Has anyone else had any problems with the DYRMS. I have recently taken my son out of the school as I do not feel he was getting the pastoral care he was supposed to. The only time we ever heard from the school was when there was an invoice attached. The children from 13 and 14 year old are allowed to roam freely in Dover without any supervision and the accommodation is what can only be classed as sub standard. On taking my child out, I wrote to the school voicing my concerns and received an extremely rude letter from the headmaster admitting there was poor communication but based on my sons consistently poor behaviour and academic performance my decision was a wise one. He then went on to say my son did not manage to rise to the high standards expected. Cheeky ****, got a good mind to go down and punch his lights out. If the school bothered to instill discipline in the children and never just let them run riot and if the teachers gave children falling behind the support required I'm sure they would all meet the high standards required. Its funny how the school has never once contacted me over my sons behaviour and his report cards are not bad academically. As a warning to anybody thinking of placing there child there, think carefully and maybe look to Gordons or QVS. From speaking to other parents, the pastoral care is far better at those schools.