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A message presentation from all of us

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A message from all of us

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Langton's Lockdown Leisure Time Log

See our video below showing what we've been upto

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A F.O.L.S Fun Run with a difference

Hello everyone

It was supposed to be FoLS’s very first Community Run event on Sunday 17thMay, so we’ve had another idea how we can do something together as a school community!

We thought it would be fun if ‘Langton went to London’. So we are asking those who’d like to be involved, to walk, run, cycle, bounce at least one mile (in your garden or on a walk) on Sunday 17thMay. To take a photo of everyone who went with you, so we can create a collage of the event and to then email the distance you covered and the photo to your class teacher that afternoon/evening. We will then collate the distances (this distance includes all grown ups, children and pets that go with you – ie. 1 adult, 1 child and 1 dog walk one mile, this equals 3 miles towards the distance total) and create our route on a map to see how far we all walked together. For example, it is 234 miles to London.

Let’s see if we can get there, or even further!!

Thank you and we’ll be in touch again soon.

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A Message To All Of You From All Of Us

We hope you like it. We had a lot of fun making it and sharing a laugh together.




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Derwent Class - March 2020

Derwent class have begun a fantastic new topic called 'Why Do Zebras Have Stripes?' Have a look at some of the lovely homework completed.

Also, the children have been looking at mass and weight using the animals of the savanna to create a balance and weigh out lighter and heavier. The photos show you some of this in action. 


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Ouse Class - seascapes artwork

Just some examples of the fantastic seascapes homework that came back last week! We certainly have some budding artists in Ouse class!


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Outdoor Learning - signs of Spring science

Thank you to the family and Grandma who supplied us with some frogspawn. We added it to our miniature pond today. We also added our prayer stones around the edges; making an alliterative 'Prayer Pond', as remarked on by one child. A couple of the year one girls laso rematked, ' the eggs are spheres', showing great maths knowledge developing.

Some of us are a little worried about how many, how big and what will happen to the eggs, tadpoles and frogs but it is a fantastic learning opportunity that fits so well with our science and topic work. Watch this space for further developments .....    
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Stars Of The Week - March 13th

Hot of the press, our Stars Of The Week. They make us feel PROUD!

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World Book Day 2020

What an amazing array of book themes, characters and outfits graced our school today.



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Year One and EYFS African Drumming

Thank you to Chris for a great musical extravaganza! A loud, bright and engaging way to launch our Africa topic. Do you know why zebras have stripes?




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Year Six Bikeability

Well done to year 6 and thanks to their many instructors. They have braved sleet, rain, wind and slush to become safe and accomplished riders. They are now all aware of how to ride and conduct themselves on the roads. 




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Stars Of The Week - February 28th

After a very busy week there was a large number of children to celebrate this morning.




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Stars Of The Week - February 7th

Here are the awesome achievers for this week



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Key Stage One Football Tournament

Some of the children from year 1 and 2 went to MaltonSports Centre on Wednesday 29 th January for an afternoonof football. It was good fun but it was rather chilly. Weplayed three games against other Langton teams and thechildren from Settrington. In between the games, we had ago at taking penalties with the sports leaders from MaltonSchool. Some of us ended up being very tired. We wouldlove to go and do more sports at Malton. Thank you to all the parents and helpers who drove us thereand to Mr Cairns, Mr Walker and Mrs Laverack for sortingeverything out for us to go.By Foss Class
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Stars Of The Week January 24th 2020

These are the boys and girls we were celebrating this morning. Extra special mention was made of our Year 6 girls football team, who came third in the North Yorkshire Girls Tournament. A huge achievement against much larger schools. 

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Mad Science

On Wednesday 8th January, Year one and two met a mad scientist called Energetic Emily. It was an extremely fun afternoon. We learnt lots.


We got to make slime. We used an activator (sodium borate).


We investigated a mixture of water and cornflower that can be a solid or a liquid. It depends on how you handle it. We acted out the different of chemical processes like how molecules are stuck together.

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Young Voices

A FINAL FINALE - in assembly this morning our choir shared their highs, their songs, photos and presentations from Young Voices. Fantastic work guys and girls

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Derwent class were graced by the presence of HRH Queen Elizabeth for the launch event for their new topic. They prepared snacks and canapes, bowed and curtsied, sang the National Anthem and had impeccable manners as they spoke with her. 


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The Selfish Giant

What a wonderful afternoon with Riding Lights theatre company performing The Selfish Giant - so good. 'THAT WAS ACE!' 'IT WAS MAGIC', just a few of the comments. Look at the faces to see the enthusiasm and enjoyment.



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Stars of the week - November 29th

This week's wonders have been picked by all the staff in school. They are being rewarded for their attitude, manners, positivity and general loveliness to be around.




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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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