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St Andrew's Southgate

Primary School (CE)

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Welcome to the gallery!

Please enjoy browsing the photographs & videos below

to give you a flavour of life at St Andrew's Southgate school.

 

Achievment Assembly - 5 March 2021

John Gilbert's Assembly - 4 March 2021

The World Book Day Song by MC Grammar

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Achievement Assembly - 26 February 2021

John Gilbert's Assembly - 25 February 2021

Father Edd's Assembly - 25 February 2021

Father Edd's Pancake Assembly - 16 February 2021

Achievement Assembly 12 February 2021

Story time with Father Edd - But Martin!

John Gilbert - 11 February 2021

John Gilbert - 4 February 2021

Achievement Assembly 5 February 2021

Achievement Assembly 29 January 2021

John Gilbert's Assembly 29 January 2021

Achievement Assembly 22 January 2021

John Gilberts Assembly 21 January 2021

Achievement Assembly 15 January 2021

John Gilbert Assembly 13 Jan 2021

Achievement Assembly - 8 January 2021

John Gilbert's Assembly - 8 January 2021

End of term assembly - 18 December 2020

John Gilbert Christmas Assembly

Achievement Assembly - 17 July 2020

Achievement Assembly - 10 July 2020

Year 6 Assembly

Achievement assembly 26 June 2020

Achievement assembly 19th June

Forest School - Week commencing 15 June 2020

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Assembly - Friday 12 June 2020

Forest School - Week commencing 8 June 2020

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This week in Forest School the program was again designed with wellbeing and social connection being at the center. We used more mindfulness exercises which helped us notice nature and feel calm. We tried a humming bee breath to regulate our breathing which children found so calming they wanted to repeat again next week. ‘Sit spot’, a Japanese practice used in Shinrin Yoko, Forest Bathing meant children found 5 minutes of stillness and wrote their observations in nature journals or just observed.

Otherwise, we built habitats, made up new games, climbed trees, discussed our right to a name, balanced, asked questions, tie dyed fabric with raspberries, found huge spiders!, used tools safely, made plans for next week - our final week.

A busy and brilliant day!

Father Edd's Assembly - Compassion and Black Lives Matter 9 June 2020

First Outdoor Achievement Assembly - 5th June 2020

 

 

Forest School - Week commencing 1 June 2020

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This week at forest school we played games to get used to the space we needed to adopt - physical distancing. We shared how we were feeling today using natural objects and used mindfulness exercises to tune into our environment. Some of Group A chose to begin the journal we are keeping at Forest School, poems were made titled ‘Forest School, a good time in hard times’, plants and trees were identified. Jude loved being invited to play a game with some students, they shared the rules and were excellent teachers.

Some physical energy was acquired, we used the slack line to work on our balance. We used tools for green wood work - drilling holes and whittling some hazel to make a Spinner. We discussed and practiced Growth Mindset, working hard at things which challenged us, encouraging our friends and persevering.

We used handwashing stations around the field to wash our hands frequently, we had our own tools, folders for recording equipment and mats to sit on. We felt safe and happy that we could come to school. Children shared their gratitude for each other, for the sun, the birds, the teachers who had seen them today.

Until next week!


1st week at school

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We have been raising money for the NSPCC to help children all over the country. As a school, we took part in a Number Day to promote maths and enjoy numeracy activities. There was also a competition to see who could produce the best number/maths themed hat. The winners received a puzzle book.

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