At Deyes High School we believe we offer education with a difference which enables us to maintain the very highest standards of learning and personal development.  We are noted for being a caring and well disciplined school and our key aim is to ensure that all students realise beyond their potential.  We are a happy school, with an energetic and talented staff committed to presenting high standards.

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Bikeability Success
by Tamara Jones - Thursday, 27 March 2014, 8:50 AM

Congratulations to all the pupils who have completed Bikeability

All pupils have been a credit to Deyes High School

Please check the lists to see when you will be taking part in Bikeability, the next session is Friday 28th March

8.50am Meet at the PE Department Office

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by Tamara Jones - Wednesday, 19 March 2014, 3:00 PM

Bikeability starts next week

Check in your forms and on the PE Office board for your dates and times

  • Monday 24th March Morning (12 pupils) and Afternoon (12 pupils)
  • Tuesday 25th March Morning (12 pupils) and Afternoon (12 pupils)
  • Friday 28th March Morning (12 pupils) and Afternoon (12 ...
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Year 9 Netball
by Tamara Jones - Tuesday, 18 March 2014, 11:29 AM

Congratulations to the Year 9 Netball Team who came 4th representing Deyes in the Merseyside School Games Tournament

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The Oscars @ Deyes
by G HOWARD (Teacher) - Tuesday, 11 March 2014, 3:48 PM

Year 13 Media Studies have been very busy with their film trailer project!

Click the pic to view their trailers and vote for your favourite

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Year 7 Bikeability
by Tamara Jones - Monday, 3 March 2014, 3:08 PM

FREE Level 1-3 Bikeability

ALL Bikes Are Provided

RECEIVE Letters From Miss Jones At The PE Department

BRING your PE Kit and Warm Clothing

2.5 Hours Out of Lessons

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Team Sixteen
by G Daley (Teacher) - Monday, 3 March 2014, 2:42 PM
Fixtures WB 3rd March 2014
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Year 11 Expressive Arts
by H Horne (Teacher) - Friday, 28 February 2014, 2:40 PM

Year 11 GCSE Expressive Arts pupils have wowed us all once again!!  Their crime unit saw several pupils gaining a grade A, with Joshua Smallman, Bradley Hollidead gaining an A* in their practical unit.  Charlotte Shackley, Michael Bradshaw and James Tyrer did exceptionally well in their written units.  Pupils have produced thought provoking peices of art - in particular Cairan Wainwrights work. Their work is going to be displayed around the school in honour of their achievements.


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