The Old Dyssean Society bears no responsibily
for the information held on other sites!
° - Facebook Old Dyssean Society's, Facebook page, there is no real need
... but try this one, our allied group ...
° - Mark Robinson's Diss Grammar School group on Facebook
This page is really worth a visit, it is a 'closed group', you have to be an fb member to see it. If your are a fb member and need an invite to join ask the WebMaster. This site is enjoyed by all who went to DGS and not just members of The Old Dyssean Society.
° - Twitter Old Dyssean Society's, you can now follow us on twitter.
We don't tweet often but that doesn't mean you shouldn't watch out for us. https://twitter.com/#/OldDyssean - @olddyssean.
° - Google + Old Dyssean Society's, Google + page.
there is no real need to visit this page as it will refer you back to this site. It is there to advertise our presence to the Google + (plus) communities and catch search-engines. https://plus.google.com/111964193617904212471/.
° - Google - search - Diss Grammar School General Google search
° - Wikipedia - famous people Who are these people?
° - Roll of Honour "Lest We Forget"
° - You ought to visit the Diss Museum, displays are often changed, you never know
° - YouTube videos of Diss. Some in 1964 by John Betjamin.
° - Diss High School (DHS) Through The Years.
Diss Grammar School merged with Diss Secondary Modern School to become Diss High School in the early 1980s, a difficult transition I understand.
° - Diss Express Diss newspaper.
Articles mentioning Diss Grammar in the Diss Express.
° - Diss Mercury Diss newspaper.
Articles mentioning Diss Grammar in the Diss Mercury.