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School Council update - December 2020

The School Council have been very busy sorting Christmas Raffle tickets, sorting and giving out Christmas cards and making posters for the Reverse Advent Calendar collection boxes. We were also very excited to see that some of the resources that we chose for the Learning through Landscapes Nature Grant have arrived in school!Next week, we will be collecting money from classes for Friday’s Christmas Jumper Day! (11th December).

School Council Update - November 2020

Our new KS2 School Council are newly elected and are already down to business. Emily (Rye Class) tells us about some of their achievements so far this term….

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Ouse Class This Term

Ouse Class Curriculum Letter – January 2021

Dear Parents,

I hope you and your families were able to enjoy a safe and happy Christmas, even if it was a quiet one. Although we have got off to a challenging and ever-changing start, I hope after the current lockdown, we can all look forward to a brighter and safer 2021. I am disappointed that I cannot welcome all of the children back into school, but I look forward to seeing how they adapt and respond to their remote-learning. I would like to reassure you that the work sent home remotely via the daily PowerPoint mirrors the work that will be covered in school with the children who are in.

You will now be familiar with the daily overview of lessons being sent out, which covers English, Maths and a topic each day. The topic lessons will cover the wider curriculum and include Science (set by Mrs Huntriss), Computing, French and lessons linked to our Cornerstones curriculum topic.

That topic for this half-term is called ‘Playlist’ and has a Music theme which will see us research genres of music, learn about instruments, and explore how music is used in everyday life. Links will also be made to the Science topic of ‘Sound’, Geography, History, Art, DT and languages.

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Meet Miss Boyle

This page is currently under construction.

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Foss Class This Term

Curriculum Letter Spring Term 2021 Foss Class

Dear Parents and families,

This is a strange letter to write because I’ve already been in touch with you all however here is a few reminders and an overview of what is happening and will hopefully occur moving forwards. I will keep sending the daily emails with the power points with attached worksheets and activities as and when appropriate. This week has been challenging and I have no doubt it is the same for all of you. We do understand your issues with work, school, life and balancing everything. We will be as flexible and accommodating as we can be while following the procedures laid out for schools.

We have a new topic to get our teeth into ‘Street Detectives’ with lots of areas for development to continue advancing our skills, interests, personalities and all-round learning. Reading books will not be coming home, for those in school, but we are asking that children use Bug Club/Active Learn. This has been updated and the school code is ka9t alongside each child’s personal log in.


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Meet Mrs Laverack

...our Class 1 teacher, and English & Literacy lead for the school.

Q How long have you been a teacher?

A For many years, in a variety of schools in East and North Yorkshire.

Q Which Key stage do you enjoy teaching the most?

A During the course of my career I have taught in EYFS, KS1 and lower KS2 and have enjoyed teaching in all of them but I am particularly enjoying EYFS and KS1 at the moment as every day is different and fun.

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Derwent Class This Term

Derwent Class Curriculum Letter Spring Term 2021

Dear Parents,

I hope that you all had a lovely Christmas, though I imagine it already seems a long time ago! I would like to take this opportunity to wish you a healthy and hopefully happy 2021! The start of the year has not only been disappointing but very worrying. Hopefully with the new vaccines being rolled out, summer could be much better for us all. It has been lovely to welcome some of our key workers children back in school and to have been sent so many pictures and updates from our home learners.

Our topic this term is Super Heroes and through this topic the curriculum will be taught. Whether the children are in school or learning from home, the work covered will be the same. In science the children will be learning about materials and their properties and using this knowledge to design a strong and waterproof cloak for a super hero. They will learn to identify, name, draw and label the basic parts of the human body and say which part of the body is associated with each sense. They will also continue with our seasonal walks to notice changes in temperature, length of daylight and to identify flora and fauna.

In PSHE they will be learning that superheroes need super bodies and so they will learn about the the importance of personal hygiene, making healthy eating choices, having plenty of sleep and regular exercise.

