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St Andrew's Southgate

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

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Art Week February 2022! Year 6 have been learning about traditional African printing techniques for art and have created their own printing blocks to print on fabric. We discovered that African art uses geometric patterns, symbols and natural themes with repeated sequences. We also observed the use muted, earthy tone colours too. Carina and Naima brought in their beautiful traditional African clothing for us to examine too!

NSPCC NUMBER DAY 2022! We played number games and learnt fascinating number facts from Coach Antony and Mr Mason!

This term we are studying 'FArTHER' by Grahame Baker Smith. We really enjoy working collaboratively in English to generate high quality vocabulary, phrases and sentences. Year 6 are becoming experts in understanding visual imagery in illustrations!

Year 6 took part in a very interesting maths investigation from the team are Explore Learning. We learnt how to work systematically and used budgets to make our shapes good value for money.

Christmas Drama from The West End in schools workshop! We had a fantastic interactive workshop from The West End in Schools company! The children were able to work in groups to produce Christmas themed freeze frames and play drama games! It was great fun!

Share My Learning! It was great to perform in front of our families. We have learnt so much this term and I am sure you will agree that our performance and presentation was very sharp and we enjoyed singing at the end too!

Sketching our amazing Anderson Shelters as part of our Art and History topic. We took time to observe and create detailed sketches of our creations.

Guests from Beaumont House making Christmas boxes with our class. We were honoured by a visit from 2 elderly guests today and together we decorated Christmas charity boxes and had wonderful conversations!

We had such an enjoyable experience at our WW2 day st school! We learnt so many historical facts and took part in an interactive drama performance. It really brought our history topic to life and helped us to understand what life was like for children during the war.

Today (18th November 2021) we had a fascinating whole school assembly from the Magical Minds theatre company. Through the media of drama, music and dance, the children learnt about how our brains work and how we can express our emotions and feelings. Y6 also participated in a dance workshop to further explore this theme.

For computing this term Y6 are learning about how data is encrypted and stored on QR codes and bar codes. We also used a program called PADLET to create digital pin boards with research on our history topic of WW2. PADLET allows the user to share pin boards via QR codes too.

Anti Bullying Week 2021. We had a wonderful whole school assembly to help understand why bullying is wrong and how we can all help each other to be kind to everyone.

Armistice Day 2021. For Remembrance day we made poppies and our whole school observed the 2 minutes silence. Mr Mason read a war poem called 'In Flanders Fields' To help us to think about all the people who sacrificed so much for us to live in peace and freedom. Lest We Forget.

All Saints Day at St Andrew's Church! Our banner of St Catherine of Alexandria was magnificent and we enjoyed learning about the life and qualities of many different Saints

As part of our celebrations for Black History Month we took part in a special webinar with authors and musicians who helped us learn about the achievements of people from a variety of backgrounds and cultures. John Gilbert led an assembly on BHM and showed us art work from other schools in Enfield

We had a magnificent African Drumming session as part of our learning for Black History Month! Mila was our teacher and we learnt about the rhythms and beats of traditional African Drumming. We had a fantastic time and had 2 whole school assemblies

We had a special visit from Mr Mason and Mrs Rahman for National Poetry Day 2021! They read and performed a selection of very interesting poems! We really enjoyed their sessions!

We have been learning about codes and ciphers as part of our learning for IT this term. We learnt about the team of British scientists and engineers at Bletchley Park who helped to decode the Enigma machine during WW2.

Celebrating Harvest Festival at St Andrew's Church









End of year 6 - 2020/21

Year 6 letter - Educational visit on 12 July 2021

Leaver's hoodie letter and order form







Number Day 2021! Year 6 had a fun maths filled day where we learnt about number sequences, the Fibonacci spirals and how puzzles are created using numbers. We even had a go together at the parent maths question.

Rosie tells tales! We had a fantastic interactive workshop with Rosie who helped Y6 to understand how to create empathy for characters when composing a story.

Mental Health Awareness Week! Mental Health Awareness Week takes place from 10 to 16 May 2021. This year, we were invited to immerse ourselves in the '5 Ways to Wellbeing', while reconnecting with nature across the week. The areas we focused on are: • Connect • Be Active • Take Notice • Keep Learning • Give. The main activity we completed to was to build a den/camp using natural resources. We worked in teams to take notice of the environment around us and connect with each other to produce our designs. This activity also gave us the opportunity to be active and learn about the world around us.

ART - Under the theme of 'togetherness' we each designed our own cube to represent ourselves, we then joined them together to create a class piece of art. The colours and geometric design are eye-catching!

Year 6 have been enjoying our school library. We spent time in the quiet space catching up with our favourite books. We also started a book club to recommend books we have loved reading.

