Battle & Langton Church Of England Primary School
Market Road, Battle, East Sussex, TN33 0HQ

Phone Icon 01424 775987
Email Icon office@battlelangton.e-sussex.sch.uk

Acting Headteacher Mr Gary Alexander

2020-2021 Intake

Covid restrictions has meant a different experience to get to know us, as the guidelines state no visits.

You will however have the chance to find out about the school and meet the staff and some of the pupils in a video on the school website very soon. We invite you to meet Mr Hughes, the Head Teacher and Mrs Jagot, who is in charge of Early Years, via Zoom on Thursday 26th November between 7pm and 8pm, or on Thursday 3rd December between 2pm and 3pm.

If you would like to take part, please drop us a line at office@battlelangton.e-sussex.sch.uk giving your name, email address and the session you would like to take part in (26/11 or 3/12)

We look forward to introducing you to our wonderful school... virtually!


Battle & Langton

Welcome to Battle & Langton Church of England Primary School

We are a busy 2-form entry primary school in the heart of 1066 country. We are very proud of our school, and would be delighted to show you around if you would like to visit. To make an appointment, please contact the school office

"We are really happy with how well our daughter has settled into school life and would like to thank all the staff for their hard work making this happen"

Parent of child in Reception (2019/20)

Early Years
Early Years Photo
Starting school for the first time can be nerve wracking (and not just for the children!) Our Early years team are friendly, welcoming and very experienced at putting both children and parents are ease. They will take very good care of your precious little ones!
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Key Stage 1
Key Stage 1 Photo This department is made up of pupils in Years 1 and 2. The classrooms are spacious, and share two activity areas and the Infant library which are located in the communal area that links classrooms.
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Key Stage 2
Key Stage 2 Photo During these years the learning becomes more formal as the children approach secondary school. The curriculum is broad, balanced and challenging - but all children are supported to achieve.
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SEN
SEN Photo Our Special Needs Policy defines a child as having special educational needs if he or she has " learning difficulty which calls for special educational provision to be made for them." We believe that early identification of such children is important in order to make appropriate provision for their educational needs.
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