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25th Camberwell Scouts and Dulwich Explorers, Sport and Wellbeing

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25th Camberwell Scouts and Dulwich Explorers

Dulwich College provides facilities and staff for the 25th Camberwell Scouts and Dulwich Explorers, comprising 15 Cubs, 75 Scouts and 55 Explorers. Recently Dr Nick Black at Dulwich College was awarded the Merit Award by the Scout Association in recognition of his contribution and dedicated service over a sustained period.

Scouts

Sport

Dulwich College administers, hosts and provides staff and senior pupils for annual sporting events and activities with the maintained sector including:

  • City Heights E-ACT Academy athletics day
  • Indoor rowing taster session for Year 4 students of Paxton Primary School
  • Southwark Schools athletics days with 700 local students
  • Gipsy Hill Foundation athletics days with 1,000 local students from Years 1 to 6
  • Overload U10 Football Tournament for 22 local schools and an U12 Football Tournament for six local schools
  • Primary Schools’ swimming gala with 140 pupils from local schools
  • A PSV Eindhoven coaching day with 50 gifted and talented pupils from 22 schools in Southwark and Lambeth
             

Wellbeing

Dulwich College works with St Martin-in-the-Fields High School for Girls, sharing ideas and resources from the Dulwich College Wellbeing programme.

‘‘Great meeting players from different schools and sharing experiences in a professional and exciting environment.’’
Josh, age 14, Wilson’s School (PSV Day)

‘‘I really enjoyed playing the competitive fixtures, encouraging us to score under pressure. Penalties to win was a good addition and great practise for me as I take penalties for my team.’’
Seyon, age 14, Wilson’s School (PSV Day)

‘‘It was a great afternoon for the pupils and staff. The mix of theory and practical was good, plenty of opportunity to ask questions. The coaching staff for PSV had an exceptional manner getting the best out of the pupils with effective practices, challenging all who were involved without any prior knowledge of their ability. They were clear, concise and effective. A very enjoyable afternoon, thank you Dulwich for hosting the event and inviting me and my pupils.’’
Teacher at Wilson’s School