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Debenham High School is delighted to be named in the top ten schools in the Country for 2015 GCSE performance.  The tables are ranked on the proportion of students achieving A* and A grades.  Please click here to see the table in full.

Please click here to see the recent article in the EADT (East Anglian Daily Times)


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Message from the Headteacher

Monday 23 May 2016

Despite the early start and late return, Year 9 History students had an amazing experience in France, visiting sites from World War I battles around the Somme. The tour encompassed many of the focal areas that will form part of their GCSE course next year and the context that they have gained from seeing these first hand will be invaluable for their learning.

Also successful over the weekend, our Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award students had their assessed expedition.  All passed with flying colours and despite the thunderstorms on Saturday night returned home yesterday unscathed (apart from a few sore feet).  Our Silver Award students are next up as they take on their practice and final expedition at the end of the examination season.

This week we say farewell to a wonderful Year 11. This culminates in an assembly on Friday to share their memories through the school.

On Thursday this week, having selected our prefects for the next year, we will be interviewing those nominated for Head Girl and Boy.  Mr. Yaroslaw and some students from the school council in lower years, will informally chat with the candidates before making the selection.

Next week, while it is the half-term break, there are a number of Year 11 revision sessions taking place. Parents and carers dropping students off should be aware that there are roadworks taking place on Gracechurch Street, but access to the school is still possible.

 

Julia Upton 

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