The highly anticipated Bachfest 2019 was held on Wednesday 25 September as part of the College’s 400th anniversary celebrations.
'Phoenix and Unicorn' previewed on 19 September and is now open for visits by appointment until 17 October.
On Friday 28 June the three Foundation Schools met together at Christ's Chapel of God's Gift in Dulwich Village for our annual Service of Commemoration.
On the Saturday of Founder’s Day, over 100 boys, siblings, parents, staff, OAs and a Governor attended Dulwich Park for the weekly 5K parkrun.
If one image sums up the OA Reunion last night it was the largest-ever gathering of OAs singing the School song under the Clock Tower with the flicker of mobile phone screens lighting up the South Gravel.
As one event to mark our 400th anniversary, Years 1 and 2 walked down to the College on a glorious sunny day to enjoy the magnificent sound and sight of House Singing.
On Thursday 27 June 2019, as part of Founder's Week celebrations, the College held the Super Sized House Singing Competition.
DUCKS Year 1 and 2 children joined the College community having fun scrambling up and through the inflatable obstacle course and bouncing or sliding out again.
Wednesday 26 June 2019 saw the College celebrating both Sport and the Day House system: two important elements of College life.
The Tuesday of Founder’s Week was devoted to a day of activities with the overarching aim of providing the pupils with an experience they would remember.
Monday's celebration of the College's 400th anniversary was an inspiring day of pageantry, words and music.
On Friday 21 June almost 1,400 Dulwich College pupils and 200 staff were off-timetable in order to engage in community-focused projects and charity-fundraising events.
A chamber and choral concert was given in All Saints Church on Friday 14 June to celebrate the College’s 400th Anniversary.
On Monday 20 May the College was happy to welcome a large audience to the launch of the third and fourth books in its Quatercentenary series.
This residential trip in York was an opportunity for eight Art and Design and Technology students, from Year 9 – 12, to design and create their own stained glass panel.
“ The encounter with art – and with others over art – can help us identify with one another, expand our notions of we, and show us that individual engagement in the world has actual consequences.”
It was perfect weather for the final day of Dulwich Olympiad 2019.
What happens when you bring seven schools from across the globe together for one magnificent event in the heart of London’s theatre land?
The Dulwich Olympiad has been in full swing this week and DUCKS were not forgotten in the packed programme.
The 2019 Dulwich Olympiad and our 400th anniversary celebrations became the natural focus for the Lower and Middle School House Art Competition.