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St. Andrew

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PE day is Tuesday - You are now allowed to wear your full PE uniform to school on your PE day. Details of our uniform policy can be found in the link below; ensure all uniform is labelled.

Please ensure you have a named water bottle in school every day.

Homework will be set on Thursday for return by Tuesday the following week.


Dates for your diary

Thursday 28th March - Last day of Term 4 - Gates open @ 1330

Easter Half Term - Friday 29th March to Friday 12th April

Monday 15th April - Term 5 - Gates open @ 0840

Monday 6th May - Bank Holiday

Friday 24th May - Last day of Term 5 - Gates open @ 1510

Monday 3rd June - Inset Day

Tuesday 4th June - Term 6 - Gates open @ 0840

Tuesday 23rd July - Term 6 Ends - Gates open @ 1330


class email:

Meet the Teacher - 18th September 2023

Useful Y5 Links

St Andrew

Class Responsibilities


 House Captains

Savio -  Lila F

Mercy - Lila M

Fisher - Carmel

Beckett - Roman



School Council

Tomi & Freya


Class Chaplains

Walter & Peace


Digital Leaders

Timmy & Imachim



Billie & Kian


Language Leaders

Dominic & Gianna


Attendance & Punctuality Leaders

Alafia & Jun 


Kindness Aware 10th May 2024 - This week our Kindness Award goes to Freya! Freya is a ray of sunshine. With her cheery disposition and genuine kindness, she effortlessly spreads joy wherever she goes. Freya’s thoughtfulness knows no bounds; she's always there with a kind word, a helping hand, or a thoughtful gesture to brighten someone's day. Whether it's a simple compliment or a heartfelt note, she understands that it's the little things that can make the biggest difference in someone's day. Keep being you, Freya!

Easter 2024

When all the class arrived in their PJ's this morning, it wasn't a crazy coincidence but in recognition of World Sleep Day. After a day of learning, St Andrews earned a well deserved snooze with a bedtime lullaby! Well done on full participation today to remind us of the importance of rest and sleep for our wellbeing! Back to bed St Andrews Class.

World Book Day 7th March 2024 - So many fantastic characters arrived in St Andrews today. We enjoyed a day of poetry, participated in a book swap and enjoyed a quiz to complete our day.

Term 4 -Chatham Dockyard. Today, St Andrew's were lucky to explore the now decommissioned 'spy' submarine, HMS Ocelot, and also the Royal Navy destroyer, HMS Cavalier. Our trip also took us below ground to experience a WW2 Air Raid Shelter before visiting a ropery and making rope together. What a great day, not even the rain could dampen our spirits!

In St Bartholomew’s, we are spoilt for choice when it comes to kindness. But today, we celebrate one pupil in Upper Key Stage 2, who we believe is deserving of the Kindness Award. For this pupil, kindness comes naturally in all that he does and to all whom he interacts with, from pupils to staff alike. From the polite "Good morning", to the "Have a nice break" nothing is too much. He consistently demonstrates a genuine desire to help others and shows patience and understanding in his actions. His impeccable manners shine while his polite demeanour makes him a fantastic role model for all his peers in St Andrews and beyond. Congratulations Tomi, you are deserving of the Kindness Award.

We celebrated St Brigid's Day on 1st February, by making the St. Brigid's Cross

A snapshot of our weekly music lesson with the wonderful Mrs Martin - this term we have been exploring Disco!

We were lucky enough to have RockSteady School of Music come visit us today, where we participated in a very exciting assembly. We explored and played a range of instruments, before Golden Stinky Racoons performed their cover version of Shotgun! Even more exciting to learn that from Term 4, Year 5 will learn an instrument as part of their band to showcase their skills in a concert later in the school year!

We celebrated Epiphany or La fête des Rois (The festival of the Kings) in French this week. Tradition sees the youngest child sit under the table and chooses who shares the traditional cake, La galette. If you find charm in your piece of galette you become the King or the Queen for the day! We had lots of laughs before we found and crowned our Queen (La reine) in St Andrews.

Young Voices - Not many get to say they have sung in the O2, but 48 of our Y4, Y5 and Y6 classes did just that on January 17th. What an extraordinary experience!

Young Voices - Not many get to say they have sung in the O2 arena, but 48 of our Y4, Y5 and Y6 classes did just that on January 17th. What an extraordinary experience!

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St Andrews were evacuees for the day and had lots of fun! We met our Billeting Officer who walked us to our school; we played pooh sticks in the river and explored playground games from the 1940's. In the classroom, we were taught to add up in Pounds, Shillings and Pence, before hearing an air raid siren and singing songs in an Anderson Shelter.