Katherine Porteous

Fairness Fiesta Friday

Led by our Refugee Pupil Champions and our Pupil Action team the whole school came together today to raise awareness of how we can act with compassion and kindness towards Continue reading

Coronation Picnic

On Friday afternoon the whole school took part in a Coronation Picnic.  The children all sang a Coronation song and then the Year 3 children performed their specially written Coronation Continue reading

Tim Henman Tennis Festival

 In association with The Tim Henman Foundation, the Year 3 class took part in a Tennis Festival on Wednesday 3rd May.  It took place in the beautiful grounds of Dover Continue reading

Easter Service at St Andrews

On Thursday, 30th March the whole school walked down to St Andrews Church to celebrate our Easter Service.  Based around the Easter theme of Hope the children all performed to Continue reading

STEM SCIENCE – Magical Potions

This week the whole school came together to celebrate science and take part in hands on workshops where they made Troll Snot, Wizard’s Brew, Butterbeer and wrote Secret Messages.  Mrs. Continue reading

World Book Day 2023

This year Deal Parochial went all magical and mystical for World Book Day.  The children were invited to dress up and we had an amazing array of fantastic costumes and Continue reading

RDA Fundraising Day

On Monday, 27th February, the school were lucky to have some very special visitors to school.  Lexi, a National Blind Dressage Champion came to school with her very special guide Continue reading

Christmas Experience

At the beginning of December that whole school took part in a very special Christmas Experience.    Through 5 different interactive stations the children explored in small groups the concept Continue reading

Dover Museum

On 16th November the Mary Anning Class (Year 3) had a day trip to Dover Museum to learn more about the Bronze Age as part of their  history learning.  Despite Continue reading

Year 6 Cathedral Day

On Wednesday, 9th November, Year 6 took part in the Canterbury Cathedral day along with other diocese schools.  After being welcomed in the Nave, the class were split into groups Continue reading