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Chris would be delighted to hear from OSE who are visiting Portugal or would like to learn about wine and winemaking. Contact details can be found at www.vinhoscortem.com www.facebook.com/vinhoscortem www.vimeo.com/187234991 R RAYNER, ISABELLE (M, 2011-2016)
the popular Medici series on Netflix. Normal People has already become ‘a small screen triumph’ and the Guardian review said it was: ‘a triumph in every way, from acting and direction to script, and if we see a better drama – certainly about adolescence, one which takes it seriously without treating it indulgently – this year, I’d be very surprised. It’s a beautiful, hugely beautiful thing.’ SUTCLIFFE, CECI (D, 2015-2017) During lockdown, Ceci and her friend Izzy started to raise money for the NHS. BuddnBear is a little business creating personalised ‘Rhymations’ involving a personalised poem and illustration. Pub quiz time, ready to chat Connection poor – Lean out the window, stretched on the floor Faces frozen once more – Face defeat, socialising quite the chore Within three weeks they had had 50 commissions and raised nearly £550 for NHS Charities Together. They have decided to continue creating and donating 10% to the NHS - do get in touch if you would like to commission a personalised Rhymation, perhaps for wall art or as a gift for someone. www.buddnbear.wixsite.com/website T TENNANT, GEORGIA (NÉE MOFFETT) (J, 1998-2001) Georgia Tennant, along with fellow OSE Phin Glyn (F, 1998-2003), produced Staged , a six-part BBC comedy series, starring Michael Sheen and David Tennant set during the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown. As well as being one of the producers, Georgia also played herself, as David’s wife.
Dominic became a partner in a small three-vet mixed practice in South Somerset about 30 years ago. Last summer, as sole owner of the now eight- vet equine and small animal practice, he sold the business to a corporate buyer. Dominic and his wife (and fellow vet) retired this spring, two weeks before lockdown. Having avoided the difficulties of running a small business in the face of the Covid-19 outbreak, they have yet to start out on their plans for retirement – travel, sailing, riding the horses etc. - but are looking forward to better times. SEARLE, LOUISA (J, 2000-2005) Louisa is the CEO of a fantastic small educational charity, called First Give. They work in secondary schools to inspire and equip young people to make a difference to their communities through social action. They have worked with over 170 schools, reaching over 30,300 students and have provided over £165,000 worth of grants to charities. To find out more, visit www.firstgive.co.uk/ SHIPPERLEY, RUPERT (H, 2006-2011) In January, Great Britain Hockey named Rupert Shipperley in the men’s squad for the FIH Pro League fixtures with Australia and New Zealand. Shipperley is no stranger to international hockey, having played 70 times for Wales since his debut back in 2014, however this will be his debut for Great Britain Hockey. ‘I was absolutely buzzing when I found out,’ he said. ‘It’s been something I’ve been working towards for a long time so to finally get an opportunity to play is really exciting’. DE SOUZA, SEBASTIAN (E, 2006-2011) It was great to see OSE Sebastian de Souza in the latest BBC hit Normal People . Sebastian, who was a Drama and Music Scholar at Teddies, regularly performed lead roles in school productions at The North Wall before he got his break on television at the age of 17, when he was cast as Matty in the cult drama Skins . More recently he has been involved with
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Isabelle attended Glasgow University for four years from 2016 to 2020 and was nominated Sports Person of the Year at Glasgow University in 2019. Isabelle qualified to compete for the GB Triathlon team in 2018, 2019 and 2020 and won a bronze medal in the 20-24 age group at the European Triathlon Championships 2019, in Kazan, Russia. Isabelle graduated this summer with a BSc in Geography with a 2:1. During the summer Isabelle worked on the family farm as a secretary and ran an open water swimming club at the lake on the farm. She takes up a graduate appointment with the National Farmers’ Union Policy Department and will be posted to NFU Brussels office for four months from September 2020. REED, BETH (K, 2010-2015) Congratulations to Beth who qualified as a doctor from Southampton University this summer. She is very happy to be contacted by any pupils or OSE considering a career in medicine/healthcare – do contact her on Alumnet.
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