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The NSPCC has raised concerns around young people using TikTok.
Arkwright Scholarship applications for Y11 are now open.
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After almost a whole school year of planning and design, the school Independent Living Area was declared officially open on Wednesday 10th July.....
Reading in a wide variety of wild and wacky places!
This October, DHFS students from years 10 and 11 were lucky enough to be involved once again in the annual Friends of Dronfield Station writing competition.
Last week the MFL Faculty and DHFS staff celebrated the European Day of Languages with a programme of house assemblies about the diversity of our linguistic heritage.
The English Faculty have worked with Dronfield Arts Festival to enter a large number of stories written by our students in to the creative writing competition...
2 post-16 students from DHFS have gained places on a Youth Seminar ‘Sustainable Consumption: Why our everyday choices matter’ in Berlin.
In March 2019, Year 11 performing arts students performed their final pieces which were months in the making. They consisted of original, self devised material, including drama, dance and singing, as 15 minute performances...
Year 3 children from William Levick Primary School spent a fantastic afternoon with our Year 12 A level art students on Monday 1st April, 2019, learning several different techniques to produce wonderful pieces of work...
From Tuesday 18th to Monday 25th March, 2019, we have been hosting 21 visiting students and 8 visiting teachers from Germany, Spain and French Guiana. The visit is the first part of our Erasmus+ programme 2018-2020...
As the school day began on Thursday 7th March, 2019, staff and students were surprised to see Number 5 from the Umbrella Academy, Mr Tickle and the Black Lantern making their way across the school yard...
Welcome to the website of Dronfield Henry Fanshawe School which provides an insight into life at the school. Through the website you are able to access an abundance of articles, news stories, photographs and documents on a wide variety of areas, with contacts details and links for further information should this be required.
We have a long and proud tradition of success from the original Dronfield Grammar School, endowed in 1579 by Henry Fanshawe, to the present day, attaining notable achievements across a spectrum of subjects and aspects of education. Sustained success over time is a strong feature of our proud history, with the website highlighting many of these accomplishments.
We firmly believe in our motto of ‘success with care’ and deliver this through our framework, structures and daily practices. Our aim is to provide excellence in all areas of our work with young people so that they may move forward, ready to take their rightful place in society as citizens of the 21st century.
We believe and ensure that every member of our community matters and is valued for the unique contribution they make to our school. We welcome and celebrate diversity. We also challenge all within our community, adults and students, to give of their best at all times in an environment where commitment outweighs compliance.
Year 12 art A level students planned and hosted an art workshop for Year 3 students at William Levick Primary School on 1st April. "The whole experience was extremely rewarding" said Emilie Saville (student). Thank you for such a wonderful afternoon.
On Sunday 31st March, Emma Shipley (U15 Girls), Bobbie Waugh (U13 Girls) and Josh Wragg (U15 Boys) qualified for the East Midlands London Mini Marathon team. Congratulations to these young athletes who took part in the marathon trial.
It was a good weekend for DHFS girls on Saturday 30th March. Leah Gregory won a team gold at the Yorkshire Road Relay Championships over a distance of 1.6 km in Leeds. Amy Allcard also ran a strong race. Congratulations girls on this great effort.
Congratulations to everyone who took part in the DHFS Bake Off on Friday 15th March. Your delicious cakey goods helped raise a mouth-watering £253.41 for Comic Relief. Thank you for all your efforts and the brilliant bakes you brought in to school.
You helped make the world better with a sweater. On the last Christmas Jumper Day, back in December 2018, we raised £310.52 for Save the Children. Thank you to everyone who took part by wearing their festive knits and donating to this wonderful cause!
8 Year 10 students took part in the 'Maths Feast' competition on 6th March, competing against 13 other school teams from Sheffield and Derbyshire. The teams did DHFS proud with A Daff, S Groarke, H Jenkinson, and M Freeland winning the puzzle round!
Whether you're a student, parent or carer, or staff; Find out how to keep yourself, your friends, and family, safe online. Get information on a range of issues, such as, use of social media, access to suitable content, and what to do if you feel something is wrong.
Join our 300 strong cohort of post-16 learners and achieve your full academic potential. Stimulating teaching, in excellent facilities, with outstanding results. And as a role model of the school, you can gain valuable experience mentoring younger students.
Careers information, advice and guidance for students and their families. Your complete guide to a bright future; Helpful online services, useful resources, current careers news, CV and interview tips, college and university advice, and the latest apprenticeship vacancies.
Our central purpose is to ensure that all children achieve the highest standards of which they are capable; Whether in the classroom, on the sports field, in concert or on stage, or in the range of opportunities we offer to students at all stages of their education.
It is thought that 3 out of 4 diagnosable mental illnesses start in childhood. At DHFS we pledge to support every child. Our mental health awareness area may be helpful for students, staff, and parents and carers, in supporting our young people with a range of concerns.
Many changes have been made to the way students are assessed and to the way we record and report their achievements and progress in school. These changes have happened nationally and include how GCSEs are graded; On a 9-1 scale rather than A*-G.
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