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Deanwood Primary Education Technology School
Long Catlis Road, Parkwood, ME8 9TX, UK Gillingham
+44 (0)1634-231901

Deanwood recognises the value of all members of our community. We aim to develop caring, confident, responsible individuals who:

  • are enthusiastic and independent learners;
  • are given the opportunity to reach their full potential;
  • recognise the role of technology in their lives and use it appropriately;

And are therefore prepared for their future beyond the school.

Welcome to Deanwood Primary Education Technology School. Our school has 180 children aged 4 to 11. There are three classes in Key Stage 1, and four classes in Key Stage 2. The school is based in Parkwood, which is in Gillingham, Kent. We are a friendly, community based school dedicated to providing all children with a challenging and enjoyable education. The aim of our website is to provide help and support to children and parents of the school, as well as the wider community. We hope you enjoy it and find it a useful resource.



Chess (Years 3-6) - LUNCHTIME



Recorders (Year 3-6)

Magazine Club (Year 6) - LUNCHTIME

Tennis (Years 3-6)


Football (Years 3-6)



Korfball (Years 3 - 6)

Warhammer (Years 3-6)

Choir (Years 3-6) - LUNCHTIME


Country Dancing (Years 2-6)

Makaton signing (Year 2) - LUNCHTIME


Term 1
Term 2
Term 3
Term 4
Term 5
Term 6
Year R
Traditional Stoies and Rhymes
Colour, Shape and Pattern
People Who Help Us
Farm Animals
Year 1
Body and Senses
Life in the past
Life Cycles
Our Local Area
Year 2
Light and Electricity
Famous People
Pushes and Pulls
The Seaside
Year 3 / 4
How I Work
Science Around Us
Year 5
Earth and Beyond
Country Study - village in India
Our Senses
The Environment
Year 6
Understanding Me and My World
Citizenship - Living in Britian Today
Citizenship - Democratic Structures and Processes
Whole School SEAL topics*
New Beginnings
Getting On And Falling Out (includes a two week block - 'Say No To Bullying')
Going For Goals
Good To Be Me


Mini Youth Games Tag Rugby

On November 7 th children in Yr 6 took part in the tag rugby mini youth games. This event took place at Rochester Maths School. The team was made up from these players: Charlie Sweatman, Kathryn Cullen, Brandon Dixey, Ashlea Boardman, Malachi Drackett, Sam Sculley, Patrick Sharp, Louise Farbain and Kirsten Cullen.

When we got to Rochester Maths school we found out that everybody else was wearing studs and that the grass was very wet and slippery. When we walked up across the field to start practising all of the team’s shoes started to leak and their socks got wet. We did not take part in the first round so this was a chance to see what the teams were like and how good they were.

The second round was when we had our first match against Spinners Acre and we lost 5-3. Then we had a one round break and thought about how we could play better. In the fourth round, it was our second match against St. Andrews and lost 7-1. Then we had a two match break and some words of encouragement from Mr Halls. Our next match was in round 7 which was against New Road and we draw 3-3. This made the team happy because at least we had not lost all of our matches. Then it was our lunch break at 11:30 to 12:00. After our lunch break we played Parkwood in round 10 and we lost 3-1, with Brandon scoring the try of the day. Then we had a one round break before we played our next match we had Kathryn and Malachi as subs. Our next match was against Hempstead and we knew they were a good team because they have a Tag Rugby coach and club. This was a hard match as we had lost a fast runner, Brandon, so we had less chances of a sprit up the side line. After playing Hempstead in the 12 th round we had thought we should have a win so we had a little team talk and thought what we could do but this was in round13 where we didn’t play a game. In round 14 we played St. Margaret’s of Troy Town and we had a superb win of 5-2.This made us all happy and we started to fight more in are other matches. Then we had a two round break and had some more food.

Then our next match was against Allhallows and we lost 5-3. Then we had a three round break where we could watch other schools play - we mainly watched Parkwood play. In round 20 we played St Michaels and we won 6-3. Every one enjoyed it even though most of us kept on slipping because the grass was wet in the morning. Ten every one gathered round for the presentation, and when they called out the results we were surprised in what position we came in. We came 22nd out of 31 schools.The prizes we got were a wrist band, posters, pen, badges and a certificate.

By Kathryn, Malachi and Ashlea

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