Our Year 5 Panda class have been learning to play the trumpet as part of the Deal Bold As Brass project. They have been enjoying their weekly lessons but felt especially privileged when They were visited by a Quintet from Trinity Collage London and Phil the director of Bold as Brass. Pandas are looking forward to taking part in The Bold As Brass concert in June!
We were honoured to be donated £250 from Deal Royal Marines Pantomime. The money will go towards some additional books for our library.
School council led worship and helped us reflect on how we can show our school value of respect. They have organised litter picks to take care of our school grounds.
During our recent Inspire Day we learned all about Starfish Malawi. We talked about our link school, Kaphatenga School, what we would like to know about them and what they might like to know about us. We thought about things that are different in Malawi and even took part in some Malawi themed art and crafts.
Our beautiful tree decorated by the children with decorations made in forest school.
Today we enjoyed a yummy Christmas dinner cooked by our amazing cooks Maria and Linda. We also had some Christmas crackers donated by Tesco's at Whitfield.
The juniors went to St Mary's Church to celebrate Christingle. Rev. Andrew taught us about the meaning behind the different parts, dressing up as a Christingle! We enjoyed welcoming our friends and families to share the service with us.
We were fortunate to have Mr James join us in worship. He was representing the Eastry branch of the Royal British Legion. He talked to us about the role of the British legion and their work supporting veterans and families who had lost loved ones. We stood as he recited ‘for the fallen’ we all joined in saying ‘we will remember them’.
We had a great time celebrating our Harvest Festival at the Church with Rev Andrew. Our families were very generous with their donations for Deal Food Bank, Thank you. The children did a great job sharing poems, songs, stories and prayers with us. Our school values of compassion and joy in action!
Year 6 wowed their audiences with their end of year production of A Midsomer Night’s dream. What a wonderful way to end their time at Primary School
We took part in the Sandwich Town and Rural primary school rounder’s competition organised by Manwoods. The children showed perseverance and respect to their competitors and went on to win!
We are very proud of our dance troop who reached the National Finals. They showed all our school values and our learning powers! Well done to you all.