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On Friday 1st July staff, parents, carers and friends bade

a fond farewell to our leavers in our traditional manner -

a barbecue and presentation in the grounds of DLC itself.

 

A good gathering enjoyed the hearty fare prepared by our very own catering team and as everyone settled in their seats, in what looked like a village enjoying a summer fete in a small square of marquees decorated in bunting, our Head Teacher John Taylor made his annual address.

 

After recognising the endeavour of students and staff alike, each Year 11 leaver was called up to receive their Record of Achievement to warm applause.

 

Later there were Special Awards to present and amongst the high achievers were: The Head Teacher Award (The Mill) winner Jordan Lee (winner of Maths, English, ICT, Science, Life Skills, Geography subject awards as well!), DLC's Head Teacher Award winner Tony Isaac (also Sports Award) and John Holland Shield winner Phil Hughes.

 

Another high achieving Special Award winner was Rodney Dalley who picked up the Boxing Award (also Life Skills and Attendance Awards) at DLC.

 

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Curriculum Award Winners

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English

Jordan Lee & Gina Morgan

 

Mathematics

Jordan Lee

   

ICT

Jordan Lee & Gina Morgan

   

Science

Jordan Lee & Gina Morgan

   

Life Skills

Rodney Dalley & Jordan Lee

 

Art

Millie Gilpin & Phil Hughes

   

Geography

 
Jordan Lee
 

History

Gina Morgan 

   

Child Development

Gina Morgan

   

Cookery

Millie Gilpin
 
Mechanics

Ryan Skelsey

 

Sport 

Jacob Crane & Tony Isaac

 

Fishing 

Adam Kerslake

 

Powerboats

Jacob Crane
 

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Special Awards

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Behaviour

Lucy Frampton & Anne Patterson

     

Work

Ryan Skelsey

   

Attendance

Rodney Dalley

 

Boxing 

 Rodney Dalley

   

Head Teacher Award (DLC)

Tony Isaac

   

Head Teacher Award (The Mill)
 Jordan Lee

   

John Holland Shield

Phil Hughes

 

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After the presentations were completed the ‘congregation’, as is now the custom, enjoyed a

fine array of cakes washed down with cups of tea before drifting home. 

 

(pictures of the day appear in The Gallery)