Christingle 2019

On 18th December, Year 3 led our Christingle Service. The children in Year 3 lit Christingles during our collective worship ‘Far From Home.’ They spoke about the Christmas story and the birth of the Prince of Peace and explained how Continue reading

Election for Student Council

To coincide with the general election Deal Parochial students all took part in the election of a Student Council. Everyone voted democratically after some rallying from three Year 6 candidates who all presented manifestos to the whole school. As a Continue reading

Making Homemade Batteries in After-School Science Club.

The second round of Science Club sessions involved making and testing homemade batteries. The children inserted galvanised nails and penny coins into cucumber segments. Then, using voltmeters, they discovered that this set-up was generating a small amount of elecrticity. By Continue reading

Canterbury Cathedral – Year 2

Grasshoppers had a wonderful day exploring the Cathedral looking for signs of Christmas, linked to our Understanding Christianity Unit as well as taking part in workshops where we made Pilgrims Christmas Badges, Quill Certificates and stained class pictures. See more Continue reading

Pantivity 2019

On Thursday 28th November, the whole school walked to Deal Community Church to enjoy this year’s Pantivity, “Job and Jingle”. This fantastic production by a national theatre company was a real treat, captivating all the children -young and old alike -with festive panto fun, Continue reading

English Heritage Project – Year 5

Year 5 have been taking part in a special project run by English Heritage called ‘Myths and Legends’. They explored tales of the local area, including ‘The Lady Lovibond’ and ‘The Lost Island of Lomea’, and used these to inspire Continue reading

NSPCC Anti-Bullying ‘Power of One’

On Friday 22 November children at Deal Parochial C of E Primary watched the ‘Power of One’ Show presented by the NSPCC about Anti-Bullying. Children learned all about verbal, physical and cyber bullying. The presenters role played different scenarios as the Continue reading