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.
Hot on the heels of last night’s Gala Music Concert at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, this morning our Music Olympians have enjoyed taking part in workshops as well as staging a series of concerts throughout the College.
Some 200 Olympiad musicians in combined ensembles and choirs gave a concert in the Queen Elizabeth Hall on Wednesday 27 March 2019.
Following Tuesday’s outstanding athletics competition and brilliant sunshine, Day 2 of the Olympian sports events got underway with the U19’s Badminton and U13’s Football tournaments this morning, albeit in slightly cooler conditions.
A group of four Dulwich College Year 10 Spanish students attended the inaugural Spanish Short Film Competition hosted by North London Collegiate School
Early morning drama rehearsals, where Pride, Sloth and Anger were put through their paces, complete with hooped skirts and dustbin lids...
The athletics started with a bang on Tuesday morning as the Hurdles, 1500 metres and field events kick started the day under bright sunshine at the Community Stadium.
This morning’s Opening Ceremony included an extract from Faustus, the specially commissioned Olympiad piece to be staged at Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall on Thursday evening.
After much anticipation, many welcomes and a vibrant opening ceremony, the pupils from the Dulwich International Schools finally had the opportunity to take part in some sporting competition.
Kites flew high above the Olympiad marquee and flags representing each of the 11 Dulwich College international schools alongside the Dulwich College flag...
A warm welcome in glorious spring sunshine awaited the DCI Olympians and staff who arrived at the College this morning for the Dulwich Olympiad 2019.
Dulwich College (2018) by Gerard Stamp was commissioned by the Master for the College’s quatercentenary and unveiled at the GE Moore lecture, Tradition and Innovation.
The thirteenth GE Moore Lecture, enjoyed on Monday evening by an audience of over 160 in the Auditorium, was a reflection and celebration of architect Charles Barry’s work, the recent restoration of Charles Barry Junior’s iconic Dulwich College buildings and the genesis for Grimshaw Architects’ award-winning Laboratory.
We are delighted that Save the Children are our charity partners for 2019.
During the first full week of the Spring Term, the School Captain Titus Hopkins and the Vice Captains Boris Ter-Avanesov and Harry Goodwin accompanied Mr Stanley on an extended tour of the Dulwich College International schools.
Helen Whittaker is a renowned artist and designer, highly regarded for her new stained glass windows and architectural sculpture in glass and copper.