How do we provide a rich curriculum?
We are delighted to be able to offer an ‘outstanding programme of subjects’ which enable our pupils to ‘develop excellent skills in reading, writing and mathematics, while at the same time growing as individuals’.
Our children have ‘unparalleled opportunities to learn new and stimulating skills and to take their skills to an unusually high level’. They have ‘remarkable opportunities to explore such history topics as the Great Fire of London through the medium of art by working with professional artists in their studio. Pupils learn exceptionally well because they receive the finest teaching, not just from their class teachers, but also from specialist teachers, such as French, drama and music teachers, who ensure that pupils’ learning is of exceptional quality.
Taken together with the rich programme of trips and visits to places of interest, pupils at the school learn skills that prepare them exceptionally well for the next stage of schooling’. OFSTED 2014
In addition to this we promote wider participation in such activities as dance, swimming and cricket.
A Good Shepherd school day
Bell rings at 8.55am
Key Stage 1: 10.30 - 10.45am
Year 3 and Year 4: 10.45 - 11.00am
Year 5 and Year 6: 11.00 - 11.15am
Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1: 11.45am - 12.45pm
Year 3: 12.00 - 1.00pm
Year 4 - Year 6: 12.30 - 1.30pm
School day ends at 3.15pm
Whole school assembly: Mondays at 9am
Class led assemblies: Wednesdays at 9am on specified dates
Whole school praise assembly: Fridays at 9am
Music at Good Shepherd
In addition to class music lessons we offer pupils the opportunity to learn a variety of musical instruments.
At The Good Shepherd, we work with a company called Pelican Music. For more information and prices please contact the school office.
Through Pelican, lessons can be arranged for your child to learn:
Guitar and Drums is taught in small groups to children in Years 1 - 6 on Fridays by Ashley Hall.
*Please note that lessons are taught during the school day as per a set timetable. Places for all music lessons are limited and there are waiting lists in place. For more information or to sign up for lessons, please see the office*
“The school’s commitment towards developing pupil’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural qualities is second to none.” OFSTED March 2014
020 8743 5060
The Good Shepherd Primary School
35 Gayford Road, London, W12 9BY