Lower Sixth student Rory Cleaver went beyond the call of duty, earlier this year, when he found himself on the scene of an accident...
When an elderly lady fell from her wheelchair on Oxford's Turl Street – breaking her nose – Rory immediately rushed to help.
He not only alerted the emergency services, but also provided bandages, offered his coat and waited with the lady until the paramedics arrived.
More about Rory
Rory joined the Sixth Form this year, coming from St Edward's School, and is studying AS levels in Biology, Law, Physics and Psychology. He hasn't yet decided what he wants to do after sixth form – so who knows whether or not his good Samaritan tendencies will carry through to a future career?
Outside lessons, he plays drums and bass guitar – and is currently helping fellow student Lulu Jones with her Music Technology A level project, recording session drums in the College studio.
And he's enjoying his time at d'Overbroeck's so far. As well as the range of A levels on offer (which allowed him to combine more unusual subjects such as Law and Psychology with the more common science subjects), he was drawn to the buzz and dynamism of the College: "I'm very happy here: it's a really positive atmosphere."