Tima enjoys playing football and squash at d’Overbroeck’s. He was recommended d’Overbroeck’s by a friend and hopes to study A Levels in Maths, Further Maths, Economics and Physics in the Sixth Form.
“The teachers have a good way of presenting the material in class.”
Uli enjoys the swimming activity and plays football in the school team. He enjoys the trips and the in-house Quiz Night.
Romeo enjoys languages and is studying French and German alongside his other GCSEs.
He plays Squash and enjoys dancing. He is an accomplished break-dancer having taken classes for 3 years and competed in competitions. He is part of the Dance Club here and performed a solo at the Winter Concert.
Daniil enjoys playing football and squash at d’Overbroeck’s. He plans to continue his studies at d’Overbroeck’s Sixth Form where he hopes to study A Levels in History, Politics, Sociology and Maths.
After d’Overbroeck’s, he hopes to study Law at a UK university.
Julia plays the violin in the school orchestra and is part of Model UN. She played the part of Robin Hood in the d’Overbroeck’s pantomime!
Julia has been awarded an Exhibition Award for d’Overbroeck’s Sixth Form where she will study A levels in History, Biology, English Literature and Music.
After d’Overbroeck’s she hopes to study Law at a UK university.
Ivan has continued his weightlifting training whilst at d’Overbroeck’s and through a local club has taken part in competitions around the country.
Ivan also won a medal in the 50m freestyle at our 2017 swimming gala and gave fantastic vocal and guitar performances at the recent International Arts Festival.
Maggie loves taking part in extra-curricular trips and activities and tried out her German language skills on stallholders when the German market came to Oxford last Christmas.
Maggie loves dancing and has performed both solo and as a member of the school Dance Club. She is also learning Japanese from a Japanese class mate in her ‘spare time’!
Mika plays violin in the School Orchestra and is also in the Chess Club. After d’Overbroeck’s, she hopes to continue studying in the UK.
“In my last school we looked at the board all day. Here there’s more discussion which helps with learning.”