The Langton Journey
The enrichment curriculum and achieving the vision of Simon Langton Girls’ Grammar School
Being a student at the Girls’ Langton will be a personal challenge. You will have to work hard in your academic subjects and prepare for future exams. But there is much more to be gained from the next seven years. These are the years when you will grow into an adult and the Girls’ Langton will help you to develop into a thoughtful, considerate, strong-minded and compassionate adult who is determined to make a difference with her life and to contribute to making a better world.
During your years at the Girls’ Langton there will be many opportunities for you to take part in activities outside lessons; sports, drama, art, music, dance, competitions, public speaking, debating, charity work, community projects, experiments and much, much more. Each year the opportunities get a little harder and more challenging. More will be expected of you as you grow older. And with each year you will learn more about yourself and the difference you can make to your own life as well as to the lives of others.
Year 7 - Participation and enthusiasm
Enjoying school, taking part, trying hard and having a go at something new.
Year 8 - Co-operation
Learning to work with others, being one of a team, enjoying the company of others.
Year 9 - Commitment
Developing determination and grit to improve skills and to overcome obstacles.
Year 10 - Collaboration
Working together to solve problems, to support and benefit others.
Year 11 - Service
Working for the benefit of the school, our community and the environment.
Year 12 - Leadership
Combining participation, co-operation, commitment, collaboration and service for the benefit of the school, the community and the wider world.
Year 13 - Participation and enthusiasm
Acting with intelligence, creativity and moral integrity to make a positive contribution to the lives of others, our community and the world.