on their outstanding achievements in the Y1 Phonics Screening Check. 100% of our pupils reached the required standard, placing our school in the Top 2 % of all school nationally. Read his letter here.

I am always happy to show parents/carers and their children around our school so that you may see for yourself what we have to offer.  You can see the children learning, meet and talk with the staff and discover for yourself what makes Langtoft Primary School so special and so popular.

A warm and friendly welcome awaits you.

Mr J McCullough

'Pupils say they feel safe at school and know who to talk to if they have a worry.  Pupils told me that they try hard at school and teachers set work for them that challenges them.' Ofsted, September 2017