Langford Village Community Primary School is a large school near the centre of Bicester, Oxfordshire. It is a two form entry school with approximately 455 children (full and part-time) on roll, aged 3 to 11, in 16 classes. The school was built in 1996 and further extended in 2000.
We are very lucky to have such a great school community. We have children who are kind and caring, staff that are dedicated and hard working and families who are supportive of their children and the school. Everyone working together enables our children to have a very successful learning journey at Langford Village Community Primary School. We are very proud to be a large school that maintains a ‘family’ atmosphere.
Our vision and aims are intrinsic elements of every aspect of our school, revealed through our approach to teaching and learning, practical activities and the additional opportunities we use to enhance this. We value each pupil, develop the whole child and encourage them to have limitless aspirations.
I am incredibly proud to be the Headteacher of Langford Village Community Primary School. Having worked here as a teacher and leader, I have loved seeing our happy children thrive and I am excited to support this in all the future developments as Headteacher.
I hope you enjoy exploring our website and seeing some of the wonderful things we do.
Mrs Sarah Tomlin