Where are they now?
Where are they now?
Congratulations to the following Davenport Lodge School past pupils on their university entrance success:-
Fatima Anwar Politics and Philosophy University of York
Emily Evetts Business Nottingham Trent University
Karan Farmah Dentistry University of Manchester
Rachel Grindal Sports Science University of Lincoln
Jessica Haddon Geophysics Imperial College London
Ashmi Hinodcha Dentistry University of Bristol
Megan Jones Business Studies Sheffield Hallam University
Manisha Munyal Medicine University of Leicester
Kalvinder Punian Accounting & Finance Brunel University
Joanna Read Geography University of Leeds
Divpreet Sacha Medicine University of Leicester
Philip Stone Computer Science Northumbria University
Liam Sutcliffe Physics with Astrophysics University of Bristol
The latest edition of the King Henry VIII school magazine provides interesting news of Davenport Lodge School pupils.
Fatima Anwar (Davenport Lodge 1995-1999, played the lead role in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The highly acclaimed production was the work of the Starlight Drama Studio principal Liz Jasper.
Fatima is a talented poet and has a volume of her work published.
Imogen Kane (Davenport Lodge 1995-2000, has had a painting included in the Senior school’s annual art exhibition which was opened this year by was officially opened by Tom Mitchell of the Mitchell art gallery, Warwick. Her work was part of her AS level portfolio.
Emma Banbrook (Davenport Lodge 1995-2000, in her article for the magazine clearly relished the unique experience she gained as Tour Captain of the school’s hockey team’s visit to Malaysia and Singapore in July 2010.
Anirudh Kumar (DLS 1997-2000, though with a less compelling destination wrote about the Year 12 Geography field trip to Wales in August 2010. “Zonation of organisms’ seemed to have been the objective of the visit!
Francesca Ghavami 1995-1997, and Meera Ghaiwal reported on girls’ Netball and Penny Oliver (DLS 2000-2003, wrote about her experiences as a housecaptain of Hollands house.
Many other names featured in sport (Rugby, cricket and cross country running for example) as well as participation on groups such as the School Council and school trips as diverse as Hadrian's Wall to Pempeii.
Well done to all our past pupils. We are proud that you have continued to take such an active part in the life of King Henry VIII School.