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We wish you health and happiness from all at Southgate Primary School.


Happy holidays from all at Southgate Primary.


Our 4 and 5 year olds sang their hearts out at the end of term concert for Parents. The Parents did a mean Reindeer Hokey Cokey too!


Mary had a baby, yes Lord, Mary had a baby, yes my Lord.Key Stage 1 presented the Christmas Nativity to Parents and Carers - a wonderful performance.


A festive time was had by all on Christmas Dinner Day!


Well done boys! Great team spirit and a determination to succeed. We are all proud of you.


We thoroughly enjoyed our author visit. We read the story, created our own character and did illustrations too.


Well done Southgate for your team spirit and tenacity at the netball tournament last week. Those smiles say it all (this was before it got dark and poured with rain!)


We are thrilled to invite Danielle Verbeeten into Southgate to talk about her super book Eddie the Elf. Danielle is the author and illustrator. There will be an opportunity to buy this wonderful book and have it autographed by Danielle herself. We can't wait!


We are striving to improve in all we do. Look at these resilient writers who persevere to do their best.


We wore dots, spots and stripes for Children in Need 2022.


Southgate launched Anti-bullying week with an Odd Sock Day. Here are Year 2 and Year 6 showing off their mismatched pairs!


Years 1 to 6 held a 1 minute silence to commemorate Remembrance Day today. Our Reception Classes learned about poppies!


We spend as much time as possible in the Learning Garden at Southgate. We don't have to be inside to learn here!


Look who has been working extremely hard and received a Good News Certificate. we were looking out for super learners and those children who are co-operative with others, all the time.I am super proud of them all.


Welcome back to school everyone!We're having a musical time in Donaldson Class.


Don't forget, the clocks go back an hour this evening! Get your alarms ready for school on Monday


A super first half term at Southgate, always proud of our children and their achievements.


Year 3 have been studying the Stone Age in History and found an interesting way to reperesent this prehistoric and neolithic structure.Stonehenge in biscuit form!


We are part of GLF Schools who has its 10 year anniversary today. We dressed as our favourite sports personalities, actors and singers (plus some super heroes thrown in for good measure)We are proud to be part of this family of schools.#GLFis10

Home School Agreement

Home School Agreement

A place where excellence, pride and ambition is at the heart of all we do.

Aspiration - Respect - Resilience - Co-operation

The purpose of the Home School Agreement is to strengthen the partnership between parents and carers and the school to maximise children’s learning and happiness.

Pupils will:

  • Follow and use the 4 school values, demonstrating good behaviour
  • Attend school and arrive on time, bringing all the equipment needed
  • Wear the school uniform with pride and look tidy
  • Do all class work and homework as best as I can
  • Look after my own and other people’s property
  • Walk to school safely and sensibly whenever possible
  • Follow the e-safety code of conduct


Families will:

  • Support their child to follow the school’s values and expectations of work and behaviour
  • Model the expected behaviours in school, online and the local community
  • Ensure their child’s full and regular attendance at school on time
  • Notify the school early on the first day of the reason for their child’s absence
  • Ensure children arrive with the correct equipment and in full uniform
  • Support their child in the school work they are expected to do at home
  • Tell the school about any circumstances which may affect their child
  • Walk to school, where possible, and if using the car, park considerately
  • Attend parents’ evening and discussion about their child’s progress


The School will:

  • Provide a safe, caring, happy and stimulating environment for learning
  • Promote our vision and values
  • Value and respect each child as an individual
  • Set high expectations of work and behaviour, and recognise all round achievement
  • Encourage children to do their best and promote a positive attitude to work
  • Inform parents of their child’s progress
  • Provide parents with information about what goes on in school
  • Contact parents if there is a concern about attendance, behaviour, progress or equipment        
  • Work in partnership with parents, informing them about attendance, behaviour, progress and uniform
  • We will welcome parents into the school to celebrate achievements         


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Charlotte Taylor, Head of School