It is an absolute honour to have been appointed Headteacher of The Telford Langley School. Having been part of the school community since 2014, I have seen how committed pupils, staff and governors are to the ethos and values of ‘Ensuring Excellence’ at every level. As part of Community Academies Trust, we are very fortunate to work as a partnership of schools to share effective, sustainable strategies to benefit our pupils.
Our pupils are provided with a wide-ranging and stimulating curriculum. Skilful and dedicated teaching staff work with pupils at every level to provide an effective and inclusive learning environment. We aim to ensure that pupils are lifelong learners who are fully prepared for their future. We promote high aspirations and do everything we can to ensure that pupils go on to the ambitious destinations that they deserve.
It is important for every pupil to have the opportunity to ‘let their light shine’. Whether this on the sports field, as part of a school production or any other enrichment opportunity we offer, we want pupils to feel valued and recognised for their talents. Our extensive facilities enable pupils to access state-of-the-art resources as part of their lessons, but also through the extensive enrichment activities offered after school.
We place a clear focus on the importance of reading as part of our curriculum, but also as a fundamental, transferable life skill. Our Learning Resource Centre is a welcoming space with a wealth of literature for all abilities and interests. We aim to support our pupils to be confident readers and we reward both their engagement and progress with this.
At The Telford Langley School we aim to provide a stimulating learning environment where children are engaged and challenged, not only to achieve their very best, but also to enjoy and develop a thirst for learning. We educate our children so that they learn how to keep themselves and others safe. Alongside our house system, we focus on building strong relationships in an inclusive community. ‘You Matter, We Care’ is the central message around how we approach pastoral support for all our pupils.
We want the very best for our pupils and we aim to work in partnership with our parents, carers and the wider community to achieve this. We warmly welcome you to join us.
Mrs E Blount