Online Payments

Please click below to be taken to the online payments system.

 SCOPAY is now available as a mobile app

The mobile app (for payments) is now available to download on the Android and Apple Stores for SCOPAY.

This allows you to pay for trips, books and cashless catering. You can also go between accounts if you have more than one.

Below is the link for the Android Store so you can see some screenshots.


Paying for a trip or books at the same time as cashless catering

  • When you make a payment for cashless catering online at the same time as paying for any trips or books, you will be asked to input your card details twice. 
  • This is because the bank account for cashless catering is managed by Aspens so you are making one payment to their account and then one payment to the school bank account for trips or books. 
  • If you log out after having only entered your card details in once you will not have paid for the second item
  • You will receive a separate receipt for each total purchase; one for cashless catering and one for any trips or books bought.

Payment Refunds

  • Langtree School Finance office is now able to process any refunds due back to the card you paid with for trips and books. 
  • The refund will be processed within 1 – 2 weeks of the refund having been agreed with Finance. 
  • If you have a query about a payment for cashless catering, you need to raise this with the Finance department but we cannot action the refund. We will pass the query onto Aspens who will be able to process it.

Ordering books online

When paying for revision guides and workbooks online please note the following: 

  • Once you’ve checked you are ordering the correct books based on the code shown on your letter, select the quantity of books required from the left hand side of the screen. 
  • This will populate the right hand total price box. Select Add To Basket and the books will be transferred to your basket. You can then make the payment.

If you require a password or have any queries about the payment you wish to make please email:

More details about online payments can be found HERE





Students, staff and governors are celebrating yet another excellent year of GCSE results at Langtree School. In a year in which the new 9 – 1 GCSE specifications have been adopted in almost all subjects, results at Langtree remained consistently high even in the context of students taking the more challenging examinations, and the Class of 2018 secured exceptional results which matched the best the school has ever known.

The 2018 cohort is the largest the school has ever taken through to the final examinations in Year 11, with 137 students in the year group. Overall, 77% of students achieved the Basics Measure of English and Mathematics at level 4 or above, and over half did so at level 5 or above. This measure alone equals the very best basics measure the school has ever achieved.

Furthermore, 74% of the cohort secured at least five GCSE passes at 9 – 4 including English and Maths, which represents the second best measure the school has ever achieved, even with the introduction of the new, more challenging examinations.

The proportion of the cohort eligible for the EBacc and who achieved the measure was 72% with standard passes at level 4 and above, and 56% with strong passes at level 5 and above. Attainment 8 score was in line with previous high levels at 51, and the Progress 8 score was an extremely pleasing positive score of +0.29, which indicates that overall, students at Langtree achieved on average almost one third of a grade higher than expected in their GCSE subjects.

At the top end of the ability range, results were consistent with previous years of excellent outcomes. 26% of all grades were awarded at 9 – 7, the equivalent of A*/A. Amongst the high flyers in the year group were Hazel Drury, Maddy Warren, Laurie Stevenson, Oscar Hewlett, Alex Ostridge, Saoirse Coveney, Erin Varnes, Ben Stodolnic, Laura Ogden, Craig Moran, Jessica Li, Mungo Leveroni and Tom Canning, all of whom achieved 8 or more GCSE passes at level 7 – 9, which are equivalent to the old A* and A grades. One student of particular note is Erin Varnes, who secured three nines in the core subjects of English Language, English Literature and Mathematics.

Outgoing Headteacher Rick Holroyd was keen to praise the efforts of students and staff alike.

‘These excellent GCSE results are a just reflection of the hard work put in by students and staff over many months at Langtree School. Yet again, the staff have gone above and beyond to help the students prepare for these very challenging examinations, and our students have responded by working very hard indeed.

Many thanks are due as well to our very loyal parents, who have supported their children and the school throughout the whole process.

Most importantly however, these excellent results will ensure successful progression for so many of our students onto their chosen pathways for post 16 courses and, on behalf of all the staff, I wish our students every success with the next phase of their education.’

In an academic year in which GCSE pass rates dipped across the country following the introduction of new examinations, students, parents and staff at Langtree were yet again able to celebrate another very impressive set of GCSE outcomes. 82% of the Class of 2017 achieved 5 good GCSE passes at A*-C, with 76% achieving five or more passes including English and Maths. The proportion of the cohort achieving the new Basics measure of a pass in English and Maths was 77%, and the proportion of all grades awarded overall at A*-C was 79%. In total 26% of the Year 11 cohort achieved the English Baccalaureate measure, or EBacc.

There were some extremely impressive outcomes amongst the top grades. 26% of all grades awarded were A* or A, and there were nine awards of the highest and most prestigious new level 9 within the cohort. Overall, eight students achieved five or more A* grades or equivalent. These were Hamsi Evans with 11, Isabel Carr 10, Izzy Arnfeld 7, Conrad Warren 7, Charles Norman 6, Rajveer Bal 6, Jimmy Gladwin 5 and Jess Arlett 5. Hamsi Evans excelled in this group of high achieving students, by securing the highest result of a level 9 in English Language, English Literature and Maths.

Headteacher Rick Holroyd was keen to praise the hard work of staff and students which led to such pleasing results. ‘Our headline attainment figures match the very best results the school has ever achieved, and to do this in a year when the pass rates have fallen nationally, is extremely impressive. I am so pleased for so many of our students who will now be able to progress to post 16 education with confidence and embark on their first choice options as a result of their hard work and commitment. Yet again, the staff have worked tirelessly to achieve these results and I am extremely grateful and appreciative of all the extra effort the staff have put in to ensure so many success stories for our students. Last but certainly not least, I would also like to thank our parents who have, yet again, been so supportive of the students and of the school over the last two years of KS4’.

Red Nose Competition Winners

red nose winners cropped
Guess the teacher in school photo comp
Abbey Taylor 11HC and Casey Bevins 11HE guessed 28 out of 43! They received a £20 Vue voucher.
Funny Face Cake Comp
KS4 winner: Tabitha Steel 11RB
KS3 winners were Ava Reynolds and Hazel Gainsford 7BA