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  • 16th August 2018 - A Level Results 2018! Congratulations to all the students who received their A Level results today.  Once again, due to the hard work of staff and students alike, the school community has much to be proud of.  Bucking the national trend, overall attainment this year was higher than last! 28% of all grades awarded were …
  • 16th July 2018 - End of Term Newsletter Now Available!   Thanks to our Parent Volunteer Newsletter Editor, Lynn Bath, for pulling together all the articles which reflect another amazing half term at Owen’s!  Please see our School Newsletters page! Wishing you all a wonderful Summer holiday! All welcome to Open Day this week – Thursday 19th July 2.00pm …
  • 9th July 2018 - Record number of students exhibit at the Mall Galleries! Our Art Department are thrilled to announce that a record 12 DAOS students have been selected to exhibit their work at the Mall Galleries this Summer – remarkably four of these students are from the GCSE cohort!  Huge congratulations to the following students: Asalie Balasuriya (Y13) …
  • 2nd July 2018 - GCSE success at the Young Fashion Designer UK final! Last weekend, 3 GCSE Textiles Design students, Gabbie Brissenden, Louise Wise and Rachel Williams, and one A level student, Kathy Young, were chosen to compete in the South East final of the Young Fashion Designer UK Competition. The competition is run by Kent College in Pembury …
  • 25th June 2018 - Art Success! The art department was thrilled to learn that the work of two Year 12 students, Lauren Britten and Sophie Lloyd, was successfully shortlisted and commended for the Royal Academy A-Level Summer Exhibition Online 2018. Their work titled, ‘Reflect’ and ‘Twisted Thought’ respectively, was selected from over 2,000 submissions and judged by an expert …
  • 18th June 2018 - Summer Chamber Concert showcases DAOS talent! Our Summer Chamber Concert on Wednesday 20th June was a stunning evening of musical performances, showcasing the talents of individual pupils, duos, quartets and small ensembles. The programme was full of musical contrast, challenge and variety, with Haydn, Beethoven and Smetana rubbing shoulders with Barry Manilow, Wes Montgomery and …