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  • 17th August 2017 - A and AS Level Results 2017! The A Level results this year were, once again, fantastic with 25% of all grades awarded being A*. 82% of the results were graded A* – B. with 31% of results graded A, making 56% of all grades awarded A*-A. 99.9% of all entries secured a pass grade and …
  • 17th July 2017 - End Of Term Newsletter now available! Many thanks to our Parent Volunteer Newsletter Editor, Ms Sara-Jane Mansfield, for pulling together all the articles which reflect another amazing half term at Owen’s!  Please see our School Newsletters page! Wishing everyone a wonderful summer break!   The Great Gig 2017! Last Friday the Tech Crew hosted the …
  • 10th July 2017 - Summer fete – huge success! We would like to thank the OSA (Owen’s School Association) for their huge efforts in organising a very successful Summer fete on Saturday 8th July 2017 which raised over £5000! Parents, students and staff who supported the event were very complimentary about the wide range of stalls, entertainment and refreshments on …
  • 3rd July 2017 - Author, Penny Joelson, visits DAOS! On Wednesday 28th June we were delighted to welcome local author Penny Joelson who came to talk to students in their English lesson. Penny spoke about her book I Have No Secrets which was published in May, and has already had a fantastic reception with great reviews. The Year 7 …
  • 26th June 2017 - Year 12 students visit Heals & The Design Museum! Many thanks to Mrs Davighi for this report: ‘We were invited to tour Heals on the morning of Tuesday 27th June looking at Iconic design meeting managers and buyers from Heals to discuss how designers launch their products into industry and have success in the British market …
  • 19th June 2017 - Junior Concert – 21st June 2017 On officially the longest and hottest day of the year, the EGH was packed full of parents, friends, families and staff to see over 200 pupils play and sing in this term’s wonderful Junior Concert. Despite the heat, everyone kept their cool (especially Mr Grimstead and members of Second …