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St Andrew's Southgate

Primary School (CE)

'Do justice, love kindness and walk humbly with your God' Micah 6 : 8

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Our Curriculum vision


At St. Andrew’s we aim to work with parents to prepare pupils to become productive, thoughtful and responsible members of the society. We achieve this through a rich and engaging curriculum designed to promote critical thinking and to develop a lifelong love of learning. Our core values of respect and faith help pupils to develop their character, build resilience and take their place as global citizens capable of making a meaningful and positive impact in their lives and the lives of others.


If you require further information regarding the curriculum, please contact the school office:

Academic Year









African Drumming

Each class will be focusing on one particular famous individual:


Reception:     Winnie Harlow - model
Year 1:           Lorraine Pascale - chef
Year 2:           Winnie Mandela - activist
Year 3:           Serena Williams - tennis player
Year 4:           Aretha Franklin - singer
Year 5:           Dr Mae Jemison - astronaut
Year 6:           Sojourner Truth - activist



African Drumming Day 12th Oct 

Parent volunteers - black history talks to pupils


‚ÄčVisit the class pages at the end of half term to see examples of pupil's work 

Science Week 2021




Black History Month - October 2020 topics covered

Each class will be focusing on one particular famous individual and topic:


Reception:   Frank Bailey, with a focus on equality. 
Year 1:           Ainsley Harriott, with a focus on food.
Year 2:           Lenny Henry, with a focus on his charity work & the history of Red Nose Day. 
Year 3:           John Kent, with a focus on black activism
Year 4:           Craig David, with a focus on the history of black music. 
Year 5:           Diane Abbott, with a focus on black people in politics and law.
Year 6:           James Peter, with a focus on the history of black people in sport.