Science - We investigated ​meteors and impact craters; in particular we tested how the width and depth of an impact crater is effected by the size and weight of the meteor. This experiment related to the innovative work of NASA and the recent landing of the Perseverance Rover on Mars.

Additionally, we mixed milk, food colouring and washing-up liquid to visualise the bonding properties of these ingredients - the chemical reactions were fascinating to witness and gave us a better understanding of how the world works.

SCHOOL CLOSURE - online learning


Weekly Timetable - Mon 14th December 2020

Online Learning

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Art - We looked at the artist Henri Rousseau and his paintings of the rainforest. We then created our own versions of his art work, replicating his style, using oil pastels.

Geography - In our Geography lesson we researched the biomes of the world. We then worked as a group to present our findings to the class.

Black History - We studied the origins of the Notting Hill carnival and designed our own headdresses.

Our local community schools police officer, PC Simon did a fantastic workshop for Y5 and Y6 on keeping safe in our local area.

Topic - Save the rain forest. As part of our learning about the rainforest we learned about what we can do to protect the plants and animals. We produced posters in groups to share our knowledge with others.

Science - Using Microscopes. As part of our learning in Science we used microscopes to investigate gut bacteria.




2019-2020 YEAR 5



Week 12 (week beginning 29th June 2020 - Summer Term 2)

Week 11 (week beginning 22nd June 2020 - Summer Term 2)

Week 10 (week beginning 15th June 2020 - Summer Term 2)

Week 9 (week beginning 8th June 2020 - Summer Term 2)

Week 8 (week beginning 1st June 2020 - Summer Term 2)


Optional half term Holiday Activity Pack

This is a collection of holiday activities to do inside or outside with your family. There's lots of ideas including a nature trail, snakes and ladders using your stairs, alongside some fun facts about Japan.​ The booklet is produced by GetSet Tokyo to get us ready for next year's Olympics.

Video message from Mrs Rahman

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Forest School

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Here's another easy, fun and educational nature activity! 🌿💚

This is a great way to explore shapes while interacting with nature, building spatial awareness and fine motor skills! For this easy activity, all you need are sticks and rubber bands.

First, create 2D shapes with your sticks. How many shapes can you make? What are they called? Next, make flat 3D shapes. Then, challenge yourself to make 3D models of each shape using rubber bands to connect your sticks. Finally, use your imagination to transform your models into something new (tiny houses, space ships, boats, etc.)!

Week 7 (week beginning 18th May 2020 - Summer Term 1)

Assembly - VE Day

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Week 6 (week beginning 11th May 2020 - Summer Term 1)

Video message from Jude (Forest School)

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St. Andrew's staff video message

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Week 5 (week beginning 4th May 2020 - Summer Term 1)

The Baked Potato Song - by Father Edd

Week 4 (week beginning 27th April 2020 - Summer Term 1)

Video message from Mr Mason

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Week 3 (week beginning 20th April 2020)

Coronavirus - a book for children

Easter Break (6-17 March): Fun Easter activity/homework - (Optional)

Week 2 (week beginning 30th March 2020)

Week 1 (week beginning 23rd March 2020)

The Great Wave of Plastic. Year 5 were inspired by The Great Wave off Kanagawa to create their own artwork. We have been learning about renewable energy and the amount of pollution in our seas. We sketched and painted in collaboration to produce a striking image of a wave of plastic in the ocean. Our focus was on proportion, colour mixing and brush strokes.

Maths Investigation - As part of our maths lessons we took part in an investigation competition sponsored by explore learning and the National history museum. We worked in pairs to complete calculations, which solved clues, that in turn helped us navigate the shortest and longest routes through the museum. Two specialist maths teachers also visited to help us in completing our work.

Forces - Air resistance. We have been studying forces in our science lessons. We investigated the effects of air resistance and designed our own parachutes. We tested which design produced the slowest decent and evaluated our findings.

As part of our recent RE topic on Islam we visited Palmers Green Mosque. We saw a real copy of the Qur'an, and learnt about the significant features of the mosque. An Imam also showed us Arabic writing and explained how it is read from left to right. Geometric art is used to decorate the mosque. Muslims also pray 5 times a day.

In financial literacy lessons we had two people from Metro Bank visit us. We completed a MoneyZone booklet and then also had the opportunity to visit the bank. They showed us many safety deposit boxes and we learnt about savings, interest and budgeting.

Saxophone Concert - We have been learning a number of songs and developing our ability to read music. It was great fun to show our parents our newly learnt skills.

Forest School - This term we have been going to the forest to extend our learning in science and explore the world around us.