We know that starting a new school can be daunting and you will have lots of questions to ask. This page sets out to answer your questions so that you can start to look forward to joining our amazing school.
Deyes High School follows the Sefton Council Admissions Policy Sefton Council manage and allocate school places however please contact us directly on 0151 526 3814 if you have any questions about our admissions arrangements.
Regular attendance is fundamental to any student’s academic success. Students who have high attendance figures tend to achieve high levels of attainment in all key stages and especially in GCSE & A-Level results.
A full breakdown of the timings of the school day.
At Deyes High School our ‘Preventing Extremism and Radicalisation Policy’ is part of our commitment to keeping our pupils safe.
We value the opinions and input from all of our parents and take pride in responding to, and acting upon, your feed-back. Parent Comment/Opinions Please use the form below if you want to contact the school about your child's education. Fields highlighted with * must be filled in. Contact Form
The Governors and staff of Deyes High School recognise our responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of all our pupils. The whole team works hard to ensure that we provide a safe and welcoming environment where our students are respected and valued.
A smart uniform encourages a sense of community and develops a sense of pride and self-respect. The School believes that uniform should therefore be worn with pride and, as such, we have the highest expectations of our students.
Deyes High School term dates for 2020 - 2021.
Watch a video of our Senior Leadership team answering your frequently asked questions.
At Deyes High School we believe in the importance of providing appropriate learning experiences for all students, regardless of ability. We have a significant number of students who are most able in at least one area of the curriculum. Our planning ensures that these students are given
The pupil premium is an additional annual payment to schools for each ‘disadvantaged’ student that attends their school. The definition of a disadvantaged child is any student who has received a free school meal in the last six years, has been in care for one day or more or is a child in service.