Welcome to the students section. Here you can gain access to your students files and emails and find all Deyes High School information.

Click on the ‘Show My Homework’ icon above to access the site. 

Term dates



Term begins Monday 4th September 2017 (Staff only)

Tuesday 5th September 2017 (Years 7 and 12 only)

Wednesday 6th September 2017 (All years)

INSET day Friday, 29th September 2017 (school closed to students)

Half term Friday, 20th October 2017 (school closes at 3.15pm)

Monday, 30th October 2017 (school re-opens)

End of term Thursday 21st December 2017 (students dismissed from 11.30 onwards)



Term begins Monday 8th January 2018

INSET day Friday, 9th February 2018 (school closed to students)

Half term Thursday 8th February 2018 (school closes at 3.15pm)

Monday 19th February 2018 (school re-opens)

End of term Friday, 23rd March 2018 (school closes at 3.15pm)



Term begins Monday 9th April 2018

May Bank Holiday Monday 7th May 2018

Half term Friday, 25th May 2018 (school closes at 3.15pm)

Monday 4th June 2018 (school re-opens)

End of term Friday, 20th July 2018 (school closes at 1pm)

Bus Routes

Bus summary list

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Route descriptions

To view detailed bus route descriptions, click on the buttons below.

School day

8:40      Morning bell

8:45      Registration

9:05      Period 1

10:05    Period 2

11:05     Morning Break

11:20     Period 3

12:20     Lunch

13:05     Afternoon bell

13:10      Period 4

14:15       Period 5

15:15       End of day

You will need to be in form by 8:40 to receive your morning mark. Please be there on time to ensure that you are on time for each of your lessons to avoid late marks.

Your attendance is vital if you are to make progress in your learning and achieve at your potential at school.


It is absolutely vital that you attend school regularly and on time.  Your parents are paying for your education through taxes and if you are missing school, then that money is wasted.  There are three ways in which your absence may blight your future.

  1. You miss important work and then you find it hard to keep up with lessons when you return to school.
  2. You do less well in examinations than you should.
  3. Employers always ask us about school attendance and punctuality records of students when they leave. Ask yourself the question ‘would I give a job to somebody who is unable to turn up every day on time?’  The answer is NO!

Absences/leaving the building during school hours

If you feel ill, you should tell your teacher.  If it is necessary for you to be sent home, you/your teacher must get an Exit Note signed by the first aider.  We will always check first that there is someone at home so that you are not there on your own.  If you need to leave school early you must again get an Exit Note.  Exit Notes should always be shown to the school office as you will be signed out of school.  You should keep hold of the Exit Note as it counts as permission to be out of school.  On no account should you leave school without permission; if there is a fire, lives could be put at risk looking for you if we think that you are in the building.  PLEASE NOTE:  For all absences, you are required to bring a note, signed by a parent/guardian, explaining why you have been off school.  Parents are required to call the school on the first day of absence and keep school updated thereafter.  Evidence is required for medical and/or other appointments.

If this is not received, contact will be made with your parents/guardians to ask for an explanation for your absence.  Any unexplained absences will be recorded as truancy.

Attendance Officers

The Attendance Officer manages attendance.  If you are absent from school without an explanation they will contact home to find out why you are not in school.



Blazer Black blazer with school badge

Tie Deyes High School Tie

Shirt  Light blue, plain style and fabric

Pullover (optional) Black V-neck with badge on left hand side as supplied by the School Uniform Supplier

Skirt Plain, black in a formal uniform style

Trousers Plain, black, full length, tailored trousers. No jeans of combat style trousers.

Shoes Black, plain formal style, low heeled, full shoes with no coloured markings and appropriate for school.

Socks Plain, black or white socks. No patterned, fashion or sports socks.

Tights Black or flesh coloured tights

School Bag A school bag should be carried to accommodate an A4 size file

Make up Preferably no make-up should be worn, but if worn it should be discreet

Hair Long hair must be tied back without elaborate hair decoration – using navy or black accessories. Students should not come to School with extreme hair styles or unnatural hair colours which draw attention to themselves.

Nail Varnish & Jewellery Neither should be worn to school. The only exceptions are a wrist watch or a single stuff earring in the lower earlobe. Please note all jewellery must be removed for PE lessons.

Outdoor Wear In addition to the school blazer a smart, plain outdoor coat may be worn. Denim jackets or hooded sweatshirts are not acceptable as school wear.


If you have any second-hand uniform in good condition, we would be grateful if you would send it to the reception at school. 

To view the school’s footwear standards please click here.

School Colours

In school, we hope that many of our students will receive the school colours.

These ‘colours’ show others in school and outside in the community, the commitment that our students have given to the entire life of our school, its ethos and its core values.

Below are the school colours. Students can view these on Page 26 of their planners and they should spend time filling this in and getting their Head of Year or Form Tutor to sign to prove they have achieved the colours.

Literacy Mats

The below literacy mats have been designed to help students revise for individual subjects.




Religious Studies

Health & Social Care






Design Tech

Student Portal

To access your files remotely from a computer outside school, click here.

Extra Curricular

To view the extra-curricular timetable for this year please click here.