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14/06/21

We're all going on a summer holiday (or staycation) Year 1 are learning all about holidays in this term's topic. They have paddling pools, ice cream kiosks and sand to learn about the seaside. https://t.co/L0m330kThh

11/06/21

At the end of last half term we celebrated Good News at Southgate Here are our Year 6 Superstars. lead learners and respectful. We also had Spelling Shed and tT Rockstar winners https://t.co/YedBGarqFE

10/06/21

We celebrated Good News before half term. Teachers chose super learners and children that were respectful. Here are our youngest Good News Super Stars https://t.co/lagFXf5Pos

28/05/21

Our 4 and 5 year olds went on a bug hunt. They found woodlice, snails, slugs, worms, beetles and even a millipede. The children wrote down some words to describe the bugs they found. They said the woodlouse ‘is bumpy’ and 'tickly' https://t.co/c8h76MvEmj

27/05/21

Year 6, Horowitz Class made trancadis-effect vases in Art, inspired by the architect, Antoni Gaudi, who used broken bits of pottery to create this effect on the facades of his building designs. As you can see, they used paper mache and tissue paper to create the effect. https://t.co/khteR2Mu2i

22/05/21

We love art at Southgate. Year 4 have been printing, it takes great concentration. They are sampling their prints in their art book. https://t.co/mdttOseG5C

20/05/21

In Year 6, we have been designing houses using Tinkercad, a fantastic piece of 3D design software. We have learned to manipulate objects and have created some pretty wacky designs that we are adding to each week. https://t.co/7awCULjRE6

14/05/21

Year 1 have been learning about the tradition of Shabbat. This happens each week in Jewish households, it is Friday night dinner, when all the family come together. https://t.co/EKaO6fbJlD

13/05/21

Year 2 have been learning about Eid Happy Eid everyone from all of us at Southgate Primary https://t.co/AVWXlz0euF

07/05/21

When you are in Reception Class at Southgate Primary you learn maths in so many different ways - number, pattern, quantity and money. We love maths at Southgate https://t.co/rOJOvYZtZ5

03/05/21

London's Burning, London's Burning - Year 2 are excited to learn about the Great Fire of London as part of their history topic this half term. Just look at this display - all created by the year 2 team - children and staff. https://t.co/RaBnRxoyWc

30/04/21

We launched Spelling Shed in Years 1 to 6 at Southgate. This is a program designed to support spelling skills through games and competitions. Our teachers were busy bees helping us with our spellings. https://t.co/kfsWkz50zt

26/04/21

New learning about new life. Year 2 have been exploring seeds in science. https://t.co/hHOfabY8yw

14/04/21

At the end of term we celebrated our learning at Southgate. we awarded those children who worked extremely hard through the lockdown at home and at school. These children were our shining lights - well done. https://t.co/f8hRXPuSj8

07/04/21

At the end of each half term we have Good News Assembly where we celebrate school values. This half term we focused on who was resilient. We are proud of how these children face problems head on or never give up or are always positive. Well done Team Southgate https://t.co/17XrS06qTp

03/04/21

Southgate celebrating Autism Awareness Week https://t.co/09DdMmLVyb

02/04/21

Southgate ended Autism Awareness Week by expressing our uniqueness - what makes us us? We value all similarities and differences - everyone counts at Southgate https://t.co/DAndjClxok

01/04/21

Year 1 have read 'Whose Poop is That' as part of their science topic this term. Today they looked at animal poop! Donaldson Class were being scientists and exploring the difference between herbivores, omnivores and carnivores. Some of the children don't look very impressed! https://t.co/G8hJYP3Zw0

31/03/21

Celebrating uniqueness at Southgate Primary https://t.co/PAuN1eLdhR

26/03/21

Enjoying art in the sunshine at Southgate https://t.co/cEjHrNW4zH

Welcome to Southgate Primary School

Choosing the right school for your child’s education is an important decision.  At Southgate, we carefully consider what children will need to know in order to be successful in an ever-changing future. This includes what knowledge and skills they will need. Whilst we have high academic aspirations for all our children, it is equally important that they grow, learn and flourish into well-rounded individuals, with an intellectual curiosity to become good learners.

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