The College's annual Carol Service, Carols by Candlelight, was given in the beautiful setting of Southwark Cathedral on Friday 8 December.
On Wednesday 6 December the award winning Children’s and Young Adult novelist Alex Wheatle (MBE) visited Dulwich College.
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.
This year's Senior Production is a witty, raucous and colourful Restoration Comedy, which playfully exposes the intrigue and guile used by the powerful rogues in charge, wholly apt in the current climate and an hilarious antidote to today's scandals.
1st of December - a beautiful Friday which everyone was looking forward to; this amazing day was the Boarding Christmas supper.
Thursday evening's Private View in The Store saw our Year 13 art students explore everything from environmental issues and figurative concepts to architectural observations and body transformations.
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.
English and ‘Page to Stage’ A-level students, along with groups from JAGS and the Charter School, were treated to a seminar and masterclass by renowned actor Michael Pennington.
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.
On Wednesday 22 November, three of Dulwich College's Chamber Music groups performed a lunchtime concert at Christ's Chapel in Dulwich Village.
Our first Model United Nations (MUN) competition was on 18 November at Croydon High School for Girls, where three Dulwich delegations took part in representing countries from around the world (Mexico, Canada and North Korea) in various committees ranging from Human Rights to Development.
A service to celebrate Steve Purchase's life took place on Wednesday 22 November, 2017 at Kemnal Park Cemetery, attended by many colleagues from the College.
Patrick Dunachie of the King’s Singers visited the College on Thursday 23 Nov 2017 to give a close harmony masterclass to Alleynian Blues and the Light Blues in the Auditorium.
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.
Joe Atkinson (Year 11) and Luke Jensen-Jones (Year 10) are off to a brilliant start in the first round of the Mace Cup run by the English Speaking Union.
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.
Twenty-four shortlisted young writers from across Southwark gathered in the George Farha Auditorium at Dulwich College to hear Ali Smith’s adjudication on their short stories submitted to the Dulwich Literary Festival’s Short Story Writing Competition.