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Langtoft Primary School

Langtoft Primary School is situated in the village of Langtoft on the Lincolnshire / Cambridgeshire border, ten miles north of Peterborough and eight miles east of Stamford in a pleasant rural setting, close to the market town of Market Deeping.
The school is situated on Manor Way within the vicinity of the local playing fields and close to the heart of the old village.
The school consists of seven classrooms, a hall, two large communal work areas, libraries and cloakrooms, staff room and office accommodation. It has two large playgrounds – one for each Key Stage – and large, attractive grounds with a trim-trail, outdoor stage, exercise equipment, wooden gazebo, stone circle and tyre parks.
The school is a co-educational primary school, maintained by the local authority (Lincolnshire County Council) and is designed to take up to 210 children with 199 pupils currently on roll.
There is a large and secure outdoor learning area for Foundation Stage children, which has been recently remodelled and extended.
Our Hot School Meal provider, The Farm Kitchen, provides freshly prepared, delicious school meals, using the highest quality ingredients.
We benefit from highly positive relationships with the families that make up our school community. Attendance is high and our academic standards are consistently above national averages. Staff and pupils enjoy working in the calm and focused learning environments that have been created.
Our school performance data can be explored by visiting www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/120381/langtoft-primary-school/primary and internal data suggests that pupils continue to attain well in current circumstances. Our finances are stable and well managed, allowing us to continue to invest in the premises, IT & equipment, and specialist teaching services.
Our School Council ensures that there is always something happening in our school. They support the staff in raising funds for charities, making decisions on topics such as systems for managing behaviour and coming up with ideas for new initiatives.
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 and 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.
These beliefs are foundational to our policies, procedures and ultimately our expectations.
Our school is an ambitious one: it continues to reflect on its practices by evaluating what works well and what could work even better.
Our school wants the very best for the children who attend it. We see our role to be preparing children for the challenges and adventures of life: they are learning for life.
Our Aims and Values
Our aim is to educate our pupils to the best of their ability and to equip them with the learning skills needed to meet the challenges of life. We do this by providing a broad, balanced, and relevant curriculum.
Children, parents, governors, and staff work together, continually striving to improve standards, meet personal targets and celebrate achievement.
We provide a supportive and caring setting for learning where all children will experience quality teaching.
At Langtoft Primary School every child matters for every child is unique.
Our pupils have the right to be safe and happy. We nurture positive moral, social, cultural and spiritual values within an environment of equality, courtesy and mutual care and respect.

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