Old Blew and The Orchard

Old Blew and The Orchard, sitting adjacent to the College campus are surrounded by the most wonderful gardens and provide a beautiful and happy home for 55 pupils from Years 7 to 13. Recent development work see these two stunning houses connected by a contemporary link and an expansion to our common room facilities.

The boarding community is a cosmopolitan one and our diverse community helps to enrich the boys’ experience beyond the school day. A good mix of weekly and full boarders contributes to a thriving environment and the boys love their second home, whether it be Monday to Friday or seven days-a-week.

As Housemaster, Mr Brown highlights his priority as the boys being happy, engaged in school life and challenged yet supported in all areas. He puts great emphasis on the community being at the heart of the house where celebrating success is important. The structure of the boarding environment and timetable helps provide the required support during adolescent years. The boys are carefully guided in their academic work, with a supervised prep session every evening and the academic profile of boys is very high with impressive results at GCSE and A Level and an extremely strong list of university destinations. Boys leave the boarding community as well-rounded, responsible and independent-minded young men, enriched by the friendships they have made.

Housemaster


Mr Nick Brown
PE and IT
brownnc@dulwich.org.uk
+44(0)20 8693 3186

Matron

Mrs Tina Tate
tatet@dulwich.org.uk

Resident House Tutors

Dr Jonathan Burbidge Geography
Mr Oliver Millward MFL Administrator

Visiting Tutors

Mr John Craig
English
Mr Ben Ford
Physics
Mr James Hanks PE and Games
Mr Curtis Whaymand PE and Games
Mrs Lizzy Burbidge Chemistry
Mr David Eno Deputy Director of Music
Mr Scott Swalwell School Staff Instructor
Miss Tina Tate
Matron

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Mr Nick Brown

Old Blew and The Orchard Housemaster
brownnc@dulwich.org.uk

“The Housemaster and tutors are very kind and always helpful and there if you need anything.”

“It feels like I have two homes.”