In October 2017, Deal Parochial’s School Choir joined the All Souls Orchestra, conducted by Noel Tredinnick, at St. George’s Church for a magical musical evening -Prom Praise.
‘An inspirational night of music and worship.’
‘(My Child) was really inspired by the whole experience and hasn’t stopped talking about it since waking up this morning. My father in law, who isn’t normally a church going person, said it was the best evening out he’d had in years!’
‘Another amazing opportunity for our children.’ (Year 4 Parent)
Our Harvest Celebrations
Children enjoy taking part in our annual harvest-themed art day, as well as celebrating Harvest Festival at St Leonard’s Church in Deal.
Spirituality of Christmas
Excitement – Hope – New Beginnings – Joy – Peace – Love (click here to view more in our gallery)
Our Christmas Nativity
Each year, Year 2 leads our Nativity service at St George’s Church in Deal. In 2018, the Christmas story was told by the Shiniest Star and a whole host of other characters including a Clever Donkey and a Wicked Herod. As always, Year 1 and year R supported the Nativity singing with great enthusiasm. The Recorder Club and the School Choir also performed at the festivities.
Our Christingle Service
Each year, Year 3 leads the Christingle Service at school on the final day of term before Christmas.
In 2018, Year 3 lit Christingles during our collective worship entitled ‘A Peaceful Christmas.’ They spoke about the Christmas story and the birth of the Prince of Peace and explained how Christian Aid is working towards bringing peace to many people around the world.
God Being With Us Through Our Emotions
Understanding that God is there for us, no matter how we are feeling.
Our Easter Crosses
In 2019, Makayla (Y2) inspired us to make our Easter Crosses from recycled rubbish. Everything used to make her cross was found on the beach between Deal Pier and the Lifeboat Station; she really enjoyed collecting the rubbish as it helped ‘Make our lovely beach look good’ and ‘It will also help prevent marine life and other animals from getting hurt’.
These were set up for a morning in July and allowed our children to reflect on current world issues, as well as being good global neighbours.