Science Club

Kitchen Science Club Makes and Tests Homemade Batteries. The children inserted galvanised nails and penny coins into lemons and then connected them up with numerous alligator clip wires to illuminate LEDs.  The lemon batteries were also tested with a voltmeter, Continue reading

Deal Town Time Detectives

On Friday 3rd March, Parochial children participated in a guided walk led by Bill Butler. Children from other local primary schools joined the walk, which explored the history of the Royal Marines  in the locality. The children showed great enthusiasm Continue reading

World Book Day

On Thursday 2nd March children participated in World Book Day by dressing up as their favourite characters. The school was filled with characters from a range of books such as traditional tales and fairy stories, pirate adventures, Mr Twit and Continue reading

Conductor Visit

On Wednesday 1st March children in the school choir had the pleasure of working with the Conductor, Noel Tredinnick’  in preparation for their Royal Albert Hall performance.  Noel is a world class conductor and musician and it was a huge honour Continue reading

Safer Internet Day

On Tuesday 7th February, we took part in Safer Internet Day – Be the Change: Unite for a better Internet. KS1 and KS2 each held an assembly for parents to present what they had learnt about how to be safe Continue reading

Kitchen Science Club

Science Club commenced this week, with Year 5 & 6 pupils learning about acids and bases! Red cabbage water was prepared by the children and then used to indicate the acidic and basic properties of a range of household liquids by Continue reading

Literacy Puppet Show

On Wednesday 11th January Goldfinches and Kestrels took part in a Puppet Workshop led by Creative Entertainment.  They began by watching the puppets perform magic tricks using volunteers from the audience.  In year group workshops, each child had the opportunity to create a Continue reading


On 21st December Year 3 led our Christingle Service which included blessings from Father Ian (St Andrew’s Church) and Mr Bruce Watson (Youth Minister at St George’s Church and School Governor). The children in Year 3 lit Christingles that they had Continue reading