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Information for students about qualifications in 2020
The Government has issued guidance for students who received their GCSE, AS Level, A Level and other qualifications this August. This includes answers to many frequently asked questions and useful links to other sources of information. Click on the image below to access the information.
Student Guide to Post 16 Qualification results
Ofqual have produced a guidance booklet for students to support them following the release of their exam results. You can access the booklet by clicking the image below:
Click here for details of the temporary changes that have been made to the public bus services to and from Deyes High School during school closures to children of non-key workers.
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8:40 Morning bell
9:05 Period 1
10:05 Period 2
11:05 Morning Break
11:20 Period 3
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.
- You miss important work and then you find it hard to keep up with lessons when you return to school.
- You do less well in examinations than you should.
- 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.
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.
- Students who arrive to School after 8.40am will receive a late mark
- Students who arrive to Form after 8.45am will also receive a late mark
Below is a collection of Deyes High School’s ‘Thoughts for the Week’ (TFTW) examples. These thoughts are shared at the beginning of each week with our students. Please click on each link to view the TFTW for that particular week.
Week 36 – Life after Lockdown- Positive Planning
Week 34 – Around the World in 80 Deyes
Week 33 – The Power of Reading
Week 32 – World Day for Cultural Diversity
Week 31 – Mental Health Week
Week 30 – British Values: Democracy
Week 29 – British Values: Tolerance
Week 28 – Ramadan
Week 27 – Lockdown Fun!
Week 26 – Easter
Week 25 – Passover
Week 24 – International Day of Happiness