Dyke House Sports and Technology College is a mixed, non-selective, non-denominational secondary school with sixth form in Cleveland, serving students from the age of 11-18. The secondary school, situated in Hartlepool has approximately 1,228 students on record. It belongs to the Northern Education Trust.
Formerly Dyke House Comprehensive School, Dyke House Sports and Technology College converted to academy status in 2013. In 2015, the secondary school was identified as good with outstanding personal development by Ofsted. Facilities include tennis courts, arecording studio and a careers library.
Mr A M Jordon
Values and vision
Dyke House Sports and Technology College wants all students to feel challenged and achieve their full potential in an inspiring and friendly learning environment, with the motto: “Every young person can succeed given the chance.” Learners are encouraged to try their best at all that they do and in turn, are supported and nurtured by encouraging and qualified staff. The secondary school expects all learners and staff to show consideration, respect and courtesy to each other at all times, promoting a caring environment where individuals are valued and treated as equals. Dyke House Sports and Technology College wants students to gain further experiences outside the classroom to enrich their time at secondary school, gain in confidence and develop their interests and hobbies. These range from sports clubs to homework drop-in session. The Hartlepool secondary school holds specialism in Sports and Technology.
“The students are very aware of what is needed to become a successful learner. They aspire to do well, and behave impeccably. The students work well in lessons, cooperating and supporting each other to complete tasks quickly and successfully.”