On Tuesday 20th December, led by music teacher Mrs Spencer, pupils from Year 4, 5 & 6 who sing in the school choir visited the Deal Centre for the retired to sing Christmas carols and entertain their guests.
I’m extremely proud of our boys and girls who took part in the Dover School games Athletics competition, which was held at Dover Leisure Centre. We finished 4th out of nine schools, which was 2 places better than last year. The events … Continue reading
On Tuesday 15th December KS1 performed their Nativity “It’s a Baby”. All the children performed brilliantly, showing off their acting and singing skills, bringing the story of the birth of Jesus to life.
On 7th December Goldfinch Class (Y2) was transformed into a Victorian School for the day. All the children and teachers dressed up ready to learn about school, Christmas, parlour games and even took part in a Victorian PE lesson! We all had … Continue reading
Sir Roger Manwood’s Maths Competition 2016 On Thursday 8th December, Kian S, Rhys W, Daniel M and Kate H represented the school at the annual Sir Roger Manwood’s Maths Challenge. When the children arrived, they found their table and got on with the … Continue reading
On Wednesday 7th December, Year 5 at Deal Parochial School were visited by KuriKindi, an indigenous Amazonian Shaman for the Kichwa tribe who live deep in the Amazonian rainforest in Ecuador. KuriKindi was born into a traditional shamanic family drawing on … Continue reading
Four KS2 pupils took part in a ‘Deal Learning Alliance’ Primary School Grammar Competition on Tuesday 6th December. Our school competed against Kingsdown and Ringwould, St Margaret’s, and St Mary’s. Our star pupils; Rosie Mae, Elena Skye, Ellie P and Kate … Continue reading
Girls’ Football Report by Kate H, Year 6. On the 1st December, Deal Parochial Girls’ Football team played away against St Mary’s in Deal and won 4-0. Two goals were scored by Katelyn and the other two by Leyana and … Continue reading
In our first league match of the season, our girls footballers put in a fine performance to win 3-0 against a battling White Cliffs side, who to their credit, competed right until the final whistle. Our girls, who were wearing … Continue reading
On Friday 14th November 2016, we had a ‘Bright, Blinding and Bonkers Day’ to support Children in Need. Everyone dressed in their own, bonkers, clothes to help support the charity. The school was like a rainbow; everyone looked different! They … Continue reading