Girls’ Football: Deal Parochial 0 St Mary’s 1

On a very cold 28th January, Deal Parochial’s girls’ football team played an entertaining match verses St Mary’s, Deal. Our team played with great commitment and team spirit throughout. Both teams went close to scoring in the first half; Alisha’s Continue reading

Christingle Service 2018

  On 19th December, Year 3 led our Christingle Service which included blessings from Reverend Flewker.  The children in Year 3 lit Christingles during our collective worship ‘A Peaceful Christmas.’ They spoke about the Christmas story and the birth of the Continue reading

Christmas Jumpers and Poetry Day

On Monday 17th December, Deal Parochial held a Silly Christmas Jumper and Poetry Recital Event. Everyone got in the festive spirit by wearing an assortment of Christmas sparkle. Each class had learnt a poem which they recited in front of Continue reading

Girls’ Football: Deal Parochial 0 Whitecliffs 0

On Wednesday 12th December, the girls’ football team hosted Whitecliffs Primary School in a league fixture. This was an evenly contested match with few openings due to the fantastic work rate and tackling by all players.  The few chances we made Continue reading

Christmas Dinner Day 2018

Lots of party hats and cracker jokes added to a wonderful Christmas atmosphere last Wednesday lunchtime…. the children thoroughly enjoyed their school Christmas dinner. We had roasted turkey with stuffing, roast potatoes and lots of vegetables. The best part though was the Christmas Tree ice-creams Continue reading

Nativity 2018

On Thursday 13th December, Year 2 led the school in our annual Nativity service at St George’s Church.  This year, the Christmas story was told by the Shiniest Star and a whole host of other characters including a Clever Donkey and a Wicked Continue reading

Indoor Athletics – Kent Schools’ Games’ Qualifier

  A team of boys and girls, from years 5 and 6 at Deal Parochial, participated in the Dover Schools’ Games’ Indoor Athletics Tournament on Friday 7th December. Thirteen primary schools took part in this event, which was held at the Dover Leisure Centre. Many high intensity running Continue reading

Victorian Day in Year 2.

Year 2 thoroughly enjoyed their Victorian Day in school, last Thursday. The children came into school in their Victorian attire and their school routine was changed to reflect the Victorian era. They particularly enjoyed playing parlour games before lunch.