Nothing is impossible
At The Downs CEP School, we believe that 'nothing is impossible' for every member of our school community.
As well as achieving high standards within our formal learning, we also encourage every child to have high aspirations and develop themselves as global citizens.
We provide many additional curriculum experiences to help children to broaden their horizons and experience life in its fullness.
Nothing is impossible gallery
Our school was recognised for the support we offer to children with an award for 'Resilience and Emotional Wellbeing' from Kent County Council.
We were the first school to take part in the Kent Police's Mini Cadet scheme
Deal Town Mayor came to visit our school to present one of our amazing year 5 children with an award for her 'No idling' poster.
Some of our year 4 children were invited to a tennis tournament at the Deal Tennis Centre. While they were there, they met Tim Henman and developed their tennis skills.
Ms Luxford met Michael Rosen and he kindly signed some books for our school library!
Our school showed that nothing is impossible by pulling together to donate hundreds of toothbrushes, wash cloths, small toys, baby wipes and tubes of toothpaste to send over to the Ukraine during this time of conflict.
We created over 150 packs and then collected packs from other DEALT schools to deliver to the hub in Canterbury.
All of our children were visited by 'Fantastic Fred' to help them understand their own mental health.
We celebrated the Queen's Jubilee by taking part in a selection of activities! We decorate royal biscuits, made decorations and took part in a whole school dance to celebrate the 50's! Thank you so much to Dover District Council for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Councillor grant that part-funded these activities.
The Downs CEP School has been recognised for the support that we provide children with their mental health and wellbeing. The National College has awarded the school the National Mental Health and Wellbeing accreditation.