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.
Spring 2 (from 20th February 2023)
Spring Term 1 (January 2023)
Autumn 1 - Curriculum 2022/23
Summer 1 - Curriculum 2021/22
Spring 2 - Curriculum 2021/22
Spring 1 - Curriculum 2021/22
Autumn 2 - Curriculum 2021/22
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
Visit the class pages at the end of half term to see examples of pupil's work
Autumn 1 - Curriculum 2021/22
PE Timetable - commencing 2nd September
All children across the school are to wear their PE kit to school on days when they have PE.
There is no need to bring a change of clothes as the children will remain in their kit all day.
On days when they are not timetabled to have PE they will continue to wear full formal school uniform, as usual.
● Maroon shorts (summer)
● St. Andrew’s Southgate T-shirt
● Full maroon St. Andrew’s Southgate tracksuit
● Trainers (no football boots or brightly coloured trainers/Reception, no laces - velcro only)
Please view the curriculum overview templates below to see what your child will be learning on a week by week basis. Please note however that we adapt theses according to the needs of the children and they are therefore subject to change. Please use this information to support your child's learning at home.
The curriculum statement - equality, send,
For more information for what you child is learning please speak to your class teacher.
Summer 1 - 2021
Science Week 2021
Spring 1 - 2021
Autumn 2 - 2020/21
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.