• Prom 2014

    Prom 2014

    Dyke House Sports & Technology College Prom 2014

  • Excellent Results 2013

    Excellent Results 2013

    Another excellent year for Dyke House Sports and Technology College with a record-breaking batch of results.

  • The Sixth Form

    The Sixth Form

    In response to demand from students and parents/carers the college is pleased to announce that its Sixth Form opens this September

  • Elite Development Squad

    Elite Development Squad

    The new Elite Development Squad at Dyke House College is a unique opportunity for young, talented athletes to develop their sporting skills to a high level while continuing to follow their academic studies in a supportive and caring community

  • Joining Dyke House

    Joining Dyke House

    "This is an outstanding school.  There are many reasons why the school is successful, the most significant of which are the exceptional leadership, the first rate teaching and learning, and excellent care, guidance and support.  Students achieve outstandingly well and make excellent progress."
    OFSTED 2010

  • Specialisms

    Specialisms

    We have been designated a Sports and Technology College since 2009.Sports College LogoTechnology College Logo

  • Explore Primary

    Explore Primary

    Look out for the new primary section of the website, which is coming soon

Welcome to DHC

At Dyke House, we believe that all our learners are of equal value, that we know how to work in partnership to bring out the best in them and that all will achieve their potential and progress to success. 

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At the Dyke House, we believe that it is important for parents and carers to be given the opportunity to discover a little more about the achievements of their children.

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We review our curriculum annually to ensure that all students are offered qualifications that are most useful and relevant to them post-16. 

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Achievement

"Mathew wins the Cambridge Computer Science competition "The judges decision was unanimous"

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Year 11
The 16-year-old took up the challenge to create a computer programme that would save teachers time and mark pupils’ work.

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