I am delighted to welcome you to our school.
A place where your children will be supported to become happy, confident and able individuals who are ready to shape the world.
Well done girls! Brilliant achievement.
During Year 7 and 8's assembly last week Explore Learning gave out awards for the Young National Mathematicians Award. Well done girls! They also introduced the writers award which is open to all Year 7 and 8 students.
House Dance Results - 1st Bearland, 2nd Hartland, 3rd Barwell, 4th Kyneburga, 5th Mynd Best solo - Caitlin Walls Best duet/group: Emilia Johnston & Ella Morrison and Mia Wilson and Emilia Waring Well done to all!
DRHS Students & Staff are having a wonderful time skiing in Wagrain, Austria
Year 7 and 8 celebrating their fundraising for the Lepra charity through a Zumbathon!
Wow! The following students have produced outstanding artwork. Year 8 - Lynn Chadwick inspired sculptures, Year 9 - Chalk and Charcoal Toys, Charcoal and Crayon Pears, Birds, Year 10 - Natural Forms, Year 11 - Architecture Mock Exam
We are making communication easier, faster and more effective for parents/carers, students and staff at Denmark Road High School What you need to do now - download the app: If you have a smartphone, please download School Gateway from your app store (Android and iPhone). The app shows the same information as the website PLUS you can send app messages to the school for FREE (for example updates to attendance) – this will also save the school money when we send text messages OR visit the website: www.schoolgateway.com and click on 'New User'. You'll receive a text message with a PIN number. Use this PIN to login to School Gateway.
Two of our students were recently commended for their entries in the Royal Institute of British Photography Competition; Brooke Richardson in Year 7 and Maria Hartwell in Year 10. There will be an exhibition in Kings Walk, Gloucester during February half term of the entries.
Our community believes in each individual member and their ability to achieve. Our curriculum develops autonomy and resilience enabling students to enjoy learning and become confident, lifelong learners able to thrive now and in the future. Our timeless values encourage responsibility, generosity of heart and above all social conscience.
Denmark Road High School is at the heart of Gloucester City. The stunning setting of Gloucester Cathedral welcomes our students and parents for Honour's Evening. This event recognises the outstanding achievements our students have made in Academics, Sports, STEM and the Arts during the academic year. The Cathedral also hosts our Annual Charity Concert and our Christmas Carol Service.
We value our role in the community through the contributions our students make to local charities and causes. We are proud our students welcome residents of local nursing homes to a tea party at the school. Other students volunteer at food banks and homeless shelters while the students of local primary schools benefit from the support with their reading and languages during our regular student visits. We regularly highlight and support local charities through various fundraising events throughout the school year.
Our Sixth Form students certainly benefit from our close proximity to the city centre and Gloucester Quays with its multiple shopping and cafe options. Denmark Road High School is outward-looking, forward-thinking, community focussed and will always be at the Heart of the City.
Mrs R Hayward, Office & Events Manager deals with queries from parents/carers and other members of the public. She will forward the query to the most relevant member of staff.
All visitors to the school are required to bring photographic ID.