Roots to Grow, Wings to Fly

Langford Budville

Welcome to Langford Budville, a 3 class primary school on the outskirts of Wellington. We have high expectations of both the children and staff, striving to ensure that all members of the school community work hard to enable every child to achieve their best.

Head Of School
Roots to Grow, Wings to Fly

Mr Jonathan Moise-Souch

Main Points of Contact:

Executive Headteacher: Mrs Naomi Philp

Head Of School: Mr Jonathan Moise-Souch

SENCO: Mrs Angela Hall

Co-Chair of Governors: Helen Jenkinson and Frances Nicholson

Main contacts for parents and enquiries:

General Enquiries: School Office [Mrs Vicky Stilton]

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities: Mrs Angela Hall

Paper copies of information on the website or Governor Minutes: School Office [Mrs Vicky Stilton]

All can be contacted via the details below, at the bottom of the page.

Welcome to Langford Budville Church of England Primary School!

Discover the Benefits of Joining our School Family:

  • A Caring and Happy Community: At Langford Budville Church of England Primary School, we foster a warm and supportive community where Christian values are upheld. We believe in creating a caring and happy environment where every child feels valued and nurtured.
  • Small Class Sizes: With our small class sizes, we provide individual attention and personalised learning experiences for each child. Our dedicated teachers and learning support assistants ensure that every student receives the support they need to thrive academically and personally.
  • Rich Learning Opportunities: Situated in the heart of the village of Langford Budville, our school embraces the wonders of our natural surroundings. We take full advantage of the rural area, engaging in outdoor learning adventures in the nearby woods and fields. Additionally, we broaden horizons through exciting educational trips to museums, theaters, and other places of interest.
  • Strong Church Links: As a school linked to the church, we enjoy a close and supportive relationship with the local clergy. They visit us regularly to lead acts of worship, and we make use of the church for various aspects of our learning. Our students benefit from wider learning opportunities provided by the diocese.
  • Outstanding Inspection Results: Langford Budville Church of England Primary School has been recognised for its excellence. In our last SIAMS inspection, we were graded as "outstanding," highlighting the high quality of relationships, the nurturing environment, and the celebration of Christian values within our school community.
  • High Expectations for All: We hold high expectations for each child, fostering a culture of ambition and resilience. Our dedicated staff are committed to helping every student achieve their best, overcoming any obstacles in their way. We know our students and their families well, ensuring personalised support and encouragement.
  • Independent Learning: We empower our students to become independent learners, taking responsibility for their own learning journey. With a focus on our vision statement, "Celebrating life and learning together," we encourage curiosity, critical thinking, and a thirst for knowledge.
  • Active Parent Association: Our FLBSA (Friends of Langford Budville School Association) is a vibrant parent association that plays an active role in fundraising and supporting our school's initiatives. All parents and carers are welcome to get involved and contribute to enhancing the school experience.

We invite you to explore our website to learn more about Langford Budville Church of England Primary School. If you have any questions or would like to arrange a visit, our friendly staff are here to assist you. Join our school family and embark on an exciting educational journey with us. We look forward to meeting you in person!

Langford Budville CofE Primary School
Roots to Grow, Wings to Fly

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Langford Budville C of E Primary School

Langford Budville


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Our team of educators and specialist staff leading the way

Our Senior Leadership Team

Our team of leaders creating an inclusive and diverse workforce dedicated to delivering excellence

Mr Jonathan Moise-Souch

Head Of School - Langford Budville | Designated Safeguarding Lead

Mrs Naomi Philp

Executive Headteacher for the Moorland Federation | Designated Federation Safeguarding Lead

Mrs Helen Hickman

Federation Business Manager | Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

Mrs Lizi Pravato

Federation Business Manager | Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

Mrs Rosy Arch

Central Business Administrator | PA to Executive Head | Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

Children with Superpowers

Understanding and providing adequate care and support for children with different abilities and levels of education is a key part of our mission to deliver excellence across the federation. All our schools are setup to ensure the highest level of care for those with disabilities, special education needs and assisted learning.

Cutcombe First School Children


See our frequently asked questions across a range of subjects from everyday school attendance to special trips, extra curricular activities and admissions.

Can my child wear jewellery in school?

We ask that pupils do not wear jewellery in school.

What do I do if my child is prescribed medication?

If your child needs to have medication at school you must complete a form at the school office. We ask that medication at school is kept to a minimum and if antibiotics are prescribed for less than four times a day we suggest this can be organised out of school time. All medication held on school premises is kept locked and secure.

What is Dyspraxia?

What is Dyspraxia? Dyspraxia is a form of development coordination disorder (DCD) affecting fine and/or gross motor coordination in children and adults. It may also affect speech.


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