Langdon Academy

Langdon Academy: An all through education for ages 3-16

Executive Principal
Dr Dayo Olukoshi OBE
Mr Jamie Brooks


Useful links

National Careers Service
A careers website with job profiles


Which qualifications would suit you?

Study Programmes

Choosing where to study or train

Open Days and Events

Barclays Life Skills

Helps you gain the skills and experiences you need to enter the world of work


Real stories to inspire your career including career videos, job information and ideas for the future

Create a profile to help to collate useful information

’60 second interviews’ giving profile of professionals

Take the ‘Buzz’ personality profile quiz.

Target Careers

Summaries of different career pathways




Guidance on choosing your career

Sort Your Future

Organises over 1000 job types based on your interests and strengths

Career Alchemy

Helping you to make the right career choices

Career Pilot
Your choices at 16 with guidance on how to select post-16 options Plan your study & work and explore routes to different qualifications and job sectors. Career tools to help you decide.

Guidance on writing your CV and cover letters with exemplars

Career Zones
Find out all about the different jobs you can do, what to study and how to get there

How 2 Become
View careers by Industry

Russell Group

Represents 24 leading universities, source of careers information & advice including ‘informed choices’ a downloadable guide to making post 16 choices.

A Guide to Apprenticeships

Being an Apprentice – the opportunities, benefits and future prospects

The Apprenticeship Guide

Search by industry sector, subject, interest, skill, level or salary


Year 8 Visit to University of Oxford, Wadham College

As part of the ‘Into University’ programme a large group of Year 8 students visited the University of Oxford on Friday 23rd November 2018. Wadham College students were guides (two were from East London) for the day and shared detailed life experiences and expectations at the University.Langdon student's then participated in a debate organised by the Into University programme.

Student comments  

“We had an amazing experience during the Into University trip. We learnt a great amount about life in higher education. We also improved our teamwork skills and confidence during the debate”        Yasime Bertoncello 8L4 "I was inspired by the students at the University of Oxford because they discussed different courses and subjects we could study. My personal goal is to study Architecture at University”         Mateen Asad 8N2


 Year 7 Into University Secondary FOCUS programme

Into University works in partnership with local schools and colleges, aiming to inspire and support young people to realise their full potential.

The Secondary FOCUS programme is a set of workshops which provide information and support about career opportunities, Higher Education and future aspirations whilst helping with the school work.

Our first all-day workshop for Year 7 students was on Thursday 6th December 2018. The programme was held at the Into University centre in East Ham.


Year 11 Progression Evening

We had over 40 post-16 providers at the annual event on Wednesday 21st November 2018. Year 11 students were able to meet and discuss KS5 options with a range of different type of providers, such as colleges, sixth forms, apprenticeships and traineeships.