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Warden House Primary School
Birdwood Avenue, CT14 9SF, UK Deal
+44 (0)1304 375040

Warden House Primary School


Warden House Primary School has over 400 pupils and 40 staff.

This website has been designed to help everyone connected with the school.  So if you are a pupil, parent or possibly thinking of bringing your child to our school, then this is the website for you!

Do you shop online?

You can shop online and earn money for the school by shopping through the Help Your School website.


  1. Click on the link below
  2. In box 1 scroll down to South East Region and select Kent
  3. In box 2 select Warden House
  4. Choose which online shop you want to visit

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School History

The school is a housed in a modern building with two brand new class rooms for the Year 6 students. However, the school itself is a lot older than the bricks that make up the building and in 2005, the school was very honoured to celebrate its centenary.  The mosiac outside the main entrance celebrates this wonderful milestone.

The head teacher, Mr. Stabbs has been running the school for 6 years and has been in teaching for nearly 30 years. He is a very dynamic head teacher and has brought about many changes in his time with us, including the breakfast and after school club, bringing a nursery into the grounds and championing the organisation of the building works for the new classrooms. He is a very kind and caring head teacher, although can be strict when necessary! He is instrumental in heading the team of teachers and support staff and ensuring that the whole school, the community, the parents and the children all work together for the benefit of the children.

The school has a two class intake per year and benefits from an excellent teacher and teaching assistant team who have a wide variety of skills and teaching experience to help all the children achieve their maximum potential whilst at Warden House.

The Junior PlaygroundThe school boasts large grounds, including two playgrounds, large fields and even a pond.  We often host football and netball tournaments for the local schools throughout the year.


Our Mission Statement is very important to us as we regard it as the foundations for the rest of our school life:

The aim of Warden House School is to educate, in the context of an Inclusive school. To create a happy, friendly, secure environment leading to self confidence; motivating all pupils and staff to work towards their true potential both socially and academically through appropriate challenges and training. To work as a team in partnership with parents embracing the best of educational practice; fostering beneficial links with the local community and beyond with a clear regard for the needs of the Environment and in so doing make a positive contribution to society at large.


The school is very privileged to have one of the leading nurseries in the area within its grounds. Bright Sparks nursery has just been given permission, from Ofsted for 40 children per session.

This has enabled the nursery to begin expansion plans.

The nursery is open to children over 2 years old. It is open from 9am until 4pm every week day throughout the year (please ask the nursery for days when they are closed).

The children who go to Bright Sparks Nursery who then come to our school are advantaged in many ways. The children are used to the school grounds and so appear to find the transition between nursery and school that little bit easier. As well as knowing many other children also moving into the reception year, our two reception teachers are able to spend time at the nursery during the summer term introducing themselves to the children and answering any questions that they may have. Equally during the first few weeks of Reception, any child who is missing their teachers from the nursery often have the chance to see them in the playground for a friendly, reassuring chat.



Miss Bunn
Mrs Garrett

Year Group Information

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Year 1

Miss Davis
Mrs Patton

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Year 2

Miss Turner
Mrs Grant

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Year 3

Mrs Vyse
Mrs Calcutt

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Year 4

Mrs Noden
Mrs Bowyer

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Year 5

Miss Hills
Mrs Erkul

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Year 6

Mrs Leech & Mrs Marsh

Mr Rhodes

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We have many after school clubs at Warden House, some which run all year round and some more specialist ones which normally run for a period of six weeks. Clubs are open to all children, depending on the nature of the subject.

Due to the popularity of many clubs, places are limited. However, we try to be as fair as possible and often hold children's names in reserve. If you child is interested in a particular club, please ensure that you have filled in the request form and handed it in by the due date.

Art Club is open to all children on a Monday after school. Each week, there is a different emphasis on the work that is created and is often themed relevant to the time of year.

Green Gang is a very popular club open to all ages. Work includes bird watching, making bird feeders, planting bulbs, pond work, recycling, making plant pots and much much more. The club is held every Wednesday after school, throughout the academic year and children are asked to bring old clothes to get changed into.

Football training is for years 5 & 6 only and is on a Wednesday

Netball club

Golf club

Cookery club is run in 6 week blocks for reception and Key Stage 1 children. Children learn to make pizzas, cakes, biscuits, cheese straws and lots more yummy things!

Gym Clubs - We hold several gym clubs after school, run by our resident gym coaches. The lessons are split by Key Stages and children learn gym skills at their own pace.

Music - Your child can also have private or joint music lessons (guitar, drums, recorder, wind instruments) or join the school choir.

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