On Monday and Tuesday, the Junior School got into the festive spirit with the Christmas Celebration Concerts, performing the Nativity-musical 'Children of the World'.
The College's annual Carol Service, Carols by Candlelight, was given in the beautiful setting of Southwark Cathedral on Friday 8 December.
Nearly every boy in the Junior School headed to Allianz Park, the home of Saracens RFC, on Wednesday afternoon to support the 1st XV rugby players in the final of the U18 Champions Trophy.
Boys from Year 6 entertained guests from local residential homes, serving them tea and singing some Christmas songs.
Dulwich College became the first side ever to have won both the Champions Trophy and the U18 Schools Cup after they beat Blundell’s 34-29 in a stunning Champions Trophy final at Allianz Park.
The annual Winter Concert was given at St John’s Smith Square on Tuesday 28 November.
An imaginative design initiative is helping to raise money for King's College Hospital Critical Care Unit in the run up to Christmas.
Under coach James Hanks OA, now in his second year in charge, the 1st XV have grown into a formidable side and go forward to the prestigious Champions Trophy final.
After a rigorous process to find a Director of Development, Laurie Hindley’s successor, we are delighted to confirm that we will be joined on 5 March 2018 by Matt Jarrett, currently Director of Development at King’s College School.
Dulwich College attended the Independent Schools Show at Battersea this year to meet parents considering independent schools for their children, from Nursery to Upper School.
Boys in Year 3 and Year 4 were very excited to meet Matt Haig this morning, who had come to tell us about his new book Father Christmas and Me.
Dulwich Political week is a whole school free-learning week which exposes all students at the College, of all ages, to Politics, and political issues.
On Monday 20 November, 72 pianists gathered in the Old Library to perform a huge range of piano repertoire, which lasted just under three hours.
Obviously the big question about ‘Does success equal money’ was discussed by the Junior School boys and here is the result.
As part of Dulwich Political this week 6F took part in a trading game
As part of Dulwich Political, Year 4 have been learning about Fairtrade during their Humanities lessons.
On Monday, some of our Junior School musicians performed in the Open Concert in the Junior School Hall with some very polished and musical performances.
Year 3 and 4 boys visited the ‘Mystart’ exhibition in the James Caird Hall as part of their work for this week’s ‘Dulwich Political’.
Dulwich Political week started with a bang yesterday as all boys in the Junior and Senior Schools had assemblies on topics ranging from refugees, to Superpowers and Soviet composers.