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2018 - 2019

Holiday Dates – 2018/19


Summer 2018

Autumn half-term

Christmas 2018

Spring half-term

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2019 - 2020

Holiday Dates – 2019/20


Summer 2019

Autumn half-term

Christmas 2019

Spring half-term

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Dates for your Diary

Dates for your Diary

Year 2 Cricket TournamentWednsday 18th MarchParents EveningsMonday 23rd March, 3.30 - 6.00pm Thursday 26th March, 4.30 - 7.00pmOuse Class Easter Experience @ Hope CentralThursday 26th MarchLangton 5-a-side Football TournamentWednesday 1st AprilEaster Bake Off competitionFriday 3rd AprilEnd of Spring TermFriday 3rd AprilStaff Training DayMonday 20th AprilStart of the Summer Term 2020Tuesday 21st AprilPhototronics - Class & Year 6 photosTuesday 21st AprilYear 5 Taster Day @ Norton CollegeWednesday 22nd AprilBank HolidayFriday 8th MayKS2 SATS Week

Monday 11th - Thursday 14th May

Langton Community RunSunday 17th MayEnd of Half TermFriday 22nd MayStaff Training DayMonday 1st JuneBack to SchoolTuesday 2nd JuneRye Class Residential - Boggle HoleWednesday 24th - Friday 26th JuneSports DayFriday 3rd JulyReserve Sports DayWednesday 8th JulyKS2 ProductionFriday 15th July, 2.00 & 6.00pmEnd of 2019/20 School Year!Friday 17th July
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News & Events

Able Writer’s Day!

“It was on Monday 20th March that Hannah, Lily Pl, Constance, Martha, Sam, Megan, Eddie, Millie, Lola A and Ella went to Terrington Hall to take part in an Able Writer’s workshop. It was hosted by a poet named Andy Craven Griffiths.

“The first thing we were told was to do some exercises including a clapping rhythm with our partners, and then we were reorganised onto different tables., so that we could get to know some different people. We then played a game on our new table called two truths and one lie. It was a fun activity that let us get to know each other a bit more.

“Next, we started on some short poems that all started “If love was…..” then we had to write the second line that started “then I would be….”. After that, we had a 15 minute break outside on the playground with all the Terrington Hall students, who we got to talk to and get to know.

“After break, we got to do something called a free write, where you are given a topic to write on, and you just had to keep writing, even if you went off the topic. We then started our group simile and metaphor poems about whatever we wanted. Some of our poem’s titles were; Anger, Trip to the Seaside, When I was Your Age, and Going on Holiday.

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Accessibility Statement

Accessibility Notice

We are committed to providing a website that is accessible to the widest possible audience, regardless of technology or ability. This website has been designed to be as accessible as possible while still visually interesting. To do this we have considered a variety of features which are summarised below. Click on the links to see information on the particular accessibility issues.

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The website has been designed to work with assistive technologies. We recommend that your computer or device is setup to enhance your entire computer experience. In order to achieve this please use the BBC My Web website provides useful hints/tips/guides to assist you if you have difficulty using the internet or have any accessibility issues.

Images and Alt Tags

We have avoided using excessive graphics within the web site where possible to ensure quick download times and access to information which cannot be read when in image format.

Where images have been used we have added 'Alt' tags - text alternatives so that you can still see what the image is meant to convey even if it doesn't load or if you have chosen to browse with the images switched off or you are using something like a screen reader to read the web page rather than view.

Browser Compatibility

This website has been designed to work with the following browsers. If you are experiencing issues with the website it is recommended that you install the latest version of the browser.

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Privacy Statement

Legal information

By using this site you are agreeing to be bound by the following terms and conditions of the Langton Primary School website. Below you can find legal information about our website, including copyright, disclaimer and privacy policies.


Copyright of the content of the Langton Primary School website - consisting of design, text, graphics, images, source code and other materials - remains at all times the copyright of Langton Primary School or with associated third parties. Langton Primary School grant permission to electronically copy, and print to hard copy, information from this website only for use within school premises.

Changes and modification

No changes, modifications or alterations may be made to materials from this site without written consent from  Langton Primary School. If information from this site is used for educational purposes then an acknowledgement of Langton Primary School as the owner must accompany the material. Materials from this site cannot be re published or distributed in any format without written permission from  Langton Primary School.


Langton Primary School makes every effort to ensure that the information on this website is accurate and up-to-date. However, we accept no liability for any loss or inconvenience caused by reliance on inaccurate material contained in this site.

External Web Links

This website contains links to other web sites. Langton Primary School is not responsible for the privacy practices of those other web sites nor is it responsible for the content of those sites.

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Sport Funding

 Langton Primary School Sport Funding

The government is providing additional funding of £150 million per annum until 2020 to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding - provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport - will be allocated to primary school Headteachers.

Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer.

At Langton Primary School, we understand the importance of high quality PE and sport provision. We believe this can deliver huge benefits in terms of enhanced cognitive function, improved classroom behaviour and consequently enhances academic performance.

