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Debenham High School

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Ofsted Report

This is an outstanding school … one of the highest performing state schools in the country

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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 25 April 2016

We start the week with renewed energy after the bank holiday weekend.

On our first day back this week Year 7 will take some time for reflection and contemplation as they visit Sizewell Hall as part of their RE studies and as part of their spiritual and cultural development.

This week we welcome Mrs Sue Williamson, Chair of the Schools, Students and Teachers Network (SSAT) to the school. Mrs Williamson is visiting the school to look at our work and congratulate us on the recent award of two national accolades. Educational Outcomes data analysis from SSAT has shown that the school is in the top 10% of non-selective schools nationally for both the high grades attained by students and for the progress students make from entry to the school, to the end of their GCSE study. We are of course delighted by this recognition and by the fact that Mrs Williamson has chosen to visit us personally.

Congratulations to Chloe Murray, of Year 10, for her thoughtful charity work last week, as she raised money and created resources for Little Princess Trust. The Little Princess Trust provides real hair wigs to boys and girls across the UK and Ireland that have sadly lost their own hair through cancer treatment. Chloe had her long locks cropped to donate to this very worthy cause.

Next week we start the GCSE examinations. Year 11 are working exceptionally hard and we will be with them all the way as they work to their final goals. If you are a parent of a Year 11 student and are unsure of any aspect of the summer examinations, or of how you can help, please do contact us.

 

Julia Upton 

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