Downlands is proud of its graduates of 2011 who conducted themselves well right to the end of their secondary education. The College community were impressed with the way Y12 finished the year, the respect they demonstrated for everyone at Downlands and the important relationships they built during their time here. They leave Downlands with a benchmark of care for this community which each departing Year 12 cohort of the future can only aspire to.
Now, we can proudly say they have exemplified their attention to studies through their OP results. Six percent of their cohort, or 8 graduates, achieved OP 1s – they were Jesse Paris-Jourdan (College Dux), Emma Gordon and Kieran Smith (Tied for Kevin Hanley Prize in pursuit of academic excellence), Samuel Moyle, Eloise Fitzgerald, Dane Vallely, Robert Kelsey and Amelia Towler.
Twenty-three percent of the cohort achieved OP 1-5 and over half the cohort achieved OP 1-10 which is a good result for hard work done by these students.
Downlands wishes all graduating students every success as they venture on to further studies, apprenticeships and varied career paths.Submitted by:
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