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Langton Primary School Sports Premium 2019/20

Langton's Sports Premium Funding

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Pupil Premium


What Pupil Premium is for?Pupil Premium funding is extra money given to schools from the Department for Education. This money is to assist pupils who are considered at risk of underachievement to make greater social and academic progress.

How much Pupil Premium Funding will Langton get this year?School is receiving pupil premium funding to the value of £6600 this year.

How Langton Primary will spend this year's Pupil Premium Funding?Pupil Premium is used flexibly to best meet the needs of individual learners. Barriers facing these pupils often lay around social, emotional needs and learning behaviours. At Langton, Pupil Premium money is used to support teaching and learning in the classroom enabling the school to maintain its current level of TA support.

How will we measure the impact this spending has had?• Through observation of these pupils in lessons.• Through feedback from these pupils.• Through feedback and discussion from teachers and staff about pupils’ progress and engagement in their learning.

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Child Protection

If you have any concerns regarding the safety of any child please contact the school's designated person for child protection - Rachel Ray. You may also wish to contact the designated Governor for child protection - Pam Abbott via the School Office.

Langton Primary School Child Protection Policy


National Help Lines and Websites


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Please find below our latest OFSTED report from July 2019.

The "Good" judgement awarded to the school is a very positive one and reflects the recent hard work that has gone into making sure that Langton Primary School is well on its way to providing our pupils with a school experience which they deserve. We are delighted that this outcome will support us to continue to improve our school provision and outcomes for the children. The areas for development described in the report were ones which we had identified as a school prior the inspection and are already working on to improve.

Ofsted Report July 2019

Ofsted Report October 2015

Ofsted website link

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We welcome pupils from Langton and the surrounding area (please click here to see our catchment area) and also have a growing number of pupils who, although not residing within our catchment area, choose Langton because of our warm and welcoming community, and our rural, friendly, small school feel. We are always happy to welcome visits to the school, so if you would like to make an appointment to come and see what we have to offer here at Langton, please do contact us admin@langton.n-yorks.sch.uk

As a community school, all our full time admissions are agreed by North Yorkshire County Council, to whom all applications should be made (https://www.northyorks.gov.uk/apply-place-primary-or-secondary-school). Their published Admissions Policy can be viewed here.

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County Council Admission Policies

County Council Admission Form & Arrangements


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Data Protection

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into law in May 2018. Please find below a copy of the Langton Primary School Privacy Notice, as well as our Information Security Policy, and E-Safety & Social Media Policy.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Pupils, Parents & Staff Privacy Notice - updated January 2021

GDPR Pupil & Parent Privacy Notice

Information Security Policy

E-Safety & Social Media Policy

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Vacancy for the post of After School Club Assistant (term time only)

Minimum 5.5 hours per week, fixed term to 31st August 2021 with the possibility of extension after this date. Band C, scale points 2 to 4 (£9.43 to £9.81). Closing date for applications – 12noon on Monday 23rd November 2020. Interview date Friday 27th November, with start as soon as possible (dependant on all clearances being completed).

We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and friendly After School Club Assistant to join our very successful After School Club team. The position is for a minimum of 5.5 hours per week and is a fixed term contract until 31st August 2021, although there is a possibility this may be extended. The role will initially cover two After School Club sessions per week (3.00 - 5.45pm), with one of those definitely to be a Friday. Being flexible to be able to cover additional sessions and helping in our Breakfast Club (which runs from 8.00 – 8.45am) would be advantageous.

Duties will include providing high quality after school care in a safe and positive environment. You will need to be able to supervise children and plan and organised a range of interesting and engaging activities. You will also need to be able to prepare healthy snacks, and food hygiene training will be provided if required.

Please download the application form from the school’s website www.langton.n-yorks.sch.uk (please see below)and return it to admin@langton.n-yorks.sch.uk by 12noon on the closing date above. Any questions please contact the School Business Manager on 01653 658236 or the above email address.

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Langton Primary School is located in the beautiful village of Langton, in the Ryedale district of North Yorkshire, 3 miles (5km) south of the market town of Malton. Please click here for details of our Catchment Area.

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Langton Primary School

Thank you very much for taking an interest in our school. We believe Langton is a very special school, just on the outskirts of Malton & Norton but with a feel of a rural village school.

Address: Langton Primary School, Langton, Malton, North Yorkshire, YO17 9QP

Phone:01653 658236

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