Our Awards

Arts College
Specialist School Status

Arts Colleges will raise standards of achievement and the quality of learning in their chosen area of the arts for all their students, leading to whole school improvement in performance. Arts Colleges will nurture within their students a lifelong passion for, and appreciation of, the arts as both participants and discriminating audiences.  They will be inclusive by promoting enjoyment of many different artistic forms and encouraging participation in a wide variety of artistic activity for all students. There are three broad areas of the Arts - performing, visual and media. Kings Langley has chosen three specialist areas for their 'Arts' focus mainly on Art, Graphics and Music.

 

 

 

 

Healthy Schools  

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National Healthy School Status is achieved within a rigorous quality assurance framework. All schools achieving National Healthy School Status must have met national criteria using a whole school approach across the four core themes. All schools undergo a Quality Assurance process.

 

Dacorum Schools Sports Partnership

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School Sports Partnerships are groups of schools working together to develop PE and Sport Opportunities for all young people.The Partnership Development Manager works alongside Government departments, County Councils, County Sports Partnerships and Sports Development units to raise the profile and participation of 5—19 year olds in their area.

 

 

   

 

 

National College
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National College provides support and plays a leading role in the development of others and contributes to the raising of standards. Professionals also receive support from other professionals who understand the challenges that are faced in the everyday realities of Schools.

 

 

HABI Accredited School

Kings Langley School has gained the Hertfordshire Anti-Bullying Accreditation. Schools that are keen to have policies and procedures in place to prevent and respond to bullying can work towards gaining an Accreditation.

 

 

 

 

 

The UCL beacon school in holocaust education programme, is funded by Pears Foundation, the Department for Education and the Claims Conference. It provides research and advanced professional development for teachers which is led by the UCL Centre for Holocaust Education.

The UCL Centre for Holocaust Education leads the field in Holocaust education and their work is underpinned by national research. It offers innovative and high quality CPD courses led by experts to teachers in secondary schools, teaching schools and ITE providers throughout England and we are excited to be partnering with them this year. As a beacon school in holocaust education our aim is to work with UCL in improving the provision for teaching about the holocaust in our own school and others in the local area. 

 

The Stonewall School Champion is a programme that provides guidance on how to prevent and tackle homophobic bullying and celebrate